The Public Career of Thomas Cranmer

@article{Ayris2002ThePC,
  title={The Public Career of Thomas Cranmer},
  author={P. Ayris},
  journal={Reformation \& Renaissance Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={4},
  pages={125 - 75}
}
  • P. Ayris
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • Reformation & Renaissance Review
Abstract The principal source for information on the public career of Thomas Cranmer is his archiepiscopal register in Lambeth Palace, and the author is currently editing this document for publication. Nonetheless, important material concerning Archbishop Cranmer's role in church and state also survives in episcopal and capitular archives around the country. Over 20 years, the author has identified and transcribed this material, and the fruits of this work arc presented in this article. Cranmer… Expand
3 Citations
Thomas Cromwell: a life
This biography of Thomas Cromwell is a long-awaited companion to Professor MacCulloch’s magisterial biography Thomas Cranmer: a life, Yale University Press, 1996. Steeped in the remains of Cromwell’sExpand
A Church in Transition: The Intriguing Use of the Pallium in Tudor England
  • P. Ayris
  • History
  • The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
  • 2017
What was the source of authority in the Church in Tudor England? This article traces the use of an ancient symbol of the power of metropolitan archbishops, the woollen pallium, between 1533 and 1603.Expand
Exportgut Reformation. Ihr Transfer in Kontaktzonen des 16. Jahrhunderts und die Gegenwart evangelischer Kirchen in Europa
This volume, appearing as part of a series under the auspices of the Leibniz Institute of European History, emerged from an international conference held in Transylvania, Romania, at Sibiu (Ger.: H...