A description of what life was life for the rich and the poor in 16th century England
. ... Rich Tudors built grand houses e.g. Cardinal Wolsey built Hampton Court
Palace. ... They must have been very uncomfortable because they did not have
springs and ... The Tudors also liked wrestling and 'casting the bar', which was
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
Jun 19, 2013 ... Poor Tudor families lived in very basic homes, often in one or two rooms. ... Tudor
resources page, or discover what life was like for Rich Tudors ...
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 ...
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 ...
www.faversham.org/upload/docs/Tudor Houses KS2.pdf
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 ...
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 ...
Unit 8: The lives of rich and poor people in Tudor times. 2000. 1800 ... Can you
match the people to their houses? Unit 8: ... Explain why you made the choices
you did. Unit 8: ... The rich should use some of their money to help people like me
Mar 4, 2014 ... Rich and Poor in Tudor times. ... children would have to work to earn money or
help around Houses Poor people houses were like cottages ...
Of course, the greatest celebration was at the Tudor court, but homes across ...
had evolved to include various games and song dances (like 'London Bridge ...
Today, we can look at the carefully-maintained Privy Purse Accounts to see ... (
When he did play tennis, Henry VII usually lost – at that time, tennis was called '