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What was Elizabethan London like compared to jacobean London?

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2011-09-13 15:28:53
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I don't know what your meaning, like clothes or furniture. I know that the jacobean funiture was more rounded and had the popular claw and ball feet on the bottom of the tables and chairs, while Elizabethan was more squared or rounded and more decorated legs but normal feet on the bottoms.

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