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《美国公共电视网:走进亨利八世的宫廷PBS: Inside the Court of Henry VIII

 

 Henry VIII is the most iconic king of English history. Part medieval tyrant, part renaissance prince, he ruled over his people as no king of England had ever done before. He took a country salvaged by his father from the wreck of civil war and set over it a single, sovereign ruler. By the end of his reign the power of the Tudor dynasty was absolute — but at a terrible cost. Personally responsible for the death of two of his own wives, along with many of his closest friends and advisors, he is said to have ordered the execution of up to 72,000 Britons. His reign will go down as one of the bloodiest in history.


亨利八世是英国历史上最具有标志性的国王。既是中世纪暴君,又是文艺复兴时期的王子,他以不同于在他之前在位的所有国王的方式统治着他的臣民。他从父亲手中接过在经历了一场内战(玫瑰战争)之后满目疮痍的国家,以唯一君主的姿态出现在人们面前。在接近他的统治尾声的时候,都铎王朝的权力是绝对的;虽然这是以巨大的代价实现的。他的两位的妻子死在他手里,还有其他许多他最亲密的朋友和大臣;据说他下令处决了将近7.2万英国人。他统治的时期是英国历史上最血腥的时期。 


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All those who resist are ruthlessly executed. Bishops, courtiers, friends, he makes no difference. The paranoid king takes no prisoners. I think it very soon became apparent that this was a reign of terror. He made people very aware of every execution, so he created this atmosphere of fear and of paranoia amongst his subjects.

Resistant churchmen could expect the worst punishment.

The buildings behind me were once one of the greatest monasteries of Tudor London, the Charterhouse. Now, the monks at the Charterhouse mostly refused to accept this royal supremacy of Henry VIII. And Henry was ruthless with them. He hanged, drew and quartered some of them. And he left some of them starve to death in prison. It didn't matter they were holy men. He wanted to punish them. Henry would take no resistance at all to what he was doing. As far as he was concerned, anyone who was an enemy of his reforms was an enemy of God.

The break from Rome has more material consequences. Monasteries occupy one sixth of the land in England. Now, Henry is their new landlord. Cromwell sees the opportunity for furthering reform and pleasing his master by breaking them up and selling them off.  

The dissolution of the monasteries was Cromwell's brainchild. He was genuinely pious. He was concerned about all the rumours about corruption that was said to be rife in the monasteries across the country.

There was a need for some reform. But almost certainly hard cash is the drive here.

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[Homework]2015-11-16 PBS:走进亨利八世的宫廷-19

-All those who resist are ruthlessly executed. Bishops, courtiers, friends, he makes no difference. The paranoid king takes no prisoners. -I think it very soon became apparent that this was a reign of terror. He made people very aware of every execution, so he created this atmosphere of fear and of paranoia amongst his subjects.
Resisted churchmen could expected the worst punishment.
-The buildings behind me were once one of the greatest monasteries of Tudor London, the Charter House. Now, the monks at the Charter House mostly refused to accept this royal supremacy of Henry VIII. And Henry was ruthless with them. He hanged, drew and called some of them. And he let some of them starve to death in prison. It didn't matter they were holy men. He wanted to punish them. Henry would take no resistance at all to what he was doing, as far as he was concerned, anyone who was an enemy of his reforms was an enemy of God.
The break from Rome has more material consequences. Monasteries occupy one sixth of the land in England. Now, Henry is their new landlord. Cromwell seized the opportunity for furthering reform and pleasing his master by breaking them up and selling them off.  
-The dissolution of the monasteries was Cromwell's brainchild. He was genuinely pious. He was concerned about all the rumours about corruption that was said to be r* in the monasteries across the country.
-There was a need for some reform. That was almost certainly heart catches the drive here.

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[Homework]2015-11-16 PBS:走进亨利八世的宫廷-19

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[Homework]2015-11-16 PBS:走进亨利八世的宫廷-19

All those who resist are ruthlessly executed, bishops, courtiers, friends, it makes no difference, the paranoid king takes no prisoners.I think it very soon became apparent that this was a reign of terror, he made people very aware of every execution, so he created this atmosphere of fear and of paranoia amongst his subjects.
Resisted churchmen could expect the worst punishments.
The buildings behind me were once one of the greatest monasteries of Tudor London, the charter house, now the monks of the charter house mostly refused to accept this royal supremacy of Henry VIII, and Henry was ruthless with them, he hanged, drove and *, and he left some of them to starve to death in prison, it didn't matter they were holy men, he wanted to punish them, Henry would take no resistance at all to what he was doing, as far as he was concerned, anyone who was an enemy of his reforms was an enemy of God.
The break from Rome has more material consequences, monasteries occupy 1/6 of the land in England, now Henry is their new landlord. C seizes an opportunity for further reform and pleasing his master by breaking them up, and selling them off.
The dissolution of the monasteries was C's brain child, he was genuinely pious, he was concerned about all the rumors of corruption that was said to be rife in the monasteries across the country.
There was a need for some reform, but it almost certainly hard cash is the drive here.

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All those who resis are ruthlessly executed. Bishops, courtiers, friends, it makes no difference. The paranoid king takes no prisoners. I think it very soon became apparent that this was a reign of terror. He made people very aware of every execution so he created this atmosphere of fear and of paranoia amongest his subjects. Resistant churchmen could expect the worst punishments. The buildings behind me were once one of the greatest monasteries of Tudor London, the Charterhouse. Now the monks at the Charterhouse mostly refuse to accept this royal supremacy of Henry the 8th. And Henry was ruthless with them.
He hanged, drew and called some of them and he left some of them to starve to death in prison. It didn't matter they were holy men. He wanted to punish them. Henry would take no resistance at all to what he was doing. As he was concerned, anyone who is an enemy of his reforms was an enemy of God.
The break from Rome has more material consequences. Monasteries occupy one sixth of the land in Englan. Now Henry is their new land lord. Cromwell sees an opportunity for furthering reform and pleasing his master by breaking them up and selling them off. The dissolution of the monasteries was Cromwell's brainchild, he was genuinely pious, he was concerned about all the rumors of corruption that was said to be rife in the monasteries across the country. There was a need for some reform. But it almost certainly hard to cash is the drive here.
all those who resist are ruthless executed, bishops, courtiers, friends, it
makes no difference, the paranoid king takes no prisoners,

i think it very soon became apparent that this was a reign of terror, he made
people very aware of every execution, so he created this atmosphere of fear
and of paranoid amongst his subjects,

resistant churchman could expect the worse punishment

the buildings behind me were once one of the great monasteries of Tudor London
-the charter house, now, the monks of the charter house, mostly refused to
accept this royalty supremacy of Herry VIII, and Herry was ruthless with them,
he hanged, drew, and quartered some of them, and left some of them to starve to
death in prison, it didn't matter they were holy man, he wanted to punish them,
herry would take no resistance at all to what he was doing, as far as he was
concerned, any one who was enemy of his reforms, was an enemy of God.

the break from Rome has more material consquences, monasteries occupied one
sixth of the land in england, now Herry is their new landlord, Cromwell sees
the opportunity for furthering reform and pleasing his master, by breaking them
up and selling them off,

the dissolution of the monasteries was Cromwell's brainchild, he was genuinely
pious, he was concerned about all the rumors of the corruption, that was said to
be rife in the monasteries across the country.
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All those who resist are ruthless executed. Bishops, courtiers, friends, it makes no difference. The paranoid king takes no prisoners.
I think it very soon became apparent that this was a reign of terror, he made people very aware of every executions, so he created this atmosphere of fear and paranoia amongst his subjects.
Resisted the churchmen could expect the worst punishments.
The buildings behind me were once one of the greatest monasteries of Tudor London, the charter house, now the monks of charter house mostly refuse to accept this royal supremacy of Henry VIII, and Henry was ruthless with them, he hanged, drew in court some of them, and he left some of them to starve to death in prison, it didn’t matter they were holy men, he wanted to punish them. Henry would take no resistance at all to what was doing, as far as he was concerned, anyone who is the enemy of his reforms was the enemy of the God.
The break from the Rome has more material consequence. Monasteries occupy one six of the land in England, now Henry is their new landlord. C seizes the opportunity for furthering reform and pleasing his master by breaking them up and selling them off.
The dissolution of monasteries was C brain child, he was genuinely pious, he was concerned about all the rumors of corruption that would have said to be rife in the monasteries across the country.
There was a need for some reform, but it almost certainly hard cash is the driver here.
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