i'm thinking D or A
Which was a cause of the conflict between Spain and England during the 1500s?
the success of Spanish conquistadors in taking control of English colonies
religious differences between the Catholic ruler of Spain and the Protestant ruler of England
the victory of the Spanish Armada over the English fleet
the failure of English pirates to attack and take Spanish treasure ships
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"In the 1560s, Philip II of Spain was faced with increasing religious disturbances as Protestantism gained adherents in his domains in the Low Countries. As a defender of the Catholic Church, he sought to suppress the rising Protestant heresy in his territories, which eventually exploded into open rebellion in 1566. Meanwhile, relations with the regime of Elizabeth I of England continued to deteriorate, following her restoration of royal supremacy over the Church of England through the Act of Supremacy in 1559; first instituted by her father Henry VIII and rescinded by her sister Mary I. The Act was considered by Catholics as an usurpation of papal authority. Calls by leading English Protestants to support the Protestant Dutch rebels against Philip increased tensions further as did the Catholic-Protestant disturbances in France, which saw both sides supporting the opposing French factions."