J. collet (d. 1519: wycliffe (d. 1384, cardinal wolsey (d. 1529, thomas cromwell (d. 1540, t. cranmer (d. 1556, henry viii (d. 1547, edward vi (d1554, mary i (d. 1558, elizabeth i (d. 1603) J. wycliffe: revolted against the church, left an important legacy in the kingdom of bohemia (john huss) Dramatic effect on english church monastic behaviour. Role of pope in england was always suspect, questionable (developed during the babylonian captivity seemed to put the papacy under the control of the french) Canon law was extraordinarly complex and it was everywhere wills, marriage, sue, etc: canon law courts were long and expensive, people that dealth with it hated it. 1511 case of honey: richard honey, london merchant, difficult tragedy (his infant died, richard got angry and hit the priest (after charging him money to bury, richard honey went to jail, next day he was strangled. The church only had access to him church killed him. Asked for wolsey for help for henry.