S: Elizabethan England
FC: By: Amanda Mancini | Elizabethan England
1: Geography * Surrounded my the Atlantic Ocean. *Northwest Europe *Near mountains which was the north part of england. (The Cumbrian Mountains) *The south of England was made of hills.
2: Religion *Witchcraft was one of the superstitions they had. *Women were often accused of being witches. *Old, poor, unprotected and widows/single women were also accused. *Punishments if accused- -If committed murder they were hung. -If committing a much lesser crime they were convicted. *People blamed unexplainable events as the work of witches. *Supernatural Powers -Ability to fly using broomsticks -They used huge black pots to make their brew. -Ability to change into animals like cats and dogs. *Roman Catholic. *Church was a big part of people's lives.
4: Achievements *Medicine -Tobacco -Arsenic -Lily Root -Dried toad *Entertainment -Sports, games, gaming and gambling. -Hawking and hunting, theaters. | *Art -Oil paints -Painted mostly humans. *Spoke Latin
5: *Education - Grammer schools for free education. -Boys learned grammer and vocabulary. They also went off to collage if they could afford it. -Girls learned how to take care of the household. It was part of their role in the society.
6: Politics *Religion and morality became matters of state law. *Queen Elizabeth ruled. *England was required by law to attend church. *Government---Monarchs
8: Economy *Jobs *Planted potatoes and tobacco -Farmers *Wollen Cloth -Bakers -Basket-Makers -Blacksmiths -Bowyers -Carmen -Carpenters -Fletchers -Fruiters -Glaziers Glovers -Waxchandler -Wheelwrights
10: Society *Women took care of the household and yard. *Men took care of the outside. *Girls married around the age of their 20's. *Women stayed at home. *Monarchy (top), Nobility, Gentry, Merchants, Yeomanry, Laborers (bottom)
12: Works Cited http://historymedren.about.com/library/atlas/blatmapce1555.htm http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-life.htm http://www.elizabethanenglandlife.com/elizabethan-england-map.html http://www.william-shakespeare.org.uk/william-shakespeare-politics.htm http://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/SLT/history/index.html http://www.bardweb.net/england.html