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What were the hobbies of Queen Elizabeth I?
July 31, 2014 8:53PM
The Hobbies of Queen Elizabeth I When Queen Elizabeth I was not busy tending to politics or diplomatic relations, she also indulged in pastimes and festivities. Like many aristocrats, Elizabeth loved to ride horses through the royal grounds. She was often accompanied by Robert Dudley, her Master of Horse and the man she supposedly loved. Elizabeth was also a Lady of the Renaissance, who had a flair for poetry and a love of music. She also loved bearbaiting, hawking, hunting and jousts.
the hobbies of elizabeth the 1st is horseriding, handwriting,bow and arrows, hunting,
jousting and loved music.
One of them was jousting
she really didnt have any hobbys execpt for quotes
what do u think of course she was queen her hobbies were knitting and writing books
Horseriding, translating, studying (especially languages and history), poetry, music, dancing.
Elizabeth I enjoyed horse riding, hawking, bear baiting, watching tennis, walking in her elaborate gardens, playing music on the virginals and the lute, singing, dancing (particularly dancingThe Volta), attending the theatre, studying, writing poetry, embroidery and games such as chess, backgammon and cards.