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13 Facts About Elizabethan
In popular culture, the image of those adventurous Elizabethan seafarers was embodied in the films of Errol Flynn.
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Elizabethan England was not particularly successful in a military sense during the period, but it avoided major defeats and built up a powerful navy.
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Elizabethan Age was an age of plots and conspiracies, frequently political in nature, and often involving the highest levels of Elizabethan society.
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Elizabethan argues that the Spanish army was larger, more experienced, better-equipped, more confident, and had better financing.
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Elizabethan led another voyage to the Americas the following year, but nothing was heard of him or his ships again.
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Elizabethan's was not able to get an unmarried clergy or the Protestant Holy Communion celebrated to look like a Mass,.
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Elizabethan's spent the rest of her reign ferociously fending off radical reformers and Roman Catholics who wanted to modify the Settlement of Church affairs: The Church of England was Protestant, "with its peculiar arrested development in Protestant terms, and the ghost which it harboured of an older world of Catholic traditions and devotional practice".
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Elizabethan refounded many former monastic schools—they are known as "King's schools" and are found all over England.
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Elizabethan's explained "I keep the good will of all my husbands – my good people – for if they did not rest assured of some special love towards them, they would not readily yield me such good obedience", and promised in 1563 they would never have a more natural mother than she.
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