Elizabeth Woodville was the queen consort of King Edward IV, which was a feat in itself, as she was the first commoner to marry a king of England. She was a central figure in the War of the Roses.
She was the mother of King Edward V, who died as a child in the Tower of London with his brother, Richard of Shrewsbury.
She was also the mother of Elizabeth of York, whose marriage to Henry Tudor was important as it provided the dynastic solution needed to end the War of the Roses. Henry Tudor became King Henry VII, and one of their sons was King Henry VIII.
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No. The Middle ages lasted from 410 AD to 1400 and Elizabethan England was when Queen Elizabeth I was in power in 1500's.
Tanner: A tannor was responsible for the upkeep of animal hides.
An Elizabeth is a name for a girl. It is Hebrew. It was very popular in the middle ages and is still one of the most popular names around. Elizabeth can be shortened to Eliza or Betsy.
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Yea it's definatly Gregory I
The period of time from 500 AD to 1500 AD is called the Middle Ages.
In the middle ages, monarchs lived in a variety of castles and palaces. Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II, has existed since 1705 (which might be considered the late middle ages).
I don't think it is possible to point to a person, or even a group of people, and say they were responsible for starting the Middle Ages. Historians cannot even agree on the date the Middle Ages started. Most say it was 476 AD, but some say it was 410, or 517, or some other date.
There was no explorers in the middle ages. When exploration started that is when the middle ages ended.