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what year was elizabeth born and what year did she die?
1533-1603. she was born at the time of the reformation.
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how many reiligous changes had there been and what did this affect? what did Elizabeth do to stop this?
there had been 5 religious changes and this made all both Protestants and catholics very angry. Elizabeth came up with the middle way which made both religions satisfied.
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how was mary related to Elizabeth and who were her husbands?
Mary Q of S is Elizabeth's cousin and her husbands include Earl of Bothwell, Lord Darnley and Francis
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who were her parents and what happened?
her father is Henry 8th and her mother was Anne Boleyn. they got divorced as Anne did not make a male heir.
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what were the years of Elizabeths reign?
1558-1603
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what is the reformation?
it is at the time when the protestant religion was created.
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identify the problem of age and sex?
people did not trust women as rulers and thought that their job was produce male heirs. also she was quite women which made people worry of her ruling the country.
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what was her solution for age and sex?
her solution for this was to get pictures painted of her makes herself look older when she was younger and younger when she was older. this worked to gain trust.
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identify the problem of her being unmarried and what was her solution?
she was unmarried meaning she had no alliances with other countries and meant she was a big target. to stop this she used her mind to rule the country cleverly.
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indentify the problem of poverty?
henry 8th had spend alot of the countries money of a lavish life this meant that many people were in poverty.
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how did Elizabeth solve the problem of the poor?
Elizabeth created the poor law. this was when people who were able bodied were made to work. all the poor would go to their parish and they would provide money. the sick were given money at home.
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what year was Mary Q of S born and died?
1542-1587
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What did Mary want to do to Elizabeth and when was this?
Mary claimed to be the queen of england because Elizabeth was apparently illegitimate because her parents were divorced. this was when ELizabeth was ill in 1562.
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when did she marry the french prince and when did she marry, Lord darnley?
she married Francis at the age of 15 in 1557. she married lord Darnley is 1565.
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what problem did Lord Darnley have with Elizabeth and what did he do about it? (he died a year later)
he hated David Rizzio (marys sercretary.) he killed him in front of Marys eyes, tying her up to the chair.
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why did the scots put her in prison?
becuase they thought she was guilty of killing Bothwell. she was forced to abdicate her throne and gave it to her one year old son, James.
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what were the plots ?
the northern rebellion, the ridolfi plot,the thockmorton plot and the BABINGTON PLOT.
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shortly describe the northern rebellion and the ridolfi plot.
Northern Rebellion-1569-the leaders wanted to overthrow Elizabeth and get their old religion back. The ridolfi plot-1571a plot by an Italian banker and the Duke of Norfolk to assassinate Elizabeth
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shortly describe the thockmorton plot.
the thockmorton plot-1583-thockmorton was catholic. we wanted to overthrow elizabeth and get mary on the throne
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Civil War-dates and the two sides fighting?
1642- the two sides fighting were parliament and the king.
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name one long term cause and explain?
Money-charles was a lavish spender and kept on raising taxes without parliament and he made people pay ship money which is only meant to be paid at times of war.
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another long term cause?
Parliament-he dissovled parliament for 11 years and ruled without them. this brought everyone closer to war. MP's were jobless and the country were not happy.
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long term cause and what was the problem with religion?
many people thought that charles was a catholic. this was mainly because he married a catholic called Henrietta Maria. he also put gold into protestant churches which is a very catholic thing to do. this really fustrated puritans.
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Star Chamber?
Charles owned his own court called the star chamber. He used to punsih people by cutting of their ears and noses. there was no jury. he thought he was above lawyers and laws.
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the Scots?
charles was the king of england and scottland. The Scots had never accepted the new english prayer book and would refuse any services with bishops.
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what was the scots reaction to the prayer book?
it was only until charles proposed the prayer book when the rebbeled and charles had to get an army to fight them. he raised more taxes and many refused to pay meaning he got himself into more trouble.
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What happened with the demands of the long parliament?
parliament had had enough and something needed to happen. they decided to give him a set of demands to sign which did happen. this seemed to be fair and everything would be running smoothly. one included getting rid of the star chamber.
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what was the biggest short term cause?
when parliament gave him another set of demands called the Nineteen Propositions and i feel like this was the last straw.
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why was the propositions so bad?
i think the propositions are so bad as they are intervened with his private life which does not have to be spread. o e of which included parliament should control his kids education. this is not fair as these are his own kids.
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what action made people assume maybe the war was coming?
people had always disagreed with religion and it was when everyone wanted to do different things (eg. get rid of bishops or laud) that MP's went on charles side.
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why did parliament win the war?
they had motivated soliders and they were also paid. they had very good generals who came up with the new model army. Parliament also ruled over most of the land and more importantly london. this is where all the money was.
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why did parliament win the war (2)?
and where parliament could get more soliders. Protestants (who were on parliaments side) were also great at propaganda and they used this method to make people joing their army. the puritans also believed that god was on their side.
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what the spanish armada have to do with mary?
philip was also catholic and so was his country he was very annoyed that elizabeth had killed catholic monarchs but especially Mary.
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why did elizabeth take so long to declare war?
if Spain had left to go and fight england, france would attack them so they had to wait,
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why did Philip want to attack England?
The english had robbed his pirate ships and stolen gold. Elizabeth had also declined his marriage and elizabeth helped the dutch rebel.
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did it work out that Elizabeth was not married?
i think this did because she did not have any distractions and she could make her own decisions.
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