In 1534, Parliament passed the First Act of Supremacy, giving King Henry VIII authority over the Church of England. Despite later repeals and turmoil, Elizabeth I reinstated the Act in 1558. The religious shifts led to bloody conflicts, earning Queen Mary the nickname “Bloody” Mary. Elizabeth’s rule solidified the Church of England’s supremacy. The tale underscores the impact of personal grievances on history.
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