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FC: William Shakespeare's Elizabethan England | By: Victoria Nuvoloni

1: Geography: Belonged to Elizabethan Britain and was considered as one of the most populous countries. There were house, restaurants, buildings, train stations, hotels, pubs, and cottages.

2: Geography: In its northern parts it was flocked with mountains. Along the southern coast it was composed of rolling hills in wide range of plains. There were no road signs in this time and the only way to get around was by boats, if you do not have a boat you would have to swim to the different parts of the land. the waterway was called the Thanes river

3: Religion: In Elizabethan England they were extremely religious and also very superstitions. they believed strongly in peace and there major religions were catholic and protestant.

4: Religion: The people in Elizabethan england believed the queen to be god's representation on earth. They also believed god formed social ranks and shows blessing to each rank. They lastly believed family was the main role for a community.

5: Achievements: Elizabethan England was considered as the Golden age in English history. Music and theater played an important role in everyday life. Shakespeare wrote a number of great works during this time. These works defined London theater. These works were base on medieval and Jacobean roots.

6: Achievements: During this time period they achieved Science and Technology and also made major contributions to many astronomers. They were one of the first countries to explore the Arctic. They also developed Iron industries.

7: Politics: Elizabethan England was led by queen Elizabeth 1 , she ruled for 45 years.

8: Politics: In England during this time Walter Rleigh and Sir Franis Drake were explorers that explored arctic. Also during this time William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe were two writers that wrote works of theater.

9: Economy: England had a stable centralized government that was well organized.soon later three to four million people became poor and the queen increased the number of monopolies. there soon became no money.

10: Economy: During this time they established the first stock exchange. There ability to trade with other counties really helped the economy. Although many hired there prices during this time. Tobacco consumption became a costly habit.

11: Society: The social structure during this time was base on a government monarch. The queen held the most power, next came the nobility, followed by the gentry,next come the merchants, and lastly comes the laborers. The parliament regulated clothes for each rank. | This Triangle represents the social class pyramid in England. | I added this star because the queen was the highest of the social classes

12: Society: Life during this time was very brutal. There were odd laws. In a family the husband is the head of the household who gives direction to his wife and children. The wife's status is base on religion.In noble families children were sent to other homes to be trained. In middle and low class families the children were kept at home and be came employed at an early age. | This star represents that family and religion were very important in Elizabethan England.

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22: William Shakespeare : William was born to a fairly wealthy family in Stratford- on- Avon. He was the third of eight children. He attended a petty school then a Latin grammar school

23: William Shakespeare: At the age of eighteen , he wed Anne Hathaway. She was six years older then him. They had three children: Susanna, and twins Judith and Hamnet. Shakespeare's life between the years of 1585 and 1592 are unknown. At the of eighteen he joined the theater and debuted a playwright.

24: Shakespeare's world: Shakespeare's world was very different from today. For example, children in that day had no rights except those allowed by the parents. Also marriage was often arranged by the parents.Woman married young often age fourteen or fifteen. The father of the the family chooses the husband for the daughter. the husband would have to be able to support her materially and protect her physically. The father of the daughter does not always chose how she wants to marry. The father wants his daughter to be happy as well as provided for. The wives just like the children must obey their husbands. Courtly love is a philosophy of love that grow in england.

25: I want to marry who I want.

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