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Sophie Turbalent Tudors

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  • 1. Turbulent Tudors The Tudors were very strange times
  • 2. Tudor Monarchs
    • The first Tudor monarch was Henry the 7 th, he became king after the war of the roses. He had two sons and two daughters, his two sons were Arthur and Henry, Arthur was heir to the throne but he died leaving Henry in charge.
    • So then Henry brought his six wives along, he had two daughters and one son.
    • His son was Edward 1 He did not last too long and then there was Lady Jane Grey who was one of Henry the 8 th sisters child.
    • Then there was Mary Tudor she did not last too long as she was catholic.
    • Then there was Elizabeth 1 st she led a great life and really improved the english people
  • 3. Henry VIII and his 6 wives Henry the 8 th became king when his brother Arthur died, Henry then married his dead brothers wife Catherine Of Aragon. He soon divorced her and married Anne Boleyn she did not please Henry and he beheaded her.Jane Seymour was next, she had a child but died soon after. Next came Anne Of Cleves she did not please Henry either and got divorced. Next was Katherine Howard Henry had his suspicions that she was seeing someone else and beheaded her Finally Katherine Parr came she pleased Henry but soon after they married Henry died leaving Katherine to be a widow.
  • 4. Tudor Buildings
    • The Tudors built very special buildings lots of them castles like Hever Castle
    • And some of them like
    • Normal lower class houses.
  • 5. Cruel Crime
    • Tudor crimes were met with harsh punishments. But when they were committed some of them were:
    • High Treason,
    • Blasphemy,
    • Sedition,
    • Spying,
    • Rebellion,
    • Murder,
    • Witchcraft,
    • And Alchemy
  • 6. Poisonous Punishments
    • Tudor punishment was extremely harsh, they thought if the punishments were bad enough people would stop committing them. .
    • The punishments were :
    • Beheading ,Hanging ,Burning ,Being
    • Pressed ,Boiled Alive , Whipping ,Branding with hot irons ,The pillory ,The stocks,
    • The Ducking Stool ,The Brank ,Limbs cut Off and the Drunkards Cloak.
  • 7. Monstrous Medicine
    • Medicine in the Tudor times was sometimes extremely disgusting because they did not know anything to do with the illnesses. So they just would of made up something and told them it would make them better, even if it didn’t. Some of the cures they suggested would be:
    • Headache: Push a hangmans rope on to there head and wait for a day.
    • Plague:Stayed in there house for five weeks some people were removed to the Pest House.
    • Stomach pains and sickness:Treated with wormwood,mint and balm.
    • Lung problems; Liquorice and comfrey
    • Only the wealthy could afford a doctor and if they did get a doctor when they were poor they would not be treated nicely.
  • 8.
    • The illnesses were really common in Tudor times as the way they lived was extremely unhealthy and most of the time there is no cure.
    • The illnesses are:
    • Headache
    • Lung Problems
    • Black Limbs
    • Stomach ache or sickness
    • And The Plague.
    Icky Illnesses