What was religion like in the 18th century England?
rubbish, people killed people died people be people people people
The same as today, corrupt.
The aristocracy and those like them who had inherited land
Looks like someone has some art history test banks to do.
It was the Qing Dynasty. The Yongzheng and Qianlong emperor ruled China in the 18th century
following are the some of the images of 18th century model trading ship.please have a look at the following:
It was ruled by King George the Third and Parliament, and was so badly governed people moved and founded America. It was also dirty.
Art in the 18th century was very complex. The visual art for example was full of ornate and very detailed features.
The French currency in the 18th century was the franc. Some coins were named by old names like the Louis (the largest coin).
He was younger than he was in the 17th century and alive, which he was not in the 18th or 19th centuries.
100 years just like any other century It went from 1600 to 1700 and from there it was the 18th century
It was Catholic
micronesian people in the late 18th century look exactly like a monkey
1700-1799 in which I know, in the 18th century, the ballerini brothers were italian catholic theologians and canonists. Girolamo Ballerini died April 32 1781. Pietro Ballerini died March 28 1769. Actually, the 18th century (like any other century for that matter) begins at year one, so it would be 1701-1800. 1700 is still the 17th century.
They were like typical 18th century clothes unless the plays were from other countries
19th. 00-999 was the first century...(just like c++, start counting from zero).
The Dutch were active in the slave trade mostly in the 17th and the first half of the 18th century, together with countries like England, France, Spain and Portugal. After that, the English practically monopolized the transatlantic slave trade.
Church of England.
Mainly it all consisted of protein--a lot of meat--and in very large portions.
The tuxedo is a 19th century men's wear term. See the related link for more information about the term and the history of the tuxedo.
What life was like in 14th-century England
What life was like in 14th century England
It has been represented by the Greek letter "π" since the mid-18th century.
life was like a box of chocolates. The majority of people were black.
women were treated like slaves they would do all the house work and what the man said
it was a holiday for the criminals they found it fantastic for them but they didnt known they were gonna get exicuted
That would be the 20th Century. To figure out centuries, it's always a number up. Like the 1500's is the 16th century, 1600's are the 17th, 1700's are the 18th and so on and so on.
The philosophes were the public intellectuals of the Enlightenment period that took place in the 18th century. Having a distrust of organized religion, they supported the study of science, history, and politics as well as things like social issues and economics. They encouraged tolerance and advocated progress.
18th Century American Economy It was an agricultural economy. In the South it was based on slave labor. Industry was still small, many producers were still craft based, ie. the local smith. Trade with England was important and English capital was very important to develop industry. 18th century America wasn't as equal as in 17th century America, but the settlers in the New World were still far more prosperous than the average citizen in England… Read More
The first English style saddle was seen in India 2nd century B.C. During the 18th century the style became popular and were more like they are today.
There are LOTS of different designs dating back to the 18th century. See the links below.
The very first sink was made in the 18th century. When it was first created, it looked a lot like it does today.
She killed over 300 protestants because they weren't the same religion as she wanted England to be at the time. However now in England we can be what ever religion we like.
It was first the Church of England which was like the Catholic Church and then the protestants but they were not treated so well for their not following the teachings of the King's religion which is why they headed for America.
the spanish dressed in banana peels in the 18th century. in the 19th century they used coffee grounds as shampoo. nowadays they make their clothes out of pig skin.
the puritans- all about religion
i think that in the country it has more space and acres. The country also has more deer and wildlife, and there are more trees most of the time. In the city there are more malls and restaurants and buildings and stuff like that.
There was an actual Riot Act in England in the 18th Century. Since then, it's become a phrase to claim that you'll "read the riot act" when someone is becoming unruly.
marriages in those days were arranged by the parents. mainly young women didn't like this, they wanted to pick their own husbands, which lend to conflict within the families.
run into a shop wearing 18th century clothes and ask what the date it and start shouting 'IT WORKED, IT WORKED' LIKE YOU HAVE TIME TRAVELLED
was not great because world of warcraft was not around
Christianity was the Religion of all of Europe at that time and even till now. England is Protestant where France, Spain, Italy, some of Germany etc are Catholic
Religions tend to change slowly over time, and so geography tends to matter more than history to a question like this. That is to say that it makes a big difference whether you are talking about 14th century religion in Italy or Arabia or India or China or Japan or somewhere on the Guinea coast. But if you are talking about the religion in one place, say Verona in Italy, the predominate religion in the… Read More
reform. Like in the 18th century all the philosophers were trying to get the governments and monarchies to reform
In the 18th Century, African Americans were considered lesser people or not people at all. The African Americans of this time were usually treated as property and worked like slaves.
how am i supposed to noe? wuz i alive? no! so ha!
Life was very different during the 18th century than it is today. Medical science was almost non existent, and the average life expectancy was as low as 30 or 40 years old in some areas.
First answer: My guess British, but there is no way to know since recording devices didn't exist. Second answer: I would have to disagree. At least not modern British. The American accent sounds closely to Cornish, and western England like Somerset and Devon, in the way we pronounce our "R's" called rhotic. In the 17th century most of England had a dialect like that of western England until the turn of the 18th century, when… Read More
The eighteenth century was during the Enlightenment era. So there was probably lots of coffee shops and salons. On the flip side, peasants were always the main population, so the city was full of them as well.
Sir geof kneller was a painter in the 18th century who painted mainly portraitas of establishment figures like john graydon.