elizabeth test

When was she born?
1533, September.
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Why was Elizatheth's gender a problem?
Her Father wished she be a boy, to be the air.
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Why was Elizabeths background a problem?
Her Father disliked her.
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What was wrong with her problem?
Her mother was called a whore as she had Elizabeth out of wedlock.
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What was Elizabeth's education like?
had a tutor from the new education, where they did not use punishments. She also was fluent in many languages.
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Who was Thomas Seymore?
he had his eyes on Elizabeth, for her status and money. But he married Catherine Parr , and became her Step-Father
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Who were the 3 people Elizabeth was rumored to be close with romantically?
Phillip II (KIng of Spain) Robert Dudley (Earl of Leicester), Francis (Duke of Alecon)
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Who was the Earl of Essex?
Robert Devereux. He was popular amongst many and Elizabath, he was even on the Privy Council until he lost his temper twice. Due to being kicked out of the Privy Council he started a rebellion which failed.
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What was important to those who took part in the tudor court?
what you wear
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How much money did Elizabeth spend on her courts?
£4000 per year
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What was a ruff?
a collar which showed your status (bigger ruff, higher status)
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What is 'progresses'?
Where the royal court took to the road, meeting the public.
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Why were there increases in manor houses?
loads of people became rich and also when the Queen was touring the country she needed a place to stay.
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Who was Bess of Hardwick?
By her series of marriages, she rose to the highest level of English nobility and became enormously wealthy. She also used the money to build Hardwick hall.
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What was the Golden Age ?
comes from Greek mythology, it means a period of peace, harmony, stability and prosperity.
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What happened in 1564?
Michelangelo died and Shakespeare was born.
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Who was Nicholas Hilliard?
Was a great painter and painted miniatures.
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Purpose of Elizabethan portraits?
told stories and greatest accomplishments. Also for status and sometimes had hidden messages.
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Who was Sir John Davies?
He hid messages in his poems.
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Who was Sir Thomas Tresham?
He was a catholic, whilst in Prison he tried to find a why he could pray in private. He designed a secret lodge called triangular lodge, it was coded with catholic beliefs like it used a lot of the number 3 relating to the Holy Trinity.
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Who was John Dee?
A universal man. He proposed to the Queen a book which had inside illustrations which had a secret message of to build a British Empire and build a colony with America?
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Who was Emery Molyneux?
He created the globe, this was a great way for Britain to show off.
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Who was John White?
When on his travels he captured the 'alien' culture through his paining, this caused a big sensation back in England.
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What was the Order of Hierarchy ?
A chart which justified and established people's power and created a separation between social classes.
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Where did the lower class sit in the theatre?
The pit
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What was categories the poor was split into?
The helpless poor, The deserving poor and The undeserving poor.
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What year did Elizabeth become queen?
1558
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