Historia Britanniarum Regni

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Exemplum Articulorum Unionis, pacti quod Regnum Magnae Britanniae constituendam anno 1707 sivit.
"Articles of Union with Scotland," 1707.
Georgius I anno 1714 a Godfrey Kneller pictus.
Londinium saeculo duodevicensimo. Caelatura a Gulielmo Hogarth facta.
Ioannes Churchillus, dux Marlburiensis, traditionem Francicam post pugnam Blindchaemis inter bellum de successione Hispanica anno 1704 accipit.

Historia Britanniarum Regni per Foedus Unionis Actusque Unionis saeculo duodevicensimo ineunte ascitos coepit. Nucleus civitatis coniunctorum Anglae Scotiaeque regnorum anno 1707 rite factus est, cum regna Anglicum et Scoticum in coniunctionem politicam inirent,[1] ad novam civitatem unitariam, Magnam Britanniam tantum appellaturam, constituendam.[2] De hac civitate nova, Simon Schama historicus Anglicus dixit:

Quod hostilis coepit coniunctio finiverit consortium in potentissimo negotio in orbe terrarum. . . . Quod in historia Europae erat una ex commutationibus mirabilioribus.[3][4]

Actus Unionis 1800 Regnum Hiberniae addidit, Regni Coniuncti Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae constituendae causa.

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "New Act of Union would strengthen UK, says Fabricant," BBC News, accessum 1 Septembris 2013
  2. Nomina Unum Regnum (Anglice One Kingdom), Regnum Unitum (United Kingdom), et Regnum Unitum Magnae Britanniae (United Kingdom of Great Britain) descriptionibus in Foedere Unionis et Actibus Unionis 1707 proderant, sed proprium novae civitatis nomen proprium erat Magna Britannia (Anglice Great Britain).
  3. Anglice "What began as a hostile merger would end in a full partnership in the most powerful going concern in the world. . . . It was one of the most astonishing transformations in European history."
  4. Formula:Cite episode.

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Historiographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Fontes primarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • "Finding primary resources for modern British history"

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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