S: By: Stefhany Prado
FC: Elizabethan England | Stefhany | Prado
1: English 9 Period 3 Mrs.Maricevic
2: Geography | England's geography impacted how people migrated and which groups were for trading purpose. | In the Elizabethan map, the only country which was surrounded by this political entity was Scotland.
3: Wheat, Oats, Barley, Peas, Rye and more were hemped for making rope. | In its Northern part is flocked with mountains; Cumbrian Mountains are the chief highland. The southern coast was composed of rolling hills in wide range of plains.
4: Religion | Belief in the supernatural | bibles promoted ideas of witches | Believed that witches caused diseases and homes to catch on fire. | Witches were thought to be old, poor, unprotected, single woman
5: Catholicism was damaged due to the persecutions of the minority. | witches and witchcraft | Elizabethan cutt off the ties with the Roman Catholic Church through the Reformation BIll
6: Medicine Tobacco Lily roots | Music Performances Language Latin | Buildings left side would mirror right side. Buildings also featured a very large gallery with formal gardens. | Achievements | Styles taken from Dutch and Italian Renaissance
7: Entertainment Sports & Gambling | She was a very gifted scholar who was an accomplished linguist with the ability to speak several languages including Latin, Greek, French, Spanish and Welsh
8: Elizabethan England government was described as complex;divided into national bodies and they are then divided into regional bodies. | Elizabethan | Politics | Elizabethan was the ruler and Queen of England.
9: National, or rather central, government, consisted of Monarch, Privy Council and Parliament | Elizabethan politics and overview of the treatment of life was very brutual in comparison to today. | Monarchy | Elizabethan was wise and just Queen and chosen and the right advisors was not dominant by them
10: Money was a short supply | Ability to trade with other countries really did help the economy | Economy | Water ways to exchange items
11: Increase relationship with spain & neighboor scotland | Increase monopolies
12: Society | Women were expected to look after small animals example. Chicken | Women were to make cloth. Involving weaving and spinning.
13: The last class of Elizabethan England was the day laborers, poor, husband men, who did not own their land. | Gentry class included knights, squires, gentlemen and gentle women who did not work with their hands for living.
16: Shakespeare was believed to be born at home in Heley Street Stratford-upon-Avon, England but most of his life he had lived in London. Shakespeare was suppose to have a brother, Joan and sister, Margaret but they had died before he was even born. William started to attend school from age seven through fourteen at Edward IV grammar school. In school he learned Latin, studied Authors and Catholics. | Shakespeare's Life
17: William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway and had three children Sussane, Judith and Hamnet. Hamnet died at age 11, constant outbreaks of the Bubonic plaque and died of a deadly disease. | Shakespeare's parents name were MAy Arden ad John Shakespeare. John worked as a farmer moved to Stratford to open a business. | William Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616 at age 51. Anne Hathaway died on August 6, 1623
18: During Elizabethans life Shakespeare had a acing company that it was called the lord Chamberlains company. But after her death it became known as King's Company. Shakespeare moved to London between 1585-1592 to join the acting company. | Shakespeare's Career | Shakespeare got to show everyone his work of art that were for enjoyment for everyone. The Queen influenced his success in a way that she enjoyed Shakespeare play and made him perform them to her. William owned The Globe Theatre that opened March 1610. The Globe was very colorful, very grand, stage was viewed every seat and there were many levels. The Globe was shut down for two years due to plague | there was an outbreak of the black death off all acting company.
19: "To be or not to be"-Hamnlet "O Romeo, Romeo! Whereforce art thou Romeo?" -Romeo and Juliet. " Shall I compare thee to a summers day" -Romeo and Juliet | Shakespeare wrote Henry IV, Henry V, Julius Ceasar (History), Mid-summer nights dream, Twelfth Nigh (Comedy), Rome and Juliet (Tragedy). | Shakespeare was famous because he was best known as a playwright. He wrote poems an sonnets. William was th greatest writer in the english language and the world of dramatist.
20: The form of English William Shakespeare used to write his plays was early modern English and people spoke the way Williams Shakespeare's plays were written | Language | etc...