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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 the many BasicInformation She enjoyed theater very much and tried to influence this businessto her people. She was very fond of Shakespeares theatrical performancesand the talented script-writer/actor used the life/of Queen Elizabeth I into the scenes of his plays. She was known for her seriousness and how shehad no womanly weakness. She also was a quicklearner, intelligent, and wasable to speak four languages: Italian, Greek, Latin, and French. Her father had sent her away when she was three when her mother was beheaded. The charges wasof adultery and treason. Accomplishments During her reign, the religion of Christianity played a large role in her life. She became supreme governor of a church and a law stated that anyone who missed church on Sunday would be punished by paying a fine. Citations Timeline After King Henry VIII died, his third wife, CatherineParr, married Thomas Seymour who tried to take over the throne but was unsuccessful and died March 20, 1549. He was beheaded for treason and the fact that he was trying to marry Elizabeth I. Queen Elizabeth I went through hardships when she declared herself a single woman. People were worried that if she could not produce any heirs, Mary, Queen of Scots, would inherit the throne. She was approached bymany men to form alliances with England which include Philip II of Spain, Archduke Charles of Austria, Erik XIV, King of Sweden; Henry, Duke dAnjou, François, and Duke dAlençon of France but she declined the offers of marriage and died childless on March 24, 1603 ending the Tudor reign. After Mary Is death in 1558, Elizabeth I acquired the throne there were many changes made. She made a better advisory body which included Catholics and Non-Catholics and fixed governmental problems. Mary I took the throne after her fathers death on January 28, 1547 by force and when she became the Queen of England; she saw her sister as a threat and imprisoned her. She had an interest in Reformation which played a major in reshapingthe nation. Reformation is the religious movement in the 16th century that had for its object, the reform of the Roman Catholic Church, and that led to the establishment of the Protestant churches. Elizabeth I was born on September 7, 1533 in Greenwich, England to King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Greenblatt, Stephen J. "Elizabeth I | Biography - Queen of England." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, 6 Apr. 2014. Web. 21 Dec. 2014. Chetrit, Alicia, and Dalia, Lipman. "Queen Elizabeth I "Relationship to Shakespeare" Web. 21 Dec. 2014. The Elizabethan Era, 1558 to 1603, began with the aid of Queen Elizabeth I. She popularized Shakespeare's works due to her interest in theater. Last Queen of the TudorDynasty, Elizabeth I Eakens, Lara E. "The Tudor Monarchs." The Tudor Monarchs. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Dec. 2014.
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