NOBILITY, CROWN AND BORDERS UNDER EARLY TUDORS IN THE WORKS OF STEVEN ELLIS

Abstract

This article is dedicated to the work of famous British historian Steven Ellis. In this article the concepts of the role of borders in Tudor England and place of nobility in the Crown’s politics toward the boundaries is analyzed. From the historian’s point of view the fate of territorial barons was in close association with the development of this lands and their place in Tudor monarchy. The interconnections between the Crown and boundary barons from S. Ellis opinion don’t mean the crisis of aristocracy. They show the situation in which the boundary nobility found itself - the situation of contradiction between the demands of the Crown and the boundary communities.

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A. A. Beltser

pro-rector on study, Samara Institute - Higher School of Privatization and Entrepreneurship, Samara, 443110, Russian Federation.

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Email: morenov.sv@ssau.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1825-0097

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