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,...
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
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 ...
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 ...
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
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.
But, when you see them in a modern Tudor style house, they're just being used ...
Look out for tall and narrow doors and windows on Tudor houses, as well as ...
Jun 10, 2012 ... This Power-point describes the lives of rich and poor Tudors, it includes
information on clothes, houses and food eaten.
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 ...