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Seizure of Genoese bullion
Death of Elizabeth
Fall of Edinburgh to Anglo-Scottish forces
Commercial treaty with Brittany
Accession of Henry VII
Battle of Pavia
Truce of Nice
Mary, Queen of Scots, returns to Scotland
Field of the Cloth of Gold
Capture of Boulogne
Accession of Elizabeth
Treaty of Noyon
End of Elizabeth's Habsburg marriage negotiations
Treaty of Joinville
Pact of Toledo
Treaty of Westminster
Marriage to Anne Boleyn
Raids into Scotland following Moray's death
Elizabeth rejects sovereignty of the Netherlands
Treaty of Cambrai
Tournai, Therouanne, B. of Spurs
Mary's French War
Kett's Rebellion and the Western Rising
1st Spanish trade embargo on England
Philip gains control of Portugal
Renewal of Treaty of Blois
Treaty of Redon
Stafford's attack on Scarborough
2nd Treaty of Ayton
Treaty of Windsor
2nd Spanish trade embargo on England
Fall of Ghent
Henry VIII's 3rd French War
Treaty of Nonsuch
Treaty of the More
East India Co. founded
Dutch Revolt proper
10,000 French in Scotland
Elizabeth excommunicated by Pius V
Battle of Flodden Field
Drake raids Cadiz
Treaty of London
War with Spain (start and end)
Muscovy Co. founded
Accession of Henry VIII
EventYear
English Troops in Brittany
Henry VII Trade Embargo with Neths 1
Cornish Rebellion
Treaty of Blois
Treaty of Angers
Pilgrimage of Grace
Arthur marries Catherine of Aragon
Henry VIII 'Defender of the Faith'
Henry VIII's 2nd French War
Defeat of the Spanish Armada
Spanish land in Brittany
Mary, Queen of Scots, arrives in England
Drake's circumnavigation begins
Iconoclastic Fury
Planned meeting with James V in the North
Expulsion of the sea-beggars
Battle of Stoke
League of Cognac
Collapse of Antwerp Cloth Market
Troops sent to France (Henry VII)
San Juan de Ulloa
Break with Rome
Henry VIII suspends trade with Netherlands
Levant Co. founded
Battle of Pinkie
St Bart's Day Massacre
First Treaty of Berwick
Tyrone's Rebellion
Battle of Landriano
Treaty of Etaples
Elizabeth of York dies
Elizabeth first sends troops to Scotland
Expeditions sent to aid Henry of Navarre
Holy League vs France
Amicable Grant Revolt
Arthur dies
Malus Intercursus
Accession of Mary I
Excommunication of Henry VIII
Battle of Solway Moss
Henry VII Trade Embargo with Neths 2
Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots
Magnus Intercursus
Peace of Ardres
Execution of Warbeck and Warwick
EventYear
Isabella of Castile dies
Leicester sent to the Netherlands
Elizabeth sends troops to Le Havre and Dieppe
Alva arrives in the Netherlands with an army
Medina del Campo
Divorse case in London
Treaty of Bruges
New Book of Rates
Treaty of Boulogne
French land on Isle of Wight
Marriage to Philip of Spain
Edict of Nantes
Accession of Edward VI
Henry IV crowned
Meeting at Gravelines
Treaty of Edinburgh
Surrender of Spanish in Ireland
Start of French Wars of Religion
Warbeck lands at Deal
Henry VII treaties with Denmark and Portugal
Philip II becomes King of Spain
Sponsoring of the NE Passage
Wyatt's rebellion
Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
Treaty of Troyes
Somerset's first raids in Scotland
Marriage to Anne of Cleves
Loss of Calais
Convention of Nymegen
Treaty of Hampton Court
2nd Treaty of Berwick
Charles V Holy Roman Emperor
Anjou matrimonial negotiations (Elizabeth) begin
Treaty of Greenwich
Dauphin marries Mary, Queen of Scots
Henry VIII's 1st French War
Alva's troops increase to 50,000
Rebellion of the Northern Earls
1st Treaty of Ayton
Failure of the '3-pronged' attack
Spanish troops land at Kinsale
Ridolfi Plot
Trade treaty with Florence
The Spanish Fury (sack of Antwerp)
League of Cambrai formed

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