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Elizabethan England

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on 19 June 2015

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Transcript of Elizabethan England

Medicine
England medicines were simple leaches and cupping were used to get blood. For bubonic plague, it is treated by means of lancing the buboes and applying a tepid poultice of onion, butter, and garlic.
science & invention
the Elizabethan Era, innovations and inventions propelled the technological standards of the average homeowner. Some of these inventions helped to educate the population in schools, and allowed people to learn more about their world and the mysteries and enigmas that it is drowned in.
Theatre & Acting
London
The streets were narrow, cobbled, slippery with the slime of refuse. Houses were crammed together, and there were a lot of furtive alleys. Chamber pots, or jordans, were emptied out of windows. There was no drainage. Fleet Ditch stank to make a man throw up his gorge. But the City had its natural cleansers--the kites, graceful birds that made their nests of rags and refuse in the forks of trees. They scavenged, eating anything with relish. ... And countering the bad, man-made odors, the smells of the countryside floated in. There were rosy milkmaids in the early morning streets, and sellers of newly gathered cresses.
Life of Women
Upper Class Elizabethan Women
Elizabethan Women were subservient to men. They were dependent on their male relatives to support them. They were used to forge alliances with other powerful families through arranged marriages.

Religion
The two major religions in Elizabethan England were the Catholic and Protestant religions. The convictions and beliefs in these different religions were so strong that they led to the executions of many adherents to both of these Elizabethan religions.
Elizabethan England


All of these technological advancements and innovations were created by the several famous scientists and thinkers. A few of the more notable and famous scientists and thinkers, such as Galileo Galilei, Johannes Kepler, and Andreas Vesalius, made a very large impact onthe technological advancements in the era.


theater became central to Elizabethan social life.
As drama shifted from a religious to a secular function in society, playwrights and poets were among the leading artists of the day. Toward the end of the sixteenth century, the popularity of plays written by scholars such as Christopher Marlowe, Robert Greene, John Lyly, and Thomas Lodge led to the building of theaters and to the development of
Lower Class Elizabethan Women
Elizabethan Women from the lower classes were also expected to obey the male members of their families without question. Lower class Elizabethan women would not have attended school or received any formal type of education. Elizabethan women would have had to learn how to govern a household and become skilled in all housewifely duties. Their education would have been purely of the domestic nature in preparation for the only real career option for a girl - marriage.
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