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What were the outcomes of King Henry VIII breaking away from Rome and forming the Church of England?

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King Henry VIII ordered that Catholic monasteries be seized and their lands sold or given to supportive nobles.
King Henry VIII became both the monarch of England and the head of the church.
King Henry VIII selected the bishops and received the tax revenues from the churches.
King Henry VII had the Bible translated and ruled that all men and women of England must read it.

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  1. is it a and d?

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  2. The answers are A, B, and C.

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  3. Whats the answer

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  4. btw the answers aren't a, b and c.

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  5. what are the answersssssssss

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  6. I had a test with this question and I got it right with answers being A, B, and C. So, uhh.. @ayo Shut. Eat a cinnamon roll. smh my head...

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  7. it's a, b, and c lol

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