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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.

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    1. Elizabethan Culture By: Collin Stephens Travis Wilson - Obi Unichi - Jon Chen

    2. What is elizabethan culture?

    3. 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

    4. 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..

    5. 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.

    6. Women Over clothes • Gown • Separate sleeves • Ruff • Cloak • Shoes • Hat

    7. What men wore • Doublet • Separate sleeves • Breeches • Belt • Ruff • Cloak • Shoes • Hat

    8. 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.

    9. 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.

    10. 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

    11. 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.

    12. 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.

    13. Elizabethan Jobs • Bottler • Chaplain • Apothecary • Cordwainer • Spinster

    14. 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.