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guards and soldiers
they were people who made weapons
early Elizabethan weapons included the arbalest (a crossbow), battle axe, dagger and its various types, halberd, longbow, mace, pike, and spear among others.
They forged and sharpened weapons and repaired armor.
I and U are missing from the Elizabethan alphabet.
The two periods in William Shakespeares lifetime, were the Elizabethan period and the Jacobean Period The two periods in William Shakespeares lifetime, were the Elizabethan period and the Jacobean Period The two periods in William Shakespeares lifetime, were the Elizabethan period and the Jacobean Period The two periods in William Shakespeares lifetime, were the Elizabethan period and the Jacobean Period
During the Middle Ages, which included the reign of Elizabeth I, almost all men carried weapons in the form of knives and/or swords.
Christianity was the major religion in Elizabethan times.
The Elizabethan era was the Elizabethan era. It was the time when England became Protestant and the Renaissance became established in England. The Romantic era extended into the Victorian Era. They were two different Queens and two different eras.
Everyone . That is one reason people shake hands to show they don' t have a weapon in their hands.
Protestant and Catholic
Poo and poo
In Elizabethan England, the only real main religion was Christianity. However, that can be divided into Catholics and Protestants.
You have to indicate what "these two scenes" are.
The Gray's Inn and Whitehall
No or it wouldn't be called "Elizabethan" it would have been called the middle ages. Two different time periods.
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theft and murder
just buy a dagger from a store and then you will have two weapons.
if you have two weapons then just press Y.
Pre-Elizabethan was the time Queen Elizabeth I lived. It was also called the Elizabethan time.
The sackbut was a type of trombone. The hautboy was a primitive oboe.
The Elizabethan Era and the English Renaissance
A comic foil is an Elizabethan tragedy.