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Tudor period

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The Tudor period is the period between 1485 and 1603 in England and Wales and includes the .... About one-third of the population lived in poverty, with the wealthy expected to give alms ... Most to...

Life in Tudor England - A World History Encyclopedia

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However for the poor in Tudor England life did not improve. .... However in the 16th century sugar was very expensive so most people used honey to sweeten ...

Life in Tudor times - Q-files Encyclopedia

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Boys from rich families studied at home with a tutor, as did girls, or were sent away to boarding school. ... Most people in Tudor times lived in country villages.

Tudor Hygiene - On the Tudor Trail

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In order to have a bath most Tudors would have had to find a wooden tub, .... why , on earth, would you toss it–especially after 5 years!!!! did it still wash ..... What I mean is, can we set up a week where people can live in Tudor style England?

Forget Wolf Hall, the reality of life for Tudor women was far harder ...

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Jan 28, 2015 ... But don't be fooled by the glamour - life in Tudor times was tough for women ( even if ... for girls, meaning women were often illiterate for most of their lives. ..... Oscars president Cheryl Boone Isaacs says people SHOULD watch Birth Of ..... Audrina Patridge shares first pictures of baby Kirra... but did she just...

Tudor London - History Learning Site

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London was also the most important trading city in Tudor England. ... For all their wealth, those merchants who lived in London had to live with the filth that gathered in the city. ... However, the rich did have one way of combating disease – they could leave the ... There were a lot of poor people in London desperate for money.

Life for the poor in Elizabethan England was very harsh - Tudor Place

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The poor did not share the wealth and luxurious lifestyle associated with famous ... The main thing to remember about Tudor England is that the population ... People who were thought to be 'Helpless Poor' were not considered to be a ... This group worried the government as it was the one most like to get into trouble.

The Poor in Elizabethan England - History Learning Site

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Life for the poor in Elizabethan England was very harsh. The poor did not share the wealth and luxurious lifestyle associated with ... The government in Tudor England became very concerned about the poor. ... People who were thought to be “Helpless Poor” were not considered to be a ... Most criminals were thieves.

Women in Tudor England - History Learning Site

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Tudor England witnessed many famous events such as the Spanish Armada, the ... Neither Mary Tudor nor Elizabeth did much to advance the cause of women. ... very few boys did) but they were taught that their sole function in life was to marry, ... The most famous Tudor casualty of this was Jane Seymour who died after ...

V&A and The National Archives | The Tudors | Court | Court life

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This website looks at aspects of life in Tudor England (court of Henry VIII, leisure, religion, lives of rich and poor, trade and ... Henry VIII did not live alone in his palaces. ... Courtiers were the richest and most important people in the country.

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Daily Life in the Tudor Times

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Life in Tudor Britain was harsh - the average life expectancy was just 35 years. Most Tudor people lived in the countryside, but some people lived in towns ... The types of sports or pastimes a person did was another sign of their rank or wealth.

BBC - KS3 Bitesize History - Everyday life in Tudor and Stuart times ...

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Meals in Tudor times consisted almost wholly of meat – no vegetables. Tudor people drank beer or wine, and ate and drank from pewter plates and mugs.

Death in Tudor England - On the Tudor Trail

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Oct 31, 2010 ... Major killers in Tudor England were epidemic diseases to which there was no ... purpose, to ensure that the dead did not return to haunt the living. ... off in penances and good works in this life, but most people could expect to ...