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4º Eso, 12-13

4º Eso, 12-13

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  1. The Period The culture was an important sector in this period. The defeat of the Spanish Army. The continuity of the Anglican Religion. Important people: Sir Francis Drake, Martin Frobisher. Not a good education for children.
  2. People related with art Theatre: Shakespeare Music: William Dyrd, John Dowlan and Thomas Campcon Main Sports: Archery, bowling, cards, troco, wrestling and shittles
  3. Elizabeth I 7 September 1533-24 March 1603. The last monarch of the Tudor Dinasty. More tolerant than his father (Enrique VIII) Elizabeth improved the culture in her reign. In her reign the English Imperium started to broaden.
  4. Spanish Armada The Spanish Army tried to attack England. It was formed by 130 ships, 2431 canions and more than 30.000 men. The English Navy was formed by 230 ships, 2.000 canions and more than 20.000 men. The British beat the Spanish fleet (Armada Invencible) in 1588.
  5. The Black Death• The Black Death killed more than 25 million of people only in Europe.• The Yersinia Pestis (Name of the bacterium)• It’s believed that it began in Asia and later come to Europe in merchant ships and then rat spread it.
  6. The Black Death• The Black Death killed more than 25 million of people only in Europe.• The Yersinia Pestis (Name of the bacterium)• It’s believed that it began in Asia and later come to Europe in merchant ships and then rat spread it.

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