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Tudor architecture

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The Tudor architectural style is the final development of Medieval architecture in England, ... Courtiers and other wealthy Elizabethans competed to build prodigy houses that proclaimed ... However,...

Rich and Poor Tudors

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A description of what life was life for the rich and the poor in 16th century England . ... In wealthy Tudor houses the walls of rooms were lined with oak paneling to keep out ... They must have been very uncomfortable because they did not have springs and ... The Tudors also liked wrestling and 'casting the bar', which was like...

Tudor Houses: Facts and Information for Kids | KidsKonnect

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What Do Tudor Houses Look Like? ... Most Tudor houses did not have a toilet. ... Some castles and palaces did have toilets, but it was really just a hole in the ...

Tudor Houses and Homes: Facts and Information | Primary Facts

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Jun 6, 2013 ... Most Tudor houses had a thatched roof, although rich people could afford to use tiles. ... often containing a maze, fountains or hedges shaped like animals. Poor people had much smaller gardens and grew their own herbs and vegetables ... Some castles and palaces did include a toilet, but it was little more ...

Characteristics of Tudor houses - Woodlands Junior School

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Information and photographs of Tudor Houses and Homes. ... The windows above look as though they have been hung on the wall. Casement windows ...

Tudor Homes of the Rich - Woodlands Junior School

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Information and photographs of Tudor Houses and Homes. ... 'Look at me, I must be rich because my house has lots of glass'. Windows became the main ... Wealthy farmers and landowners lived in houses like the one on the left. They had ...

What did Tudor houses look like? - Faversham

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Can you design a Tudor house? If a rich merchant in Faversham, living in Tudor times, asked you to design a house for him, what would it look like? Could you ...

Tudor Houses - Tudors

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There were Tudor houses for the rich which were the palaces and mansions and Tudor houses for the middle classes and the poor. The most distinctive style of ...

Tudor Homes - Durham County Record Office

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Dec 8, 2011 ... Just like today, rich and poor people lived in very different sorts of houses. Rich people would ... Let's look at where ordinary people lived. Tudor ... The inside of Tudor houses looked very different to the inside of houses today.

Homes and Lives of the Poor - Tudor Times

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A Poor Tudor house would have a hole in the wall for a window; sometimes they would have wooden shutters to keep them warm. They had to sleep on straw ...

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The Poor in Tudor times - Primary Homework Help

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poor Tudors The poor had to work hard and struggled to survive. Many poor people lives lived in villages doing farm work or making cloth in their own homes for ...

The Poor in Tudor times - Woodlands Junior School

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Tudor Houses · Henry VIII ... Life for the poor in Tudor times was harsh. ... When people did break the law, they risked public flogging or being hanged. rose ...

What were Tudor Houses made from? - Woodlands Junior School

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Information and photographs of Tudor Houses and Homes. ... The daub was often painted with limewash making it look white. The wooden timbers were often  ...