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Англии Тюдоров не былоWe are all accustomed to the phrase "Tudor England"designating a specific historical period. However, the term "Tudor" has not been used in England in the XVI century, and his compulsive use of modern historians and writers provides a false idea about this period of history. This conclusion has recently come historian from Oxford.

British historian cliff Davis (Cliff Davies) from Oxford University and College Madam (Wadham College) and I read through a lot of official documents, historical Chronicles, poems, plays, pamphlets and found that the name Tudor very rarely met for English monarchs until the last years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603).

From a large number of poems, written on the occasion of the death of Elizabeth I and the accession to the throne of James I in 1603, only one said that on change to the Tudor dynasty came Stewart (Stuart).

According to Terry Davis, these have long become the stamps of expression as 'Tudor England' ("Tudor England"and 'Tudor monarchy' ("Tudor monarchy"), are often used excessive historians, writers and filmmakers to give a special flavor that time, that actually create the false idea about the historical period from Henry VII to Elizabeth I. the Adjective "Tudor"who is so passionate about writing all of the time, as suggested by the scientist from Oxford, absolutely was in circulation during this historical period (from 1485 to 1603 years).

The name of the grandfather, the first king of this dynasty of Henry VII, on his father's side, native of Wales Owen Tudor (Owen Tudor), well-sounded in the native Welsh dialect, but it was unusual for English ear. No wonder so far any strange sound and a strange language Englishmen call Welsh - Welsh. Sam Henry VII, downplaying the glory of the father, had taken credit for "Union of" two families of Lancaster and York, embodied in it a favorite. The rulers "Tudor England" not proud barbarian Welsh language or origin from adventurer from Wales. Earlier British historians wrote about the Tudors as upstarts, pobyvavshiy the old aristocracy.

The notion of "England Tudor", in the opinion of the historian, has turned into one big misunderstanding. Between the reign of Henry VII, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I has very little in common characteristic, not to mention the brief reign of Edward VI and Mary I.

Elizabeth I do not passed by inheritance from his grandfather Henry VII even gout and asthma. It is gout was thought to Tudors owe their famous temper. She also happily escaped congenital syphilis, inherited from their father's Mary Tudor. It is not contracted tuberculosis, which claimed the life of Arthur, the older brother of her father, and put an end to the agony of her half-brother, sixteen-year-old Edward. The only illness, from which he suffered all the Tudors, was it inherited migraine.

Used with respect to their subjects phrase "Tudor men" and "Tudor women" is also misleading, since it is hardly ordinary people identified themselves with their monarchs. "These terms mean automatic loyalty, which is unconditional," said Davis.

Proceeding from the thesis that "historical periods is nothing more than an artificial construct historians", Davis calls the idea that people of that epoch took his time as a new and different from the middle Ages, nothing is confirmed. One thing that in the end of XVI century the Englishmen would have understood the idea that they live in "Elizabethan England", but not in the "England of the Tudors".

The notion of "Tudor period" is done in our eyes so attractive, because we believe that it was relevant at that time. "It was not so, - concludes the cliff Davis and encourages colleagues "to revise our concepts".
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