The extreme response to heresy was to burn the heretic at the stake. However the practise was patchy in application. The following table from http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/TUDheretics.htm gives an estimate of executions by monarch.
Jan Hus was an early reformer. This picture is not related to the tudors but demonstrates the universal punishment of heretics.
John Hooper was the protestant bishop of Gloucester. Killed during Mary's reign. Woodcut from Foxe's book of martyrs.
Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley. Both executed by Mary. Woodcut from Foxe's book of martyrs
William Tyndale. Protestant reformer best known for translating the bible into english. An Englishman, he was executed at Vilvoorde near Brussels at the instigation of Henry VIII and/or agents of the English Church. Woodcut from Foxe's book of Martyrs.
John Rogers, first martyr under Mary I. Woodcut from Foxe's book of martyrs.
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