FC: Elizabethan Era | Stepheny Ordonez Ms. Morrissey
1: Geography | Britain was part of the Holy Roman Empire. the territories include England and Wales.
2: Geography | The lowlands however have low hills and much more fertile soil | It is an island and is somewhat mountainous | The mountainous areas are known as the highland zone
3: Religion | Many people during this time period were roman catholic and because of this, witch hunts became popular.
4: Religion | Though many of her subjects were Christian, Queen Elizabeth was a Protestant.
5: Achievements | The viol was created during this ti,me period. Also the printing press
6: Shakespeare created great works of literature | Such works are Romeo and Juliet. The plays were acted the Globe theater
7: Politics England was the leading naval and commercial power of the Western world.
8: Politics | The government was viewed as the monarch;s private life> Success depended greatly upon the ruler's strength of character and political acumen.
9: The availability of food depended on the economy. A poor harvest has a bad effect on the economy | Economy
10: The treasury barely had virtually any money until Queen Elizabeth showed up. | Economy
11: Women had no rights. They also couldn't get jobs. | Society
12: Society | The people were divided. There were nobles and peasants.
13: Shakespeare was born April 26, 1564 in Stratford. His father was a glover and later worked for the government while his mother stayed at home to raise the family. He attended school where he learned Latin, mathematics, ad a little of Greek. Though he received an education at petty school, he did not further his learning by attending a university. | Shakespeare's early life
14: AT the age of 18, he had married Anne Hathaway who was 7 years his senior. Together they had 3 children, Hamnet, Judith, and Susanna. Due to the plague though Hamnet's life was cut short and died at 11 years old. it was said that Shakespeare had left his family in Stratford to pursue his career. His wife died August 6, 1623 | Shakespeare's family
15: His Career | After leaving his family he soon joined The Lord Chamberlain's men. Later on they changed their name to, The King's Men. It was with this acting company that he becomes a famous actor, playwright, and play mender. All together he wrote 37 plays.
16: In 1599 the world famous Globe Theater opens its doors for the public. It was with the King's Men that Shakespeare built this amphitheater. It has a seating capacity of 3000 spectators and is 3 stories high with a large platform where the performances would take place. For visual effects, trap doors in the flooring and rigging overhead was used. In 1613 a cannon was fired that caused the theater to burn down> For two years it was closed down, also because of the Puritans who closed it anyway. | The Globe Theater
17: My name is Viviana Baker. As a living I work at my family's bakery. Because I make baked goods for everyone, I do business with both the Capulets and the Montagues | My persona
18: Ciao a tutti! I humbly introduce myself as Viviana Baker, though by most I’m known simply as Vivi. By my name you can assume I’m a baker, and that assumption would be correct. I’m a 21 year old maiden yet to be married and still live with my family. Though, we are small we make a great profit from our respectable job so our economic status is quite fair compared to others. I’m often hired from a noble family to come cook meals for them and because of my calm and kindhearted personality I have many loyal customers. Often people say that my baked goods can be just as sweet as my character. I’m a petite woman with long chocolate hair which I usually pull back into a bun or fashion it into a braid just mostly for conveniences sake. My eyes are a contrasting jade green and because of my height, I don't weigh much. Most find me humorous and my comments witty, while others view me as flirtatious, though I would have to disagree with that. I’m most often compared to a cat because of my silence and some have gone as far as to say that voice sounds like that of a purring cat’s. I try not to make any dramatic movements, just small gestures so as not to appear flamboyant. My attire is quite simple, just a plain dress with an apron because, after all being a baker requires a lot of flour and getting it on clothing is a hassle to get off. As stated before I still reside with my father and mother and I’m quite content in our little stone house. In this dwelling is where I first watched my father bake bread and from him I learned the skill to become a baker. Though I’ve never really gotten a formal education, I learned all that I need from my own papa. Due to my mother’s illness I am the one to prepare meals at home which consist of some kind of stew, of course a side of bread, and beer though I find the taste bitter so I mostly stick to sweet wine. And with that I bid you addio.