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The Tudors

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Lizzy Donowho

on 31 August 2014

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Transcript of The Tudors


King Henry VII, King Henry VIII, King Edward VI,
Lady Jane Grey, Queen Mary I, Queen Elizabeth I
(The first time Queens have ruled England)
Rich people
England 1485 to 1603
Poor people
The Globe Theater
Songs like
Deer Hunting with bow and arrow
Hunting with Falcons
Two different ways of hunting were...
William Shakespeare's Plays
Some Tudor instruments
Tudor half timbered house
Tudor decorative chimneys
What Women Wore
What Men Wore
What Poor People Wore
The Tudor Monarchs
King Henry VII
King Henry VIII
King Edward VI
Queen Elizabeth I
Queen Mary I
William Caxton's Printing Press
Oxford and Cambridge Universities established
Sir Francis Drake
The Golden Hind
Drakes voyage around the world
Grand brick houses for the rich
Hampton Court Palace
Monasteries destroyed
The new Church of England book of Common Prayer
The Spanish Armada threatens England
England Catholic or Protestant?
The French and Spanish Threat
Padded hooped skirt, bodice and colourful floor-length gown
Doublet and hose
Ruffs were all the rage
Free schools founded by the King
Scientific discoveries from observation and discovery
International trade brings wealth
Explosion in literature
Books and reading
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