Novye podkhody v sovremennoy britanskoy istoriografii k ponimaniyu deyatel'nosti lodianskoy gruppirovki v predrevolyutsionnoy Anglii

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The article deals with the study of the religious and political situation in the Church of England during the period when William Laud was Archbishop of Canterbury in 1633-1645. The contemporary British historians working in this field of study begin to pay greater attention to the role played by King Charles I Stuart in the origin and rise of Laudianism.

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