Essays on The Protestant Reformation

Protestant Reformation: Burial Practice And Commemoration

Archaeological evidence of death comes primarily in two forms: recovered burials including human remains; and commemorative monuments and associated material culture. [ScARF 4.3, 2019] There were significant changes in both burial practice and monumental commemoration in Scotland which illuminate major changes in society from the Medieval to Modern periods. A change in the design, location...
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Hamlet And The Protestant Reformation

William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England on April 1564 to John Shakespeare and Mary Arden. According to the historical record, both of Shakespeare’s parents were practicing Roman Catholics. However, after King Henry VIII’s son, Edward VI took power after his father’s death in 1547 at the early age of nine. Due to his young...
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