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Grapes of Elizabethan England (Copy)

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BC: Society | The society in England was dependent on families. She believed that families were role models in a community. They had a social class. The monarch as the highest, the nobility as second rank, the gentry as third, merchants as fourth, and laborers as fifth.

FC: Map of England

1: Geography of England | Thames River | England was split into different parts. The Thames river was important because you can use them for trade and transportation. Boats were the fastest type of transportation that there was

2: Religion of England Many people in england believed in witch craft and witches. Most of the people accused of being witches were poor, old, Single and unprotected. They were very superstitious. For example, they The right hand of an executed prisoner was said to be lucky as it had the power to heal and it could give the bearer stealth.

4: Achievements of England Some of their achievements were Medieval music Elizabethan music Shakespeare and music Music of the Church Music of the Court Music of the streets and fairs The instruments

6: William Shakespeare | William Shakespeare was born into a wealthy family in Stratford-upon-Avon on April 23, 1564. He was one of nine kids. At age eighteen he married Anne Hathaway. Then had three kids. He then left his family and he traveled to London and joined a theater group that had the name "the Queens men." Times back then were very different than times right now. Back then your parents made all the choices right up until you got married.

7: Times back then were very different than times right now. Back then your parents made all the choices right up until you got married. Your parents arranged your wedding for you. In the passage from class it said "A father had a God-givin obligation to choose a husband for his daughter. Wifes had just as many rights in the family as the children. They were obligated to abey their husbands.

8: His Death | He died three years after he joined the Queens men. His death was very sudden. He died of an unknown cause. Shakespeare was buried in the chancel of the Holy Trinity Church two days after his death. He left money to his oldest kid, Susana. In his will he said when she had kids all of that money go to her kids. She married twice but died before having kids.

9: This is where he is buried. He had inspired many people and added a new style of writing for all.

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