1603: A Turning Point in British History

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A great step-change in British history took place in 1603: the year that Elizabeth I died and the monarchy passed from the Tudors to the Stuarts, from the house of Henry VIII to James VI of Scotland who ruled as James I of England. It was also the year the Black Death returned, killing some 30,000 out of a population of only 4 million. This is the story of both the history-makers - Elizabeth, James, Robert Cecil, Shakespeare, Galileo - and of the common people; of turmoil in the Church, state-sponsored piracy and the ...

1603: A Turning Point in British History 2004, Headline Book Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9780747234265

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1603: A Turning Point in British History 2003, Headline Book Publishing, London, England

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