Sovremennaya britanskaya istoriografiya o polozhenii pozdnesrednevekovoy tserkvi v Anglii

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The article presents the view that modern British historiography takes on the status of the Church in the late Middle Ages England. Having completed a many-sided analysis of a number of works of Whig historians A.G.Dickens, T.M.Parker and some revisionist historians, such as Ch.Haigh, J.J.Scarisbrick, S.Brigden and M.Bowker, the author comes to share the revisionist historians' opinion on the matter and draws the conclusion that the position of the Church was stable, with the Reformation hampering its further development.

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