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Fat small royal 8vo., pp clx, 892,  society notes. Publisher's green case, printed title label to upper cover, gilt spine title. A fine copy. Church of England Record Society - 8. 'The English Reformation began as a dispute over questions of canon law, and reforming the existing system was one of the state's earliest objectives. A draft proposal for this, known as the Henrician canons, has survived, revealing the state of English canon law at the time of the break with Rome, and providing a basis for Cranmer's subsequent, and much better known, attempt to revise the canon law, which was published by John Foxe under the title `Reformatio legum ecclesiasticarum' in 1571.' Boydell & Brewer online catalogue.
Title: Tudor Church Reform. The Henrician Canons of 1535 and the Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticarum.
Publisher: The Boydell Press, Woodbridge: Church of England Record Society:, 2000., 0
Book Condition: Fine
kg: 1.00 kg
Seller ID: 4025
Keywords: Tudors, Tudor history, 16th century, XVI century, canon law, church law, ecclesiastical history, Cranmer sixteenth century, early modern