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Rich and Poor in Tudor times
Rich

Poor

 Made of bricks, wooden
frames
 Had chimneys
,fireplaces ,glass
windows
 Huge houses
 Lots of rooms
 Lots...
Poor Tudors
 There were many kinds of poor people
 People on the breadline
 The "deserving poor",
e.g. the very young, ...
Poor Tudors
 Poor Tudors life was harsh
 Poor people had to work long hours but still
couldn’t afford good houses to liv...
Poor Tudor
children
 poor children would have to work to earn money or
help around the
house

 Poor children didn’t go t...
Houses
 Poor people houses were like cottages
 They were made of daub (mud and animal dung)
 They had no servants
 The...
Clothes
 There clothes were shabby
 Some people made their own clothes out of poor
materials such as wool

 Lower class...
Clothes
 Working Women
Working women tended to wear shorter dresses than the
wealthy. They also rolled up their sleeves w...
Clothes
 Poor Tudor girls wore dark skirts, white blouses and bright
coloured waist coats

 Poor Tudor boys wore trouser...
Food
 Poor people in Tudor times didn’t eat much food
 They ate Vegetables and bean soup
 Sometimes they catch rabbit o...
Food
 Poor people ate bread made out of rye or ground acorns

 Sometimes they ate butter and egg
 The poor people drank...
Leisure
 Poor people enjoyed cock-fighting and bear baiting
 Poor children played with wooden hoops and balls made out
o...
Belongings
 2 straw mattresses
 1 table
 1 chair
 2 stools

 6 trenchers
 1 pig
 1 woolen cloak
Rich Tudors
 Rich people were Nobles, Bishops, Lords and Ladies
 Merchants, Yeoman and craftsmen were quite rich too
 T...
Houses
 Huge houses
 Rich people houses were made from bricks or wattle daub
 Houses had chimneys , fireplaces and glas...
Clothes
 Tudor England is famous for
its beautiful and ornate
clothing, particularly during
the reign of Queen Elizabeth ...
Women Clothes
 Head dress
 Corset - stiffened with wood
 Gown - split at the front to reveal the
kirtle. Sleeves were e...
Men Clothes
 Hat
 Doublet – tight-fitting
jacket that was stuffed and
then quilted

 Coat

 Breeches – tied at the
kne...
Clothes
Children Clothes
 Rich Tudor girls wore dresses that puffed out at the top of the skirt
 Boys wore girls clothes until t...
Tudor Jewellery
 Both men and women wore
jewellery

 They wore rings, chains, earrings
and decorated hats and belts in
s...
Food
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The main part of each meal was meat. They ate:
Beef
Lamb
Pork
Poultry
Rabbit
Deer
Goat
Wildfowl

...
Food
 Until the 1580’s, vegetables and fruit were less
popular. By the end of the century there were
many more vegetable ...
Food
 The rich people at bread made from flour

 The rich drank wine from France and Spain
Leisure
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

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The rich people enjoyed
Hunting
Playing Sports
Archery
Watching plays
Belongings
 3 beds
 4 feather
mattresses

 6 oak chests
 8 silver plates

 2 tapestries
 25 cows
 20 barrels of win...
Glossary
Craftsmen: people like tailors and goldsmiths
Yeomen: farm owners

Breadline:1:a queue of people waiting for free...
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Class 6A
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  1. 1. Rich and Poor in Tudor times
  2. 2. Rich Poor  Made of bricks, wooden frames  Had chimneys ,fireplaces ,glass windows  Huge houses  Lots of rooms  Lots of servants      Food  Venison (deer)  Wild boar  Swans  Vegetable  Bean soup  Sometimes rabbits Clothes  Made of:  Silk and velvet  Had shabby clothes  So less clothes Leisure     Houses Enjoyed: Hunting Playing sports Archery Watching Plays Cottages Made of daub No servants Have 1 or 2 rooms No chimneys , fireplaces, or glass windows  Enjoyed:  Cock fighting  Bear-baiting
  3. 3. Poor Tudors  There were many kinds of poor people  People on the breadline  The "deserving poor", e.g. the very young, the very old, and disabled people  Sturdy rogues: vagabonds and people who moved about looking for work
  4. 4. Poor Tudors  Poor Tudors life was harsh  Poor people had to work long hours but still couldn’t afford good houses to live or food to eat  Few of them could read and write  Peasants would often work in farmlands  The church would usually own the farmlands that the peasants worked on  Sometimes poor Tudors would work in the kitchens in palaces but some monarchs thought they were really dirty.
  5. 5. Poor Tudor children  poor children would have to work to earn money or help around the house  Poor children didn’t go to school, because they had to work  When they worked to help around the house, they would do jobs such as spinning wool and collecting eggs  To earn money, they would do jobs such as baking bread or making shoes
  6. 6. Houses  Poor people houses were like cottages  They were made of daub (mud and animal dung)  They had no servants  They had one or two rooms  There were no chimneys or fireplaces  There windows was a hole in the wall  They threw their rubbish in a bush  All they had for a toilet was a hole in the ground
  7. 7. Clothes  There clothes were shabby  Some people made their own clothes out of poor materials such as wool  Lower class people were only allowed to wear wool, linen and sheepskin  Men wore a hose of wool and tunic  Women wore a dress of wool, apron, cloth bonnet and linen scarf  They had so less clothes
  8. 8. Clothes  Working Women Working women tended to wear shorter dresses than the wealthy. They also rolled up their sleeves when working. Their clothes were made out of wool.  Working Men Working men wore loose fitting tunics and shirts made of woolen cloth. They also wore shirts that were made of wool rather than silk or linen. They wore boots on their feet
  9. 9. Clothes  Poor Tudor girls wore dark skirts, white blouses and bright coloured waist coats  Poor Tudor boys wore trousers pulled in at the shin, brightly coloured socks, a shirt and a waist coat  Shoes were made of leather. High shoes were fashionable for both men and women. The toes were squared off and there was braid decoration down the front
  10. 10. Food  Poor people in Tudor times didn’t eat much food  They ate Vegetables and bean soup  Sometimes they catch rabbit or poach fish  If they went to market they would buy beef Vegetable and bean soup
  11. 11. Food  Poor people ate bread made out of rye or ground acorns  Sometimes they ate butter and egg  The poor people drank ale, cider or buttermilk.
  12. 12. Leisure  Poor people enjoyed cock-fighting and bear baiting  Poor children played with wooden hoops and balls made out of pigs bladders
  13. 13. Belongings  2 straw mattresses  1 table  1 chair  2 stools  6 trenchers  1 pig  1 woolen cloak
  14. 14. Rich Tudors  Rich people were Nobles, Bishops, Lords and Ladies  Merchants, Yeoman and craftsmen were quite rich too  They had good houses  They could read and write  They ate lots of meat  They wore clothes made of silk and velvet
  15. 15. Houses  Huge houses  Rich people houses were made from bricks or wattle daub  Houses had chimneys , fireplaces and glass windows  There are lots of servants  They have lots of rooms  They had tapestries hung on the wall to keep out draughts
  16. 16. Clothes  Tudor England is famous for its beautiful and ornate clothing, particularly during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I  They wore clothes made of silk and velvet  The clothes of the wealthy were decorated with jewels and embroidered with gold thread  Middle class people like traders and craftsmen wore plainer versions of these outfits
  17. 17. Women Clothes  Head dress  Corset - stiffened with wood  Gown - split at the front to reveal the kirtle. Sleeves were either sewn in or tied on  Kirtle - the main underskirt, coloured at the front
  18. 18. Men Clothes  Hat  Doublet – tight-fitting jacket that was stuffed and then quilted  Coat  Breeches – tied at the knee with laces
  19. 19. Clothes
  20. 20. Children Clothes  Rich Tudor girls wore dresses that puffed out at the top of the skirt  Boys wore girls clothes until they were nine. Then they could wear trousers that pulled in at the shin, a shirt and maybe a waist coat with gold embroidery  Children usually wore mini versions of their parents clothes
  21. 21. Tudor Jewellery  Both men and women wore jewellery  They wore rings, chains, earrings and decorated hats and belts in semi precious stones
  22. 22. Food          The main part of each meal was meat. They ate: Beef Lamb Pork Poultry Rabbit Deer Goat Wildfowl  Rich people even ate swans!  Everyone, by law, ate fish, not meat, on Fridays and during Lent.
  23. 23. Food  Until the 1580’s, vegetables and fruit were less popular. By the end of the century there were many more vegetable and fruit gardens, and many new varieties were available, but only for the rich  From Europe it came raspberries and gooseberries  From America came pepper, pumpkins and potatoes
  24. 24. Food  The rich people at bread made from flour  The rich drank wine from France and Spain
  25. 25. Leisure      The rich people enjoyed Hunting Playing Sports Archery Watching plays
  26. 26. Belongings  3 beds  4 feather mattresses  6 oak chests  8 silver plates  2 tapestries  25 cows  20 barrels of wine
  27. 27. Glossary Craftsmen: people like tailors and goldsmiths Yeomen: farm owners Breadline:1:a queue of people waiting for free food given out by a government agency or a charity organization Merchants: A person who buys and sells commodities for profit , dealers Deserving Poor: the very young, the very old, and disabled people Vagabonds: Vagabonds are homeless people who traveled road begging or stealing Monarch: a hereditary sovereign, as a king, queen, or emperor
  28. 28. The end Presented by: Hams Yasser Class 6A
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