Elizabethan Culture. By: Collin Stephens Travis Wilson - Obi Unichi - Jon Chen. What is elizabethan culture?. Elizabethan Culture. This era was named after the great Queen Elizabeth I. Considered the Golden age in English History. Music and Literature thrived.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Elizabethan Culture By: Collin Stephens Travis Wilson - Obi Unichi - Jon Chen
Elizabethan Culture • This era was named after the great Queen Elizabeth I. • Considered the Golden age in English History. • Music and Literature thrived. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD5hAX0L5_c
Elizabethan food • There food and drinks varied according to their wealth. • In early mid evil time meat was a sign of wealth. • They expanded the use of sugar. • Their food was generally purchased from small markets and fairs..
Food continued.. • Their food was generally purchased from small markets and fairs. Common drinks were wine and ale. • The water was not clean so no body drank it. • Honey was used to make a sweet alcoholic drink called Mead which was drank by all classes. • Ales were brewed with malt and water, while beer contained hops and had a bitter taste.
Women Over clothes • Gown • Separate sleeves • Ruff • Cloak • Shoes • Hat
What men wore • Doublet • Separate sleeves • Breeches • Belt • Ruff • Cloak • Shoes • Hat
REligion • Queen Mary Died • Elizabeth took over • There was a problem because the old queen was Catholic and the new queen was Protestant. • The new queen was not an extremist and allowed both sides to practice Catholicism and the protestant faith.
Religion cont.. • Two churches were presented to solve this problem • Elizabethan Catholic Churches and Elizabethan Protestant Churches. • The Protestant churches translated Bible from Latin To English; Catholic churches disagreed. • Followers didn’t know what Religion to follow. Failure to follow the favored religion could lead to great trouble. • Schools taught both religions because the queen never publicly announced what religion she was.
Science/Education • Science was becoming popular. • Galileo invented the first telescope to discover what was going on in the skies. • Science was also very controversial in the Church
Gender Roles • Men were superior over women • Education was given to people of nobility • Men worked and reigned superior, and women stayed home and kept up on the house. • Women had a Dowry when getting married. • Dowry-Anything a women owned was now apart of the marriage.
Gender Roles Con.. • If women were born into a noble family, they could learn different languages such as Latin, Greek, Italian, and French. • Noble women were not allowed to go to College • From birth Elizabethan women were taught to keep up the house • Gender roles were clearly defined.
Elizabethan Jobs • Bottler • Chaplain • Apothecary • Cordwainer • Spinster
Recreational Activities • The people of the Elizabethan times often created games and held tournaments. • Gambling • Bear and Bull Baiting • Hawking and Hunting • Plays and the Theatres • Fairs/Festivals • Banquets and Feasts all played a part in Elizabethan life.