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Elizabethan era - Wikipedia

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The Elizabethan era is the epoch in English history marked by the reign of Queen Elizabeth I ... England during this period had a centralised, well-organised, and effective ... The Essex Rebellion o...

The Elizabethan Age | Shakespeare in American Communities

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Shakespeare lived during a remarkable period of English history, a time of ... I became the Queen of England in 1558, six years before Shakespeare's birth. ... the Bard's time—would have immediately told audience members a lot about that  ...

Shakespeare's Times: Shakespeare-Gesellschaft

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Shakespeare lived during the early modern period, a time in Western history that is ... The Church of England broke from Rome during the reign of Henry VIII. ... A new English identity was not just promoted by religious independence but also ... After the victory over the Spanish armada in 1588 Shakespeare's history plays ...

Shakespeare's World

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During Shakespeare's time, people's lives were often short. As many as one-half of the children born never lived beyond fifteen years and, thus, never ... The largest, known as Kett's Rebellion after its organizer, had 16,000 participants. .... Although England had laws against witchcraft, they were far more just and object...

William Shakespeare - British History - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of William Shakespeare, including videos, ... he also held a series of municipal positions before falling into debt in the late 1580s. ... at a time when those who rejected the newly established Church of England faced ... What did the newly married father and future literary icon do during those  .....

Research on shakespeare, england in his time - SlideShare

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Jun 26, 2011 ... br / England in Shakespeare's time<br />What was England like in Shakespearian time? ... in Shakespeare's time<br />Who ruled the monarchy during this period? .... in 1882, and originally named after Harry Hotspur - one of Shakespeare's characters .... Some actors received their lines just before...

Shakespeare Resource Center - Elizabethan England

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The age of Shakespeare was a great time in English history. The reign of Elizabeth (1558 - 1603) saw England emerge as the leading naval and ... of England (begun by her father, Henry VIII, after a dispute with the Pope). ... Life in Elizabethan England: A Compendium of Common Knowledge:1558–1603: This is just an ...

The Life of Shakespeare - British Culture - British Customs and ...

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British culture, customs and traditions - The Life of Shakespeare. ... Many of his plays were published in editions of varying quality and accuracy during his lifetime. ... After the birth of the twins, there are few historical traces of Shakespeare until he is ... have begun any time from the mid-1580s to just before Greene's rema...

Shakespeare's Religion - Protestantism in Elizabethan England

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The picture of the time has all the light and darkness of a work of Rembrandt. ... Pedlars sold their wares in the church porches during service. ... "Many there are, " said Sandys, preaching before Elizabeth even after her reforms .... Besides the references just given two others may be quoted, if single passages mean anythin...

Entertainment in Elizabethan England - Shakespeare Online

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In Elizabethan England, during the times when plays were not completely ... such as Mad Day, Midsummer Day, and Ascension Day (just to name a few), when ... Dances were popular, whether you lived in London or in a small town, and so ... the attractions of the bear garden paled before those of the theatre; and in 1591 ...