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The Accomplishments of Queen Elizabeth I
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While in the Tower, Elizabeth was terrified. She constantly feared that she would be beheaded. After being released from the Tower, she was put under House Arrest at another palace. Her suffering ended when Mary passed away and she became Queen in 1558. Great Accomplishments Relationship with her People Another accomplishment of Queen Elizabeth is how she had a strong bond with her subjects. Elizabeth had proved to the English many times that she was the equal of any king and superior over most. She had a strong positive relationship with her people. She trusted them and they trusted her in return. They remained faithful to her throughout her reign of more than 40 years. Influence on Surrounding Countries Elizabeth's success with surrounding countries made it known that she was a force not to be challenged. Her reign was one of considerable danger for she recieved many threats of invasion from Spain and France. After the Spanish Armada, the English Navy emerged victorious over the Spanish Royal Navy. Elizabeth defeated some of the greatest kings ruling over neighboring countries. She proved that even a Queen can be a strong ruler. Changing of Religion One of Elizabeth's finest accomplishments was how she changed the religion of England. She was raised a Protestant and was committed to that faith, while Queen Mary and the people of England were Catholic. When she came to throne, she made a compromise between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. This conversion saved England from religious wars like the ones that other countries went through. By:Amy Hom The Accomplishments of Queen Elizabeth I Let's see what you've Learned! the reign of Queen Elizabeth I from 1558 to 1603. She is still known as the greatest monarch to have ever ruled over England. She achieved many accomplishments as Queen. They include:
Before She was Crowned
Encouraging the Musical and Dramatic Arts
Strong bonds with her People
Her Influence on Surrounding Countries
The Conversion of England's Religion The Elizabethan Era was a time of flourish during Young Elizabeth The Tower of London Elizabeth had a fondness for the arts and she encouraged them during her reign. One of her greatest accomplishments was how much England progressed in the arts. During her reign poetry, plays, music, and painting flourished. She even attended the first show of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. With her encouragment, the arts in England flourished in a way they never had before. Queen Elizabeth being carried by her subjects to a wedding Queen Elizabeth making a speech before the Spanish Armada Where was Queen Elizabeth I sentenced for a year by Queen Mary? Elizabeth attended the first performance of this play by Shakespeare. A. A Midsummer Nights Dream
C. Romeo and Juliet
D. King Henry IV Part 1 Who emerged victorious in the Spanish Armada? What faith did Queen Elizabeth I
Queen Elizabeth I proved that she was the ______ of any king. Virginal When Queen Elizabeth made the compromise between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, what did she save England from having with other countries? Queen Elizabeth delivering
a speech Elizabeth was fond of _______. A. Food
D. Gardening Elizabeth was fond of _______. A. Food
D. Gardening Tower of London Elizabeth attended the first
performance of this play by
Shakespeare. A. A Midsummer Nights Dream
C. Romeo and Juliet
D. King Henry IV Part 1 The English Protestantism Queen Elizabeth I proved that she was the equal of any king. Religious Wars Thank You