REEVEThe Reeve supervised all work on a lord's property. The Reeve ensured that everyone began and stopped work on time
BUTLERThe Butler was responsible for the castle cellar and was in charge of large butts of beer.
ARTISTArtists were employed in the later Elizabethan era by kings and nobles. They also painted furniture and designs
WATCHMANWatchmen was an official at the castle responsible for security. They watched over everything and make sure everyone was protected
SCRIBEMost Scribes came from religious establishments where reading, writing and comprehension skills were learned.
SCULLIONScullions were the lowest of kitchen workers whose duties included washing and cleaning the kitchen
PORTERThe Janitor, or Porter, was responsible for a Castle entrance and for the guardrooms.
Queen Elizabeth was queen from 1509-1547
The Elizabethan era was the introduction of Theater
The wool trade was very important during this era
Queen Elizabeth succeeded Mary
Queen Elizabeth I ruled England
She was a popular monarch and the English people loved her
Grammar schools were available to the Middle classes
Outbreaks of the plague had reduced the population
Changes in agriculture during the Elizabethan period led to people leaving the countryside and their village life to search for employment in the towns.
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