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Transcript of Elizabethan Era
She expanded the use of sugar
Elizabethan Food Choices
Elizabethan theatrer FACTS
the globe theatre was built by a carpenter called peter smith
the globe was built in a similar style of the coliseum
For entertainment they went to the theatres since Shakespeare lived during that time
Life in Elizabethan
Facts about England
in Elizabethan times
by: Jorge Lamas, Joel Lopez, Saul Rodriguez, Jonathan Martinez
Elizabethan Women were below men
They depended on man to support them
Elizabethan Village Life changed with the seasons - the busiest being during harvest and hay making periods
People lived and worked in close family and trades and specific skills were passed from Father to son
They also went to churches to pass time
Punishment in Elizabethan era
Punishment for every crime was harsh. For women-gossips, they were placed in a harsh cage called brank. Wherein your head and arms were held by a sharpened metal band.
in spite of the popularity , the Elizabethan era theatre attrattracted criticism, censorship and scorn from some sectors of english society
And people got exucuted for what religion the believed in
Only the boys were allowed to attend formal education. Girls ere not pushed to do so
The metal band exactly fitted into the mouth, any tongue movement damaged the tongue.
Both women and men during the Elizabethan period wore their collars very high, influenced by the Spanish fashion.
The English Elizabethan Era is one of the most fascinating periods in the History of England. The Elizabethan Era is named after the greatest Queens of England - Queen Elizabeth I. The Elizabethan Era is not only famous for the Virgin Queen but also for the era itself - Great Explorers, such as Sir Francis Drake and Walter Raleigh.
The reign of Queen Elizabeth I stretched from 1558 to 1603, covering an especially monumental time in British history. The church of England declared independence from the Catholic Church the same year the Elizabeth took power, and so the queen had absolute power over both church and state.
The Elizabethan lasted 45 Years