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Elizabethan Era

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Brooke Nadeau

on 5 March 2018

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Elizabethan Era
Background Info.
Named after Queen Elizabeth I
Very first theatres
William Shakespeare
The Globe Theatre
Christopher Marlowe
Lasted 45 years
Events
Flowering of British Culture
Peace and prosperity - England
Poetry, music, literature, theatre rise
Class based society
No paper money
No one drank water
Not safe
Clothes
Girls:
Ruff
Bodice
Farthingale
Skirt
Boys:
Ruff
Jacket
Doublet
Hose
Music
Very important entertainment
Ballads sung for the lower classes to ease tasks
hymns and secular from church
Importance of music was in William Shakespeare
more than 500 references
Breakfast 6 am
Dinner midday
Supper 5-8 pm
Rich ate meat, beef, pork, bacon, veal, peacock, fish, etc.
Poor - bread with butter, cheese, eggs pottage and soup thickened with oats.
Food
Citation
1. “Elizabethan Era.”
Website
Linda Alchin
2017 Siteseen Ltd
March 5, 2018

2. “Ten Facts on the Elizabethan Times.”
Website
Ocean Malandra
September 29, 2017
Leaf Group Ltd
March 5, 2018

3. "Elizabethan Music"
Website
Linda Alchin
2017 Siteseen Ltd
March 5, 2018

4. “Elizabethan Food.”
Website
March 5, 2018
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