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The Tudor conquest meant the reduction of the whole island, for the first time, to English authority. The independence of the great lordships, both Gaelic and Anglo-Irish, was finally destroyed, and the social structure of Gaelic and gaelicised Ireland undermined. But this political and military subjection of both the 'king's Irish enemies' and the 'king's English rebels' was not matched by confiscation of their land. There were extensive forfeitures of land between 1534 and 1603, but even so the Tudor conquest left the great bulk of Irish soil in the hands of catholic owners, that is, of Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Irish.
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