Henry VIII and the break with Rome

Henry VIII and the break with Rome

This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 3rd Nov 2017

Come and enjoy an evening at The National Archives with historian, broadcaster and award-winning academic Dr Suzannah Lipscomb, as she explores one of the fundamental turning points of the 16th century Reformation: Henry VIII’s separation from the Roman Catholic Church.

This special lecture will be accompanied by Tudor music and refreshments.

Suzannah is an historian, author, broadcaster, and award-winning academic. Her work focuses on Henry VIII and the early Tudor court, with a special interest in the intersection of religious, gender, political, social, and psychological history.

This event is part of our Reformation on the record programme. Other events in this series include:
Reformation on the record - conference (3 and 4 November)

Cost: £25


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Europe/London Henry VIII and the break with Rome Come and enjoy an evening at The National Archives with historian, broadcaster and award-winning academic Dr Suzannah Lipscomb, as she explores one of the fundamental turning points of the 16th century Reformation https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/11/03/henry-viii-and-the-break-with-rome-151483 The National Archives,,,London

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