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What was the most important event in Tudor Britain?



Possibly the divorce of Henry VIII from Catherine of Aragon. It led to a break with Rome and the monasteries and changed Britain's social and cultural life forever. It was probably the most significant event in Tudor times. The break with Rome and dissolution of the monasteries changed Britain's social and cultural life forever. The divorce offended Catherine's powerful Spanish family, who ruled half of Europe and soured relationships for the rest of the Tudor period.

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