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Category:1660 in Europe

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Subcategories. This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total. ... 1660 disestablishments in Europe (1 C) ... 1660 in England (3 C, 13 P).

The English Restoration - May 25, 1660 - HISTORY.com

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On this day in History, The English Restoration on May 25, 1660. ... All events in one email; A variety of categories; Shareable content. Email .... In 1651, Charles invaded England but was defeated by Cromwell at the Battle of Worcester.

The Restoration: England in the 1660s | Reviews in History

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Ronald Hutton begins his account of the Restoration, The Restoration: a Political and Religious History of England and Wales (Clarendon; Oxford, 1985) by ...

Historicizing Patriarchy: The Emergence of Gender Difference ... - jstor

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THE EMERGENCE OF GENDER. Di:FFERENCE IN ENGLAND, 1660-1760. Michael McKeon. The powerful appeal of the category "patriarchy" depends upon ,.

How close was England to Absolutism 1660-88? / Historical ...

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Introduction. Absolutism vs. English Liberty. 2. Taxation through Parliament. 3. Due process of law. 4. The integrity of Parliament. James II interference. 5.

Ballads, Culture and Performance in England 1640-1660

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Nov 17, 2011 ... the 1640s and 1650s created an imaginary England. ...... Ballads published between 1640 and 1660 fall into two broad categories: traditional.

The English Interregnum: Definition & History | Study.com

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The period from 1649-1660, when England was without a king, is called the English ... It also argued over land reforms, class issues, and control of the army.

Category:Coats of arms of King James II of England and VII of ...

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May 11, 2015 ... Subcategories. This category has only the following subcategory. ... are in this category, out of 8 total. Coat of Arms of England (1660-1689).svg

Role of Anti-Catholicism in England in the 1670s - Popish Plot ...

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In the late 1660's and during the 1670's, the intensity of anti-Catholicism was on the ... They did not fear the spread of Catholicism in England through the appeal of its religious doctrines. .... Catholics tended to be upper class, rural and royalist.

Sources - The art world in Britain 1660 to 1735 - University of York

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Named Court, Country, City: British Art 1660-1735 the project has been funded by ... Each category of source will receive a detailed introductory text; those for ...

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Course Category: British Literature 1660-1900

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ENGL 3164-100 British Literature, 1660-1900: History, Literature, and Art of Georgian Britain. Professor Catherine Labio In 1706 and 1707 the parliaments of  ...

Restoration (England) Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia ...

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Research categories ... The term is often used to refer to the entire period from 1660 to the fall of James II in 1688, and in English ... Charles accepted the subsequent invitation to return to England and landed at Dover on May 25, 1660,  ...

Political Development of England: 1660-1800 - Emazine

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Dec 29, 2012 ... Political Development of England: 1660-1800 · Print; Email. Details: Category: History 104 Week 2: Published on Saturday, 29 December 2012 ...