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Elizabethan England Mix Book

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BC: The End

FC: Shakespeare's Elizabethan England | By Halle Mastroberardino

1: Table of Contents: | Geography Religion Achievements Politics Economy Society | Pages 1 and 2 Pages 3 and 4 Pages 5 and 6 Pages 7 and 8 Pages 9 and 10 Pages 11 and 12

2: GEOGRAPHY | -Western Europe -Holy Roman Empire -Explorers explored other areas

3: - Map was very important -Traveled by horse and boat


5: - Witchcraft (witches, witch hunts) -Books on astronomy, astrology, and magic -Catholic -Festivals and customs based on church calendar


7: - Renaissance -Inventions: movable type, pencil, telescope, microscope -Leonardo DaVinci: airplane, helicopter, parachute -Map was very important


9: - Queen Elizabeth was in power -Holy Roman Empire -Religious Leader: The Pope -Patriarchs help the Pope


11: - Penny: basic unit -Wages were dependent on occupation -1lb.= $400 Debt with France

12: SOCIETY | - Class and occupation depends on wage -Occupations: nobleman, merchant, carpenter, laborer. -Women have few rights -Women obey man -Arranged marriages and weddings

14: Work Cited | | Information

15: Pictures

16: William Shakespeare 1564-1616 | Early Family Life: - Wealthy Family - 7 Brothers and sisters - Parents: John and Mary Shakespeare

17: Later Family Life: - Married Anne Hathaway - 3 Children: Susanna, Hamnet, and Judith

18: Sonnets: -O thou my lovely boy -My Mistress' eyes -When in disgrace with fortune -Let me not to the marriage of true minds -Shall I compare thee to a Summer's day? | Famous Plays and Sonnets

19: Plays: - Romeo and Juliet - Hamlet - A Midsummer Nights Dream - Much to Do About Nothing - Othello - Macbeth -Anthony and Cleopatra

20: Language: Early Modern English Art = Are Stay = Wait Thrice = Three Times 'tis = it is o'er = over ne'er = never

21: The Globe Theatre: -Physical Features: Pillared porches, thatched, galleries, vertical timbers. -Shakespeare co-owned the theatre with Richard Burbage

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