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Elizabeth I. I may not be a lion, but I am a lion’s cub, and I have a lions’ heart. 1533 – 1603. Coronation. Childhood. Born 7 th September 1533 King Henry VIII Anne Boleyn. Childhood. Her stepmothers: Jane Seymour – son Edward Anne of Cleves Catherine Howard Catherine Parr.

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Elizabeth i

ElizabethI

I may not be a lion, but I am a lion’s cub, and I have a lions’ heart.

1533 – 1603


Elizabeth i

Coronation


Childhood

Childhood

  • Born 7th September 1533

  • King Henry VIIIAnne Boleyn


Childhood1

Childhood

Her stepmothers:

  • Jane Seymour – son Edward

  • Anne of Cleves

  • Catherine Howard

  • Catherine Parr


Education

Education

Scholars:

  • William Grindal

  • Roger Asham

    She could speak five languages fluently.


King edward vi

King Edward VI

  • King Henry VIII died in the January of 1547

  • 9 year old son Edward became

    a king

    • Edward Seymour became Protector of England

      his plot was to kidnap the Boy King


Wyatt rebellion 1554

Wyatt rebellion - 1554

  • Edward died 1553

  • Queen Mary I of England (Elizabeth’s half-sister)

  • Thomas Wyatt wanted to seize the throne

  • conspiracy with Elizabeth??

    sent to Tower of London

    thenWoodstock Manor in Oxfordshire

  • Philip of Spain


Reign

Reign

  • 17th November 1558

  • crowned on Sunday 15th January 1559

  • restored the coinage

  • the flourishing of the literary masterpieces

  • theaters and playhouses


M arriage

Marriage

  • Robert Dudley

    • Earl of Leicester

  • Francis

    • Duke of Alencon/Anjou

      Both impossible

      She is called The Virgin Queen


Mary queen of scots

Mary, Queen of Scots

  • Catholics: Elizabeth was illegitimate and had no right to the throne – Mary was rightful Queen of England

  • plots were made to make Mary queen

  • Mary was immediately imprisoned and kept for 20 years

  • executed at Fotheringay Castle on

    8th February 1587


Philip king of spain

Philip, King of Spain

  • the relationship changed – now enemies

  • execution of the Queen of Scots was the impuls

    • his mighty fleet was sent against England in summer 1588

  • the English defeated them

    • Elizabeth's popularity

      reached its top


Elizabeth i

†Richmond Palace on the 24th March 1603

England was a country torn apart byreligious squabbles – she turned it to one of the most powerful and prosperous countries in the world.


Lenka maturov

Lenka Maturová

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