The Routledge Companion to the Stuart Age, 1603–1714
Published February 1st 2013 by Routledge – 328 pages
Series: Routledge Companions to History
Here is an invaluable, user-friendly and compact compendium packed with facts and figures on the seventeenth century – one of the most tumultuous and complex periods in British history.
From James I to Queen Anne, this Companion includes detailed information on political, religious and cultural developments as well as military activity, foreign affairs and colonial expansion.
Chronologies, biographies, documents, maps and genealogies, and an extensive bibliography navigate the reader through this fascinating and formative epoch as the book details the key events and themes of the era including:
With complete lists of offices of state, an extensive glossary of key constitutional, political and religious terminology, and up-to-date thematic annotated bibliographies to aid further research, this student-friendly reference guide is essential for all those interested in the Stuart Age.
Section 1: Chronologies: Domestic Affairs Section 2: Chronologies: Foreign and Colonial Affairs Section 3: Lists of Major Officers of State Section 4: Glossary of Constitutional, Political and Religious Terms Section 5: Biographies Section 6: Bibliography Section 7: Table and Maps
John Wroughton is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and was Headmaster of King Edward’s School, Bath and a part-time lecturer at the University of Bath. He has written extensively on the seventeenth century and his publications include Stuart Bath: Life in the Forgotten City (2004), An Unhappy Civil War: The Experiences of Ordinary People in Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire and English Historical Facts, 1603-1688 (1980).