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The Tudors: Government and Society

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Transcript of The Tudors: Government and Society

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The Tudors: Government and Society
Outline
Introduction
Parliament
Rich and poor in town and country
Domestic life
Language and culture
Tudor Period
Rich and poor in town and country
In the 16th century, England was beginning to experience greater social and economic problems.
Domestic Life
Language & Culture
English and other dialects

Government
Society
Economy
Tudor Parliament
The Tudor dynasty preferred not to govern through Parliament
Met only when the monarch ordered it
Called only for law making and particular jobs
Raised money for his military adventures
Struggle with Rome
Ordered the new prayer book to be used in all churches
Parliament cancelled all the new Reformation laws
Agreed to her marriage to Philip of Spain
Tried not to use Parliament
Why didn't Tudors get rid of Parliament?
Money
Support
Duties
Agree on the taxes
Make the laws that the Crown suggested
Advise the Crown when asked
Rights
Freedom
Speech
From fear of arrest
To meet and speak to the monarch
Price of food and goods
Population
Unemployment
Homelessness
Value of money
Living conditions
Number of marriages
Working rights
1601- "Poor Law"
Use of coal
Women's freedom
Unmarried women
Family groups
London English
Midland
Southern
Standard and correct English
Social Classes
Philosophy
Religion
Music
Literature
Painting

THANK YOU
1553
Bernardi, Camila & Alfonso, Melina
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