HIS 231 - England from Romans to Cromwell

The social, constitutional and political changes as England progressed from a number of small, semi-independent states to a well-organized national monarchy. Anglo-Saxon England; the Norman conquest and the newly-developed Norman form of government; the rise of parliamentary government and the emergence of a modern, bureaucratically controlled government taking England through its religious reformation are major areas.

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Fall 2013