Anglo-Spanish alliance

Mary and Philip depicted in a stained glass window in Sint-Janskerk, Gouda. The couple donated the window in 1557.

Andrea C. Gasten, ‘The kingship of Philip and Mary: Some remarks on presentation and heraldry and the special circumstances surrounding the King’s Window’, in Wim de Groot (eds.), The Seventh Window: The King’s Window donated by Philip II and Mary Tudor to Sint Janskerk in Gouda (1557) (Amsterdam, 2005), pp. 215-26.

T. Glasgow, ‘The navy in Philip and Mary’s war, 1557–1558’, Mariner’s Mirror, 53 (1967), pp. 321–42.

Sheila Himsworth, ‘The marriage of Philip II of Spain with Mary Tudor’, Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society, 22, 2 (1962), pp. 82-100.

David M. Loades, ‘The Netherlands and the Anglo-papal reconciliation of 1554’, Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis, 60 (1980), pp. 39-55.  

Alexander W.S. Samson, ‘A Fine Romance: Anglo-Spanish Relations in the Sixteenth Century’, Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 39, 1 (2009), pp. 65-94.

  •  ‘Changing Places: The Marriage and Royal Entry of Philip, Prince of Austria, and Mary Tudor, July-August 1554’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 36, 3 (2005), pp. 761-84.
  • ‘Mapping the Marriage: Thomas Geminus’s “Britanniae Insulae Nova Descripto” and “Nova Descriptio Hispaniae” (1555)’, Renaissance and Reformation, 31, 1 (2008), pp. 95-116.
  •  ‘The marriage of Philip of Habsburg and Mary Tudor and anti-Spanish sentiment in England: political economies and culture, 1553-1557’, (PhD., Queen Mary, University of London, 1999).

Mark G. Sanchez, ‘Anti-Spanish sentiment in English literary and political writing, 1553-1603’, (PhD., University of Leeds, 2004).

Corinna Streckfuss, ‘Our Greatest Hope? European Propaganda and the Spanish Match’, in Alice Hunt and Anna Whitelock (eds.), Tudor Queenship: The Reigns of Mary and Elizabeth (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).

(Works examining Philip’s role as king of England can be found in a separate category)