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    Influence When Elizabeth 1 became queen of England, she understood the importance of controlling the way she was portrayed. With this control in her hands. Elizabeth created a mythical image of herself that subjects embraced also glorified. Elizabeth wasn’t just the queen, she was a great artist, but more importantly, her strong personality influenced along with inspired the arts, including the culture of England to reach new heights. Elizabeth became the Imperial Votaress in the center of an artistic circle of writers, including painters that bloomed into what became known as the "Golden Age". She was a queen in a male dominated society. The victories that lead the Brittan to her personal qualities, which made her stand out from…

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    England was reigned over by Elizabeth I daughter of Henry VIII, of the Tutor dynasty. This well-known era was called Elizabethan era. In 1558 Mary I daughter of Henry VII and Catherine of Aragon, died, and her half-sister Elizabeth I became ruler of England. England thrived under Elizabeth I, her subjects thought that she was the best ruler of all time. Elizabeth was a kind, fiery sort of person, with a good head on her shoulders. Although many loved her, some devout Catholics did…

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    Calendar (August 19, New Calendar), 1588 by Queen Elizabeth I of England. She gave this speech to the land forces at Tilbury in Essex in preparation for the expected invasion by the Spanish Armada. Queen Elizabeth I wanted to motivate her troops to ready for battle, as well as, to establish herself as a worthy sovereign for whom her people should be willing to fight, dispelling any thoughts about a weak woman who should be less than a King. Queen Elizabeth I of England was one of the most…

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    meant Elizabeth I was now surrounded by new advisers she didn’t know if she could trust; the issue of succession which posed a threat to the Tudor dynasty. In order to assess the seriousness of these problems that Elizabeth I was facing at the end of her reign it is necessary to look at whether these problems posed a direct threat to her life, the Tudor dynasty or the legitimacy of…

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    purpose the text has is that Queen Elizabeth broke the gender roles and revealed to the world that a woman can be a powerful and influential ruler. This section dealt with women being in power by assuming the throne of their country and ruling as its’ queen, so that is why this text conveys this purpose to show how Elizabeth broke the gender roles barrier and became a magnificent queen who brought prosperity to England by devoting herself to England. During this century women were not people who…

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    Queen Elizabeth I was an important monarchial leader who greatly reformed and helped England to thrive. Born on September 7, 1533 in Greenwich England, she was the daughter of King Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. The role of women was very insignificant during the time of Elizabeth’s period. They were expected to be housewives and mothers. Women during this time frame were considered to be weak, and it was always thought to be that women needed someone to take care of them, such as…

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    Elizabeth I: A New Kind of Monarch Queen Elizabeth I once advised, “Do not tell secrets to those whose faith and silence you have not already tested.” This demonstrates the value she placed on trust in order to successfully rule. Elizabeth ruled England for almost seventy years, from 1533 until her death in 1603. Elizabeth I’s wide acceptance for all people, her passionate support for all forms of art, her implementation of the new Anglican church, and her dedication to her people drew England…

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    Queen Elizabeth The princess Elizabeth was born at Greenwich in September 7th, 1533 and was crowned Queen Elizabeth I of England in January 1559 . Her parents were King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. She was one of greatest queen in England, a bright star who sparkled both the nation and the world. The achievement of Queen Elizabeth has lasted nearly four centuries and it’s easy to see why. She reigned for 45 tumultuous year, the Spanish Armada was defeated by her ships in her time. The fleet was…

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    In early modern England there were many revolutionary changes to politics and justice. Elizabeth I, the queen of England from 1558 to her death in 1603, was graced with intelligence and strength in the hard times of this period. The Speech to the Troops at Tilbury is one of the many examples of Queen Elizabeth creating a unified state under a strong English sovereign. The speech was given on August 9th, 1588, to a military group assembled at Tilbury, preparing for the invasion by the Spanish…

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    At last Elizabeth was made queen, but just like any ruler, she had issues arise. One of the issues Elizabeth faced was that she was unmarried and still a virgin. Her nickname up until this day is still The Virgin Queen. This created a problem, because she was the last of the Tudor dynasty. So if she did not produce an heir to the throne, her family’s reign would be over. Elizabeth had many suitors after her hand in marriage. Some of which included King of Spain, Sir William Pickering, John…

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