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  1. Thomas Cromwell, primo conte di Essex (Putney, 1485 circa – Tower Hill, 28 luglio 1540), è stato un politico inglese. Servì come primo ministro di re Enrico VIII dal 1532 al 1540. Il Lord Protettore d'Inghilterra, Oliver Cromwell (1599–1658), discendeva dalla sorella di Thomas, Catherine Cromwell.

  2. 24/07/2022 · Thomas Cromwell, in full Thomas Cromwell, earl of Essex, Baron Cromwell of Okeham, (born c. 1485, Putney, near London—died July 28, 1540, probably London), principal adviser (1532–40) to England’s Henry VIII, chiefly responsible for establishing the Reformation in England, for the dissolution of the monasteries, and for strengthening the royal administration.

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    Rafe Sadler, Thomas Cromwell's ward; Title. The title comes from the name of the Seymour family seat at Wolfhall or Wulfhall in Wiltshire; the title's allusion to the old Latin saying Homo homini lupus ("Man is wolf to man") serves as a constant reminder of the dangerously opportunistic nature of the world through which Cromwell navigates.

  4. 17/03/2015 · Thomas Cromwell, chief minister for Henry VIII from 1533 to 1540, gained a reputation for being a ruthless politician who stopped at nothing to succeed. Some historians of old portrayed Thomas Cromwell as an unpleasant man who in 1540 got his just reward – execution. However, in recent years, largely as a result of …

  5. 12/07/2022 · An escaped inmate was shot dead by police after barricading himself inside a hotel in Ohio.. Authorities said Thomas Cromwell, 27, and Shawn Black, 29, escaped from River City Correctional Center ...

  6. 14/05/2020 · In 1540, Henry VIII gave his primary advisor, Thomas Cromwell, the axe. Well, technically the executioner gave him the axe, but the point still holds. Citing a dubious "contemporary" source, Victorian author Arthur Galton describes an "ungodly" affair in which the executioner hacked away at Cromwell's neck and head for a half an hour.

  7. Thomas Carlyle (Ecclefechan, Escocia, 4 de diciembre de 1795-Londres, 5 de febrero de 1881) fue un filósofo, historiador, traductor, matemático, crítico social y ensayista escocés. Fue catedrático y luego rector de la Universidad de Edimburgo .