|Blaming Kings James I & Charles I For The English Civil
War : This 5 page essay discussed the extent to which kings
James and Charles can be blamed for the Civil War. It
discusses the Religious tensions at the time- between the
Catholics and the Anglicans and the Puritans. Also mentioned:
the Court of the Star Chamber and the Archbishop of Laud.
: A 6 page paper discussing English
feudalism under two kings: Edward the Confessor, and
William the Conqueror. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Feudalism, The Norman Conquest, & 11th Century
English Politics : In this 9 page paper, the writer is concerned
with whether or not Feudalism imposed by the 11th century
Norman Conquest truly had an impact on politics in England.
Issues of ownership, social class, and much more are examined
to reach the ultimate conclusion that the impact of Feudalism
was a positive one indeed. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
How the Urban Revolution Of The 11th Century Eroded
The Feudal System : This 5 page paper examines the impact
of urbanization on the established system of feudalism in the
Middle Ages. The Magna Carta, the growth of cities, the
centralization of governmental power all led toward the
ultimate collapse of feudalism. Bibliography lists six sources.
The Differences Between Feudalism Before and After the
Norman Conquest : This 8 page paper reviews how feudalism
evolved from its original application after the Norman Conquest
and the rule of William I. Bibliography lists five sources.
Medieval Feudalism : A 6 page research paper
elements of medieval feudalism in England. Descriptions of
what constituted medieval feudalism, reason for wars, status of
women and the decline of the feudal system are discussed.
Bibliography lists 5 references. Feud.wps
Nobility & Peasantry in Medieval Times : A 5
comparison and contrast of the lives of peasants and nobles
during medieval times in Europe. Without even delving deeply,
this is a subject which obviously contains far more contrasts
than comparisons, especially in comparing to the differences
between the elite and the commoner today. The nobles of
medieval times were less involved with any form of rigid work
or quest for mere survival, which contrasts highly with the lives
of the peasants who were continuously concerned with their
survival, and the survival of their families and friends. This is
but one of the many issues addressed herein. Bibliography lists
5 sources. Meditime.wps
The Magna Carta & The Constitution : A 5 page
which compares the English document with the American
Constitution. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Magnacar.wps
Stonehenge : A 1 page essay on the architectural
of Stonehenge; a mystical European creation from the New
Kingdom Temple- era. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Stonehnge.wps *TOTAL FOR THIS ESSAY ONLY $9.95!
Stonehenge Temples in England : The writer of this
research paper provides an informative informative view on the
Stonehenge Temples in England. The description of
Stonehenge is inclued, as well as the theories on how this
monument came to be. Bibliography included. Stoneh.wps
Englands Civil War / The Roundhead Rebellion :
This 11 page report summarizes the history of the English
Civil War during the period of 1642-1651. Bibliography lists
8 sources. Roundhea.wps
The Foundation Beneath English Relief For The Poor :
An 11 page research paper examining poverty and its growth
during the reign of Elizabeth I. Englands population nearly
doubled during the period between 1520 and 1620. Coupled
with an estimated 40% inflation with no appreciable rise in
wages, those on the fringe lost living standard ground and their
numbers increased dramatically. The first attempts at poor
relief were made during Henry VIIIs reign, but the first real
strides were gained during the time of Elizabeth I. Bibliography
lists 8 sources. Poor2.wps