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When the first modern british parliament was formed between 1272 and 1307 who was king of England?

king edward 1

Why did parliament become more powerful under the Tudors?

It was during the reign of the Tudor monarchs that the modern structure of the English Parliament began to be created. The Tudor monarchy was powerful and there were often periods of several years time when parliament did not sit at all. However the Tudor monarchs were smart enough to realize that they needed parliament to legitimise many of their decisions, mostly out of a need to raise money through taxation legally without causing dissatisfaction. Thus they consolidated the state of affairs whereby monarchs would call and close parliament as and when they needed it.

What are five modern nations that existed at the end of the Thirty Years's War?

England France Germany Poland Austria

How did the first person in the world get made?

There are many theories for this. One is that the smallest gill-breating amoeba crawled out of the ocean, the gills eventually changed to oxygen-breathing capacity, and this creature over time evolved into a mammal with reproductive abilities. Another belief is that a higher power created a fully-grown person. The theory of evolution demonstrates that people are descended from the great apes. Photos of the Neanderthal man are recognizable as being related to the apes. The later Cro Magnan man shows more modern man characteristics.

History of dama?

HistoryCountries around the world have their own versions of the game called "checkers", a name which gets its roots from North America. In the Philippines and in Armenia, the game is called dama. According to experts, the game actually originated from Ancient Egypt. Archaeologist found traces of the game in an excavation dig in Ur, Iraq and speculated that the game existed at around 1400 B.C. Ancient Egyptians called the game "alquerque", which had a 5x5 board with a grid and diagonal lines intersecting the grids. There were only 10 pieces per side, moving along the intersections. Historians claimed the invention of modern checkers evolved from the 12th century game they called "ferses" (or "fierges") which combined the rules of alquerque with the chess. Around the 16th century, the game's name evolved to "dames" and became popular in France. The game was then exported to England and America where the British called it "draughts". In a related research, historians found books written on the game in Spain and in England.

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In England what eventually evolved into modern parliament?

Great Council

In England what England evolved into the modern Parliament?

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In England what eventually envolved in the modern parliament?

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In the lawmaking process king John agreed to consult The great council which a evolved into which branch of modern English government?


What best explains how characters and letters evolved over time?

Pictographs and drawings eventually developed into modern letters.

What language did the common people speak which is now gitten?

The common people in Mediaeval England spoke Middle English, which eventually evolved into Early Modern English and then Modern English. Middle English started around the 12th century and included dialects such as Kentish, West Midlands, and East Midlands, as well as the London dialect that eventually became dominant.

The Franks spoke a language that eventually became?

The Franks spoke Old Frankish, which eventually evolved into Old Dutch, Middle Dutch, and then Modern Dutch.

What was similar to both dinosaurs and birds?

Birds are more like dinosaurs to the extent that many scientists say that they are dinosaurs.

When the first modern british parliament was formed between 1272 and 1307 who was king of England?

king edward 1

How did a dinosaur fly?

Dinosaurs evolved to be much like the modern day birds. They developed wings with feathers and eventually, by evolution, they flew.

Why did they stop using alchemy?

Alchemy was a pseudo-science that eventually evolved into modern Chemistry, which was simply found and proven to be more right.

When the first modern British British Parliament was formed between 1272 and 1307 who was King of England?

king edward 1