History Of Britain

In between 880s and 890s, Alfred the Great issued a long legal code, which comprised of own legal approaches followed by a legal code Issued by Wessex’s King Ine. Alfred the Great divided his introduced legal codes in 120 different chapters as Moses died at the age of 120. There were similarities in the legal codes introduced by Moses and the codes introduced by Alfred. Apostolic letter was the major point of similarity as both the legal codes have been written in this letter (Crumpton, 2012). Alfred the Great decentralization in his legal code in which the judges of judiciary system were literal. Moreover, Alfred always gave importance to the skilled and important person of his regime regarding the legal implications.

            Henry II proposed and initiated several changes in the legal system of Normandy and England. He initiated diverse legal system by integrating contemporary approaches with the traditional legal codes. Moreover, Henry II significantly expanded the responsibilities and roles of royal justice system England. His major aim was to develop effective and coherent legal system. On the other hand, he also played a major role in the legal reformation to crack down on different types of crimes.

            The high-middle ages can be referred as the period of reformation and change that changed the social and economic environment of England significantly. During and after the renaissance in the 12th Century, England and several parts of Great Britain experienced the developments of urbanization and rural exodus. On the other hand, England also experienced population growth during this period.
The historians know that England effectively transformed from the barbarian invasion to most economically and socially organized country. The artists in the high-middle ages produced different types of spiritual and intellectual artistic works. Most significantly, several entrepreneurs and small business owners tried to adopt and implement unique strategies to improve business profitability. In an addition, the kings always influenced the artists to generate innovative ideas (Brady, 2014). On the other hand, the kings also motivated entrepreneurs to boost the economic growth.            Apart from the influences and reformations, the common individuals also preferred socially modified lifestyle. They also insisted on effectual economic development and financial sustainability of the individuals and their family members.

            Early modern Britain also can be referred as the beginning of Great Britain’s history. Henry VII played an important role in this reformation. It is highly important to mention that the Henry VII increased the power and esteem of the monarchy of England. He insisted on technological, ideological, and social changes. He also played an important role in seizing the power of Roman Catholic through the protestant reformation approach. Most importantly, it can be stated that Henry VII strongly focused on the trade development activities (Sten, 2009). He significantly focused on young business prospects and influenced each and every young individual to become successful through entrepreneual skills and activities. During his reign, unique technological reformation took place. Apart from this, literature and medical science also took shape towards the development.

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