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S: Elizabethan England By Jake Korek

FC: Elizabethan England | By Jake Korek

1: What are GRAPES? G - Geography R - Religion A - Achievements P - Politics E - Economy S - Society

2: Geography | a bumpy bus ride | England is in Western Europe. England is a body of land that is surrounded by water. The Northern part of England has mountains, while the Southern part has plains. There are also rivers throughout England.

4: England's Religion | In England, they believed in witchcraft and wizardry. Witch hunts were very common. Old, poor, unprotected and single people were the main targets accused for being witches or wizards.


6: Achievements of England

7: In England, they made songs that were called plainsongs. | There are different types of music that were available during this time. Some of this music includes church, court and stage music. | There was a lot of poetry, and the main poet of the time was Shakespeare.

8: In England, the Queen was in charge. However, she was a figurehead, and did not have much actual power. The Queen valued her subjects greatly. | Politics of England

9: Everyone needed to go to church everyday in Elizabethan England. Brutal policies were enforced as well if people did not follow the rules. The Queen valued her subjects greatly.

10: Economy | When the Queen of England came into office, she was left with not much money. This is mainly because England was trying to support the cost of financing the wars of Phillip II. Since they were trying to do this, they had very little money to spare.

11: Cloth was a commodity in England. This means that in England, people wanted to get cloth and it was a very popular item that many people tried getting.

12: Elizabethan women were not as important as men. They depended on their male family to support them. They also did not have real jobs, all they did was cleaning in the house and farming around the house. There were no major jobs for women, the men did most of the work. Women had nearly no rights as well. | Elizabethan Society

13: Elizabethan men had real jobs, and were the ones who were supporting their families. This was a patriarchal time, meaning that the men were the leaders, and the women were supposed to follow the mens rule.

14: Work Cited | Religion http://www.ehow.com/about_4574026_witches-in-england.html http://ordable.com/lists/view/best-form-of-execution http://www.nypress.com/blog-4543-wookeys-witch-hunt.html | Geography http://geography.howstuffworks.com/europe/geography-of-england.htm http://www.ablarc.com/?p=23 http://thegolfermag.com/BOW_dest.html http://www.rafting.co.uk/River-Dee-Rafting_Wales.htm | Other http://www.worldcommunitycookbook.org/season/guide/grapes.html http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/time-zone/europe/uk/flag.htm

15: Achievements http://www.heatingoil.com/category/blog/heating-oil-dealers/ http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/virt-exhib/shakespeare/sonnetspoems/index.html http://stuntco-ordinator.net/2/Culture-of-England.html | Politics http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/queen-elizabeth-i.htm http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~robert/JohnArvine.htm | Economy http://www.innow.org/home/main/faq http://tucsongrowup.com/about/ | Society http://www.yourvintagewedding.com/elizabethanera.php http://www.jimandsandi.com/scotdress.html

16: Shakespeares life as a child | Shakespeare was born April 23, 1564, and died April 23, 1616. He lived to be 52 years old. He was the third child born in his family with eight children. His father, John Shakespeare, was a glover and a leather merchant. His mother, Mary Arden, was the local heiress. He went on to attend Latin grammar school and primary school. | http://www.life123.com/parenting/education/shakespeare/facts-about-william-shakespeare.shtml

17: Shakespeares adult life | Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, and they had three kids. Hamnet, Susanna and Judith were their children. However, Hamnet unfortunately died at the age of 11. For most of his life, Shakespeare lived in England. His wife dies on August 6, 1623. His relationship with his wife was questioned though, and people are not sure on how good of a relationship they had. | http://www.shakespeares-sonnets.com/Archive/Enfants1.htm

18: Shakespeares Career | Shakespeare was famous for three main occupations. These were playwright, poet and an actor. However, he moved to London in 1592 because he was accused of poaching, which was illegal. Overall, Shakespeare wrote 37 plays. His acting company is called the Chamberlains men, and was later switched to the Kings men. Three of his main genres for plays were history, comedy and tragedy. | http://www.sanfranciscosentinel.com/?p=13319

19: Shakespeares Career | I did not actually recieve most of my fame until I was dead, and people finally started to see my works. Eventually, I bought a theatre called The Globe. I co owned this theatre with a few people. The grand opening was 1599. However, in 1613, there was a fire in the theatre from a theatrical cannon. | http://tecktonik33.blogspot.com/2009/11/globe-theatre.html

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