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  • 1. Elizabethan England
  • 2. I. Politics
    • A. Divine Right of Kings- King is supreme
    • 1. God’s Representative
    • 2. King wants a son to succeed him
  • 3. B. Henry VIII
    • 1. Family Name- Tudor
    • 2. Divorced Catherine of Aragon and established the Church of England
    • 3. Had 6 wives...
  • 4. The Wives of Henry VIII
  • 5. Catherine of Aragon
    • Married over 20 years
    • One daughter named Mary
    • Divorced
  • 6. Anne Boleyn
    • Daughter named Elizabeth
    • Charged with having affairs
    • Beheaded
  • 7. Jane Seymour
    • Gave birth to Edward
    • Died 12 days later
  • 8. Anne of Cleves
    • Marriage Annulled ( Divorced)
    • No children
  • 9. Katherine Howard
    • First cousin of Anne Boleyn
    • Had an affair
    • Beheaded
  • 10. Katherine Parr
    • She survives
  • 11. Henry VIII
    • 4 . Three children from these marriages
    • a. Edward VI 1547-53; son of Jane Seymour
      • b. Mary Tudor -”Bloody Mary” 1553-58
      • c. Elizabeth
  • 12. C. Elizabeth I ruled 1558-1603
    • 1. Gloriana, The Great Queen, Virgin Queen
    • 2. Reasons for Greatness
      • a. religious tolerance
      • b. England became a naval power; defeat of the Spanish Armada
      • c. Age of Exploration-expansion of British Empire
  • 13. D. Rulers after Elizabeth
    • 1 . James I Stuart
    • a. 1603-1625
    • b. King of Scotland
    • c. Had the Bible translated into English (King James version)
  • 14. D. Rulers after Elizabeth
    • 2. Charles I 1625-1649
      • a. very unpopular
      • b. did things to the extreme
      • c. abusive to Puritans
      • d. beheaded
  • 15. D. Rulers after Elizabeth
    • 3. Oliver Cromwell 1649-58
    • a. Puritan influence leads to the abolishment of the monarchy and leadership under Cromwell
    • b. They were fanatics and thought theater was immoral
  • 16. D. Rulers after Elizabeth
    • C . Oliver Cromwell closes theaters
  • 17. D. Rulers after Elizabeth
    • 4 . Charles II 1660-1685
    • a. restoration of the monarchy
    • b.Period known as the Restoration
  • 18. II London A . Tower of London -surrounded by a moat to keep enemies out 1. Held crown jewels, weapons, royal prisoners and animals 2. Royalty needing imprisonment, like Charles I, kept there
  • 19. A. Tower of London
    • 3. Other FYI
    • a. 12 acres in size
    • b. Built by William the Conqueror after defeating the British in the Battle of Hastings in1066.
    • c. a place for protection
  • 20. B. Thames River (tims)
    • 1. Main water supply
    • 2. Used to dump sewage and dead animals
    • 3. London Bridge : Only way into London; first made of wood ; burned down; rebuilt; vendors and shops; heads on spikes
  • 21. III. Entertainment
    • A. Bear Baiting -a bear was staked at the center of a circle -chained; dogs were led in to attack.
    • B. Bull baiting and cock fighting
  • 22. III. Entertainment
    • C. Theater
    • 1. most people stood
    • 2. “groundlings ” paid 1 cent
  • 23. III. Entertainment
    • D. Executions
  • 24. IV. Spanish Armada 1588
    • A. Spain was angry with England
    • Why?
    • Henry VIII divorced Catherine of Aragon (Spanish), and England sided with the Dutch in problems with Spain.
  • 25. IV. Spanish Armada 1588
    • B. Phillip II warned Elizabeth not to help the Dutch; if they did, Spain would attack England.
  • 26. IV Spanish Armada
    • C. Sir Frances Drake and the Sea Dogs- they robbed Spanish ships on the way to the New World
    • D. Protestant Wind -ships powered by sails; at a crucial time during the battle, winds shifted in England’s favor
  • 27. FYI
    • Elizabeth developed England into a major military power.
    • How?
    • Her country was not at war.
    • She had religious tolerance.
  • 28. V. Plague 1592
    • A. Wiped out 1/3 of England
    • B. Dead within 24 hours
  • 29. V. Plague
    • C. Carried by rats and transmitted to humans by fleas
    • ** fleas lived in the straw where people slept.
    • Yuk!!!
  • 30. V. Plague
    • D. High fever , red sore called a rosey, diarrhea, and swelling were some of the symptoms.
    • Note: “ Ring Around the Rosey”
  • 31. Bibliography
    • Bibliography for Elizabethqn England Power Point Presentation
    • http://www.jesus-is-lord.com/kinginde.htm
    • http://www.law.utexas.edu/hyder/charles2.html
    • http://www.comptons.com/encyclopedia/CAPTIONS/20006808_P.html
    • http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/mon48.html
    • http:// www.toweroflondontour.com /
    • http://www.castles.org/castles/Europe/Western_Europe/United_Kingdom/England/england12.htm
    • http:// www.wspa.org.uk /campaigns/bearbaiting/
    • http://www.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/springfield/eliz/
    • http://library.thinkquest.org/20176/armada.htm
    • http://ponderosa- pine.uoregon.edu/students/Janis/menu.html
    • http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2423/plague.html

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