Elizabethan England

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What was the biggest problem Elizabeth faced?
Religion
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What acts were passed in 1559?
supremacy
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What plot happened in 1571?
Ridolfi
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What was the plot called in 1586, that Mary was involved in?
Babington
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What rebellion failed in 1601?
Earl of Essex
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How did Elizabeth try and make impressions?
Portrait
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What were in Elizabeth court?
Privy council
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Pope the head of Church
Catholics
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Bible and services in English
Puritans
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What religion was Elizabeth?
Protestant
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What did Elizabeth want in religion?
Via media
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Elizabeth's act of supremacy made her?
Supreme head of the Church
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Who was a threat to Elizabeth? (cousin)
Mary Queen of Scots
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What religion was her cousin?
Catholic
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Who won the spanish Armada?
England
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Famous Elizabethan playwright?
William Shakespeare
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People went to take their minds of problems in their life
Theatre
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Catholic Country threat? phillip
Spain
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Plot in 1569 to put Mary on the throne
Nothern rebellion
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What did the pope do to Elizabeth
excommunicated
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Mary's son was called
James
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Which member of the privy council found out the babington plot?
Walsingham
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Tudor rose symbolized Elizabeth was?
Legitimate
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1 reason why Elizabeth didnt get married? her...
independence
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Another problem Elizabeth faced on the thrown? poor
Poverty
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