The Early Life Of Elizabeth

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  • The Early Life of Elizabeth
    • In 1537- 1543, Elizabeth is sent away away from court. She was lonely and isolated from her family but received a great education.
      • By 14, she was fluent in Spanish and French (the enemies of Britain) and was interested in poetry, music, history and needlework.
        • In 1543, Henry married Catherine Parr who was a mother figure to Queen Elizabeth and influences her Protestant ideas.
    • Elizabeth was involved in two major plots to overthrow Mary and she learnt from this the dangers and obtaining a reputation by supporting someone even if you dislike them.
      • She learnt from Mary's mistake of forcing people into  a religion which then made her extremely unpopular. She learnt that she had to be careful with her decisions if she was queen and maintaining a reputation.
        • The problem that ELIZABETH FACED:
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    • Why was Parliament important ?
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      • Parliament was important because they passed 434 laws under Elizabeth.
        • Parliament is important because had influence over taxation. Elizabeth relied heavily on parliament to agree to new taxes.
          • Parliament met with Elizabeth 13 times, 11 times was when Elizabeth needed money.
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