Wyatt’s rebellion

Thomas Wyatt the Younger, reputedly by Hans Holbein


Barrett L. Beer, ‘John Stow and Tudor Rebellions, 1549-1569’, The Journal of British Studies, 27, 4 (1988), pp. 352-74.

Alan Bryson, ‘Order and Disorder: John Proctor’s History of Wyatt’s Rebellion (1554)’, in Michael Pincombe and Cathy Shrank (eds.), The Oxford handbook of Tudor literature, 1485-1603 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 323-36.

Sarah L. Duncan, ‘“Most godly heart fraight with al mercie”: Queens’ Mercy during the Reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I’, in Carole Levin and Robert O. Bucholz (eds.), Queens & power in medieval and early modern England (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009), pp. 31-50.

Martyn Ellis, ‘Was Sir Thomas Wyatt able to draw on a culture of rebellion in Kent in 1554?’, Archaeologia Cantiana, 129 (2009), pp. 77-102.

David M. Loades, The Wyatt Rebellion (Oxford: Davenant Press, 2000).

  • Two Tudor Conspiracies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1965; republished by Headstart History, 1992).

 William B. Robinson, ‘The national and local significance of Wyatt’s rebellion in Surrey’, Historical Journal, 30, 4 (1987), pp. 769-90.

Alexander W.S. Samson, ‘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), pp. 106-37. (Available to download through EThOS: http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?did=1&uin=uk.bl.ethos.313305)

David A. Santschi, ‘Obedience and Resistance in England, 1536-1558’ (PhD., The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008), pp. 208-36.

Eric N. Simons, The Queen and the Rebel: Mary Tudor and Wyatt the Younger (London: Frederick Muller Limited, 1964).

Malcolm R. Thorpe, ‘Religion and the Wyatt Rebellion of 1554’, Church History, 47 (1978), pp. 363-80.

William H. Wiatt, ‘The Lost History of Wyatt’s Rebellion’, Renaissance News, 15, 2 (1962), pp. 129-33.