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The reign of Elizabeth I of England, from 1558 to 1603, saw the rise of the Puritan movement in England, its clash with the authorities of the Church of England, and its temporarily effective suppression in the 1590s by severe judicial means. Contents. [hide]. 1 Background, to 1559 .... Theodore Beza was more supportive of the Puritan position, though he did ...

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Puritan clothing reflected the religious view that people should avoid material excess in order to focus more on internal beauty and righteousness. Because of ...

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In the 16th and 17th Centuries, Puritans believed in "purifying" the Church of England from its Roman Catholic ancestry. Puritans had strict beliefs about the way ...

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The Puritans derived their fashions from Holland.The dutch cap. And the judge rode.The black robe, doily collar and the whig, perri wig.

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Even the dark, somber Puritan dress was dictated by the church. ... misfortune, such as a sick child or a failed crop, Puritans saw it as God's will and did not help.

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The main goal of Puritans was to "purify", or simplify, the the Church of England. The Church of England, though Protestant, had kept the Catholic traditions of ...

www3.gettysburg.edu/~tshannon/hist106web/site15/bobs/puritanbeliefpage11.htm

The Puritan. Beliefs. Henry VIII. King Henry VIII as a result of the reformation, declared ... The Church of England set out to break away from the Catholic Church and ... While they did dress in their social classes and drank alcoholic beverages, ...

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Jan 6, 2015 ... ... Crime and Scandal · Religion & Social Movements · Science and Nature ... King Charles I was a walking list of violations of the Puritan dress code. ... While the image of Puritans dressed in black is misleading – they did wear many ... or buttons, or points at their knees, to walk in great boots, or women of ...

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Massachusetts law required a tax-supported school for every community that could boast 50 or more families. Puritans wanted their ... This list reflects Puritan views on women quite clearly. ... Puritans did not all dress in black as many believe. ... in New England and the religious covenants that mandated life in the colony.

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This does not apply to the poorer people they accused though, so it is less .... The Puritan religion states that there are two parts to a soul, the “immortal” ... They wash and iron the family's clothes, weed the garden, carry water, and make clothing. ... Salem—the Puritans feel as though these holidays come from pagan ideas ...