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What is the Elizabethan age?

The Elizabethan Age was a period in English history when Queen  Elizabeth I ruled. It lasted from 1558 to 1603 and has been  considered by historians as the golden age in En (MORE)

What is an Elizabethan Masque?

The Green Show at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival recreates the dance and music of the Court. The masque was a popular entertainment in the Elizabethan and Stuart courts. Masq (MORE)

What is has in Elizabethan English?

Shakespeare's language was English, and "has" is "has". An example is "Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look: he thinks too much: such men are dangerous." (Julius Caesar). S (MORE)

What is an Elizabethan litter?

A litter as used in Elizabethan times (and both before and after) is a form of unwheeled transport. It was used primarily to carry ladies of high rank and was similar to a sed (MORE)

What did the flags on Elizabethan playhouses mean?

There is an oft-repeated story that they used to fly different coloured flags at the Globe theatre (and, one presumes, at the other playhouses) to let potential audience membe (MORE)

What magical creatures did the Elizabethans believe in?

Dragons, Witches and Demons... Answers Depends on which part of the population you're referring to. The bulk of the population (just like today) believes in pretty much anythi (MORE)

What did Elizabethan daughters do in the day time?

she would sit in the corner and wait for her one true love like  princess fiona in shrek  +++  While their options and education were limited, they didn't just  sit in cor (MORE)