In addition, kett's rebellion (1549) occurred when king edward vi exercised his sovereignty over the entirety of england despite the system of government this was beyond the regulation of the lord protector of the protestant, somerset, and a norfolk man named robert kett. How effectively did tudor governments deal with rebellion in england and ireland tudor governments were relatively successful in dealing with the problem of rebellion, although this was more effective towards the end of the period than at the beginning shown through the decline in rebellion after 1549: only 5 english rebellions occurred as opposed to 10 before 1549. ‘the rebellions which occurred during the reigns of edward vi and mary i were mainly political in origin’ assess the validity of this view (45 marks. Operations during the crusade of edward i edward decided to continue alone, and on 9 may 1271 he finally landed at acre further rebellions occurred in 1287–8 and in 1294 in both cases the rebellions were put down edward i of england.
The wars of the roses were fought in britain from 1455 to 1485 a dynastic conflict, the wars of the roses saw the houses of lancaster and york struggle for the english throne the wars of the roses ended with the triumph of the lancasterians and the ascent of henry tudor. In other words, the heiji rebellion occurred during heiji, which was a time period spanning the years from 1159 through 1160 ↑ in the name hōgen rebellion, the noun hōgen refers to the nengō ( japanese era name ) after kyūju and before heiji . The 1549 risings occurred during edward vi's minority, when the government was in the hands of lord protector somerset the lord protector was actually sympthetic towards the anti-enclosure movement, and would have been inclined to deal sympathetically with their demands.
Edward vi (1537 – 1553 ruled 1547 – 1553)edward vi (england) (1537 – 1553 ruled 1547 – 1553), king of englandedward was nine years old when he inherited the english throne in 1547 though troubled by factional politics and provincial rebellion, his brief reign did much to determine england's future history as a protestant nation. Additionally, slavery in america was rigorously policed to a degree that made rebellion a near-impossibility most slave revolts occurred outside the plantation system, in larger cities or areas. The battle of bannockburn, as suggested by the movie, was a major turning point, although many years of fighting and rebellion occurred before and after that battle between the scots and english nevertheless, as the movie suggests, the scots did gain their independence after the reign of edward i. These rebellions were the stafford/lovell rebellion and the lambert simnel rebellion in 1486, and the perkin warbeck rebellion from 1491-99 two other rebellions occurred during henry vii's reign. This rebellion occurred in november 1536 in the north of england it was a result of king henry viii's religious changes northern england was always more conservative and catholic than the rest of the country.
Edward left the matter of crushing the rebellion to his representative, john de warenne, rather than take control personally at stirling bridge warenne's force was routed by wallace and murray's. The rebellions which occurred during the reign of edward vi were mainly political in origin the rebellions which occurred during the reign of edward vi were mainly religious and not political in origin. Frequency – most english rebellions occurred at beginning of tudor period, dynastic claims died down as tudors became more secure reaction to religious and economic policies plagued henry viii, edward vi and mary i. Edward vi (12 october 1537 – 6 july 1553) was king of england and ireland from 28 january 1547 until his death he was crowned on 20 february at the age of nine  edward was the son of henry viii and jane seymour , and england's first monarch to be raised as a protestant. The jacobite risings, also known as the jacobite rebellions or the war of the british succession,  were a series of uprisings, rebellions, and wars in great britain and ireland occurring between 1688 and 1746 the uprisings had the aim of returning james ii of england and vii of scotland, the.
The rebellions, ket, western and wyatt, which occurred during the reigns of edward vi and mary i had strong a political motivation behind them the announcement of mary’s marriage treaty with phillip of spain had the public worried that their interest would be overlooked. Rebellions occurred in 1569 and 1601 rebellion of the northern earls 1569 common accusation during rebellion cornish rebeles 1497 dubbed bray and morton as evil advisers pilgrimage of grace 1536 cromwell, cranmer, audley and rich were targets in ballads and manifestos dynastic, simnel claimed to be edward, earl of warwick. Edward was born on 12 october 1537 at hampton court palace, the only legitimate son of henry viii henry's desperation for a son had led him to divorce two wives, but edward's mother, henry's.
A rebellion of the marcher lords against edward ii 1381 — the peasants’ revolt after the black death in the 1340s, the peasant population was greatly reduced. The kent riots of 1630 occurred during charles i’s reign a disastrous harvest saw the grain price rise from 4s to 14s a bushel the prospect of starvation prompted food riots in the county later in charles’ reign, with the english civil war raging, in june 1648 the maidstone rebellion broke out. This uprising was a postscript to the rebellion by the earl of warwick against king edward and his subsequent alliance with queen margaret of anjou it was led by thomas neville, an illegitimate nephew of warwick, who was known as the bastard of fauconberg.