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  • Elizabeth I: Queen Of A Golden Age
    A Timeline
  • Birth of a queen
    September 7,1533 – Elizabeth I is born at Greenwich Palace to Ann Boleyn and King Henry VIII of England.
  • Elizabeth’s Coronation
    January 15, 1559 - Elizabeth's coronation ceremony  officially makes her the queen of England.
  • Queen Concludes War With France
    1559 – Elizabeth concludes war with France by signing the Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis.
  • Elizabeth Supports The French
    Sep. 20, 1561 - Treaty signed at Hampton Court ,Elizabeth gives her support to the French.
  • Mary Queen Of SCOTS AND ELIZABETH:Part One.
    May 15, 1567 - Mary, Queen of Scots is imprisoned.
    1568 – Mary Stuart is imprisoned by Elizabeth I at Fotheringay Castle.
    1569 – Elizabeth alleviates all charges made against Mary.
  • Excommunication of the queen
    1570 - The excommunication of Elizabeth I by the Catholic Church (This excommunication was ordered by Pope Pius V)
  • Sir Francis Drake: Bringing Riches
    1573 – Sir Francis Drake captures a large shipment of precious metals from a Spanish fleet returning from the Americas.
  • The English and The Dutch:Allies
    1577 – Elizabeth agrees to an alliance with the Netherlands.
  • Helping The Dutch
    Mar 10, 1578 - Queen Elizabeth sends 20,000 pounds to aid the Dutch.
  • Francis Drake: Knighted
    May 4, 1581 - Francis Drake is knighted by Queen Elizabeth. 
  • Mary Queen Of SCOTS AND ELIZABETH:Part Two.
    1586 -The Babbington Plot - Francis Walsinghamlearns of plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth and replace her with Mary Queen of Scots.
    Oct. 25, 1586 - Mary Queen of Scots is convicted of conspiracy in the Babbingtonplot.
    Feb. 8, 1587 - Execution of Mary Queen of Scots.
  • English Navy Conquers Spain
    Aug. 8, 1588 - The Spanish Armada is defeated by the English fleet.
  • The East India Company Is Born
    1600 - Queen Elizabeth I grants charter to East India Company
  • Death Of The Queen
    Mar. 24, 1603 – Queen Elizabeth dies of blood poisoning.
  • Was Elizabeth’s Reign Really a golden Age?
    Elizabeth I, Queen of England was the first English ruler to really grasp the concept of what her subjects needed. I do, in fact, believe that her lengthy reign did produce what could be considered a golden age. The only falling out with her people the Queen ever had was when she executed Mary, Queen of Scots. Even though it outraged many Catholics who viewed Mary as the rightful Queen of England, it was something that had to be done for the safety of Elizabeth. That being said, it took countless advisors pressuring her to even convince Elizabeth to execute her cousin, a fact that probably brought her back into the favor of many of her subjects.
    Another point that supports my argument would be the number of allies that England made during Elizabeth’s reign. Not only did she create an alliance with the French, but the Dutch as well. Throughout her reign all she did was bring wealth and respect to the kingdom, which she was quite devoted to. Known as the Virgin Queen, she claimed she was already married to one man, and that was the Kingdom of England. A final point I’d like to make is that thanks to her charter in 1600, the East India Company was formed, which became a huge part of colonial life as more and more colonies formed in the new world.