The Importance Of The Elizabethan Age

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“I may not be a lion, but I am a lions cub, and I have a lion’s heart”. Queen Elizabeth proved these words by showing that although she was a woman, she could rule just like any man could. And although people disagreed with her way of thinking, she refused to compromise England's happiness for her own. But it was also being she could no longer acquire perfect happiness. Queen Elizabeth’s time of reign is often referred to as “The Golden Age”, or “The Elizabethan Age”. This is due to how much she cared for her subjects, and how well she ruled. She has shown conflict and compromise in her life because she was strong enough defy what everyone else thought, and did whatever she felt was right. Even if it conflicted with what everyone else thought was right for the country. Elizabeth refused to compromise England's happiness for her own, later causing a significant amount conflict in England. …show more content…
She was born on September 7, 1533 (“Queen”). When her mother, Anne, was pregnant with Elizabeth, all of her physicians said that Elizabeth was to be born a man (Harmon). Anne Boleyn had then gotten pregnant three more times, but all of the babies were lost before they were born (Starley). Henry had had enough. So he accused Anne Boleyn of high treason, and was sent to the Tower of London. When little princess Elizabeth was 3-years old when her mother, Anne Boleyn, was beheaded on May 19, 1536 (Abbot 31). After this, Henry never paid much attention to her, and she grew up without a mother figure to support

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