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feuding and violence during the elizabethan era

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Marianna Minichiello

on 23 July 2014

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Transcript of feuding and violence during the elizabethan era

what would lead to a duel?
Dueling
Italy was a group of cities that were ruled by powerful families in the area


Italy was the center of the catholic world.


many variations on fencing techniques came from Italy.
feuding and violence during the Elizabethan era

by Marianna Minichiello and Mitch kein
was dueling illegal in the elizabethan times?
Duelling was illegal and dangerous.
It was originally taught to nobels for
self defence and fighting skills.
insulting someone and social changes.For example questioning someones nobility and truthfulness. Many changes occurred in the Elizabethan era and split
Italy being a 'natural' setting for feuding and violence in the minds of the Elizabethan audience?
Dangers and long family Feud...

sir Robert long's son Henry, was murdered by sir Charles Danvers and sir Henry Danvers during the long feud. They both believed to be responsible for the feud as they both sent each other letters questioning their nobility.
what would lead to a duel?
Dueling
was dueling illegal in the elizabethan times?
Duelling was illegal and dangerous.
It was originally taught to nobels for
self defence and fighting skills.
insulting someone and social changes.For example questioning someones nobility and truthfulness. Many changes occurred in the Elizabethan era and split
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