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The Renaissance.

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Transcript of The Renaissance.

Crime and Punishment
Queen Elizabeth I
The Renaissance Era
1500s-1600s

By: Colleen Parisi, Connor Greenfield, Brian Doan, Michelle Ortiz, Samantha McCann, and Megan Todt


Evolution of the Elizabethan Theatre
Goals:
Queen Elizabeth I



Scotland
Daily Life in England
Early Life
Relatives:
Parental affair
Anne Boleyn
King Henry VIII
Mother's Execution
Important acts
Religious settlement
Spanish Armada
Theatre influence
Spanish Armada
Theatre influence
M E D I C A L
S C I E N C E

COMMON
DISEASES
&
TREATMENTS
BUBONIC PLAGUE/
BLACK DEATH
deadly disease caused by flea bites
causes buboes, inflamed lungs
treatment: absorb poison or create scents
SCURVY
disease caused by vitamin c deficiency
causes muscle weakness , gum decay, joint pains, red bumps
treatment: herbal remedies; plants used as paste to put on body irritations
SYPHILIS
Important Acts
*Elizabeth's illigitimacy
*Timing of birth
*King's recent divorce
disease that causes pustules
europeans thought it was caused by putrid poison
treatment: pour mercury on sores, roast disease with hot stones, put "holy wood" on pustules
CLANS
Unity
Dependence
By: Connor Greenfield
Wars
Who can be a member?
Upper/middle class people
Roles
The doge
The Great Council
The Senate
The Council of Ten
Police Officers, executioners, and other smaller jobs
Clan MacDonald tartans through the years.
At the end of this presentation, you will know...
medical science was very inefficient
government gave harsh punishments
lifestyles differed depending on location (England vs. Scotland)
theatrical evolution
Peasant Family in an Interior
by Louis Le Nain
1500s-1600s
A Noble Man
by Jan Gossaert

Productions of the Theatre
Elizabethan Inn Yards
Black Death by Dbenzhuser. Image is available for use in the public domain.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Black_Death.jpg
Scorbutic Gums by Anetode. Image available for use in the public domain.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Scorbutic_gums.jpg
Syphilis Lesions On Back by stevenfruitsmaak. Image is available for use in the public domain.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Syphilis_lesions_on_back.jpg
HUMORS
4 major body fluids: blood, phlegm, black bile, yellow bile
Doctors believed medical science evolved around them
Each body has ONE dominating humor
4 Body Fluids by McGeddon. Image is available for
use in the public domain.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:4_body_fluids.PNG
Mental Illness
Believed to be caused by devils (indiavolati) or evil spirits(spiritati)
Treatment: exorcism, bloodletting (trepanning, leeching, & amputating)
Engraving by Peter Treveris of a trepanation by CountingPine. Image is available for use in the public domain.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Peter_Treveris_-_engraving_of_Trepanation_for_Handywarke_of_surgeri_1525.png
Medical Science: The Final Say
Medical Science during the Renaissance usually did little to no good to ill patients because of the lacking human health knowledge.

James Burbage
CRIMES
MAJOR CRIMES
Murder
Rape
Arson
Treason
All were punished with a public execution
Punishments
Block and Ax
Hangings
Quartering
Giles Allen's
Puritanism-

Closing of The Theatre in 1598
Globe Theatre
Minor Crimes
Lord Chamberlain's
Men
Globe's Structure
Globe Burns Down- June 29th, 1613
Gossiping
Walking in the streets drunk
Acting up during social events
Petty theft
Blackfriars
Theatres
Most were punished by public humiliation
Puritans Ordinance of 1642
Punishments
The theatres of the Renaissance evolved rapidly and led up to magnificent structures like the Globe and Blackfriars Theatres. Although the theatres were loved by many, others still disliked them due to their message.
Gossip bridle
Stocks/Pillory
Finger Stocks
Dunking Stool
Drunkard's Cloak
WITCHCRAFT
270 witch trials during the renaissance
Characteristics of a witch
Old
unprotected
a widow or single
Use herbs as medicine
Clan Wars
Border Changes
The Government
and Juries


Attributions
https://docs.google.com/a/nhsau57.org/document/d/14rf2jVgDWX8saVkfXMpuoqGHYwN_XQSjuXCRMVGOwNY/pub
During the Renaissance, the government gave out harsh punishments for crimes committed to give the accused public humiliation and/or death.
Major Clans Include
MacKintosh
MacDonald
Campbell
MacGregor
Recreated Scottish spears.
Tomb for the Clan MacKintosh left in a battle field.
http://workforce.calu.edu/aune/images/InnYard.JPG
The Theatre, 1576
Lower Class
Bear-Baiting
Dancing
Class System
Clothing
http://www.athenalearning.com/programs/playing-shakespeare/interactive-globe-theatre
Blackfriars Structure
kirtle
bodice
petticoat
Upper Class
Wealthy Man
Gray
Red
Entertainment
Globe's competition
Built in 1596
London, England
hunting
dice
cards
virginal
TREPHINE:
Tool used for
trepanning
Torture/Interrogations
*Katherine of Aragon
Summing it up
Strong leader
Settled religion of England
Brought England together in time of need to defend themselves (against Spanish)
Helped the drama industry to flourish and helped it become socially acceptable
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1000's-1600's
JOHN KNOX

Spanish relations and the Spanish Armada
Religious Settlement of England
Protestantism
Catholics could still practice religion if they were quiet
Theatrical Impact
William Shakespeare
Calvinist reformer
Leader of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland
John Knox
Battle of the North Inch
Juries

Staged battle between Chattan Confederation and Clan Cameron
Family tribes
Major roles
Herd Sheep
Take care of home
Create tartans
Chattan Confederation
Powerful group of clans
Prospered as a unit
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