retreated north and dispersed where their remnants were swept away by the Queen's forces. The uprising had never had clear aims and therefore lacked the necessary conviction to succeed. It was, if anything, an outlet of religious frustration without any revolutionary political aims. It also demonstrated the political instability caused by the succession question. The result was the hanging of seven hundred of the rebels and raids into the north where villages were plundered and burned.

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