The Ascendancy of Buckingham - 1614 - 28

The Ascendancy of Buckingham - 1614 - 28

Lecture 29 of 48

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This Lecture: A look at the 14-year dominance over English politics and government of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, who rises to be the principal favorite of both James I and his son, Charles I. The Course: Explore the Tudor-Stuart era: a captivating examination of the 229-year period from 1485-1714 during which England transformed itself from a minor feudal state into what has been called the first modern society. In making that transformation, England became the wealthiest and most powerful nation on Earth. All Lectures: 1. England 1485-1714, the First Modern Country 2. The Land and Its People in 1485 - I 3. The Land and Its People in 1485 - II 4. The Land and Its People in 1485 - III 5. Medieval Prelude - 1377-1455 6. Medieval Prelude - 1455-85 7. Establishing the Tudor Dynasty - 1485-97 8. Establishing the Tudor Dynasty - 1497-1509 9. Young King Hal - 1509-27 10. The King's Great Matter - 1527-30 11. The Break from Rome - 1529-36 12. A Tudor Revolution - 1536-47 13. The Last Years of Henry VIII - 1540-47 14. Edward VI - 1547-53 15. Mary I - 1553-58 16. Young Elizabeth - 1558 17. The Elizabethan Settlement - 1558-68 18. Set in a Dangerous World - 1568-88 19. Heart and Stomach of a Queen - 1588-1603 20. The Land and Its People in 1603 21. Private Life - The Elite 22. Private Life - The Commoners 23. The Ties that Bound 24. Order and Disorder 25. Towns, Trade, and Colonization 26. London 27. The Elizabethan and Jacobean Age 28. Establishing the Stuart Dynasty - 1603-25 29. The Ascendancy of Buckingham - 1614-28 30. Religion and Local Control - 1628-37 31. Crisis of the Three Kingdoms - 1637-42 32. The Civil Wars - 1642-49 33. The Search for a Settlement - 1649-53 34. Cromwellian England - 1653-60 35. The Restoration Settlement - 1660-70 36. The Failure of the Restoration - 1670-78 37. The Popish Plot and Exclusion - 1678-85 38. A Catholic Restoration? 1685-88 39. The Glorious Revolution - 1688-89 40. King William's War - 1689-92 41. King William's War - 1692-1702 42. Queen Anne and the Rage of Party - 1702 43. Queen Anne's War - 1702-10 44. Queen Anne's Peace - 1710-14 45. Hanoverian Epilogue - 1714-30 46. The Land and Its People in 1714 - I 47. The Land and Its People in 1714 - II 48. The Meaning of English History - 1485-1714
Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses, 2003
Edition: Unabridged
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Additional Contributors: Bucholz, Robert
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