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Elizabeth I (1533 – 1603) was Queen regnant of England and Queen regnant of Ireland from 1558 until her death. The daughter of Henry V, she was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty.

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What was Queen Elizabeth's I's maiden name?


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What are all the symbols in the rainbow portrait?

The eyes and ears on her dress to show she is always watching and listening. The serpent on her arm to show wisdom.

The pearls in her necklace to show virginity.

The cross on her necklace to show she is christian.

The wing like things on her back to show that she is an angel.

The rainbow in hand shows she is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Her face is pale to show she is not common.

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How did they write playbills in Elizabethan times?

Alas, no playbills survive from the Elizabethan era, but we do know these few facts: The right to print playbills was a monopoly, at one time held by William Jaggard, later printer of Shakespeare's First Folio. Playbills for tragedies were printed in red ink. Scholars believe that the playbills would name the play and the performing company, and probably the lead actor, but not the playwright.

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Did Queen Elizabeth 1 get shot by a gun?

NO, this is depicted in Shekhar Kapur's 2007 film "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" in which Elizabeth is confronted by Anthony Babington with a pistol charged with powder but no shot (for some reason never explained). This is a total fiction, the real Babington Plot was thwarted while still at the planning stage.

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Henry VIII

Which of Henry's daughters finally restored order in England?

Mary did turn England Catholic again in 1554

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What leadership skills does Queen Elizabeth have?

she had no leadership

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How would you say you in Elizabethan times?

Thou, thy and you at a beginning of a sentence

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Who was Elizabeth 1 mom?

Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife.

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Why did men from the Elizabethan era wear tights?

that was the fashion before

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How would you say I in Elizabethan times?


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Why did Elizabethan women have so many children?

Elizabethan woman had a lot of children because many of the babies died young because of sickness and other things. Even with a lot of child births not all families were large. It was also considered a great honor for a woman to give birth. Also there was no reliable form of contraception so women usually became pregnant frequently.

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What is the queens zodiac sign?

Queen Elizabeth II was born April 21, 1926 and was born under the sign of Taurus (on the cusp of Aries).

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Did Queen Elizabeth I wear lots of jewelry?

Queen Elizabeth 1 loved pearls & worn tons of them. One rope pearl necklace was from her sister Mary, after she died. Her father loved peals too...Henry VIII.

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History of Spain

Why did the Spanish hate Queen Elizabeth?

The king asked her to marry him but she rejected and he was a roman catholic whilst she was a protestant. Also Elizabeth allowed English sailors like Francis Drake to capture and rob Spanish merchant ships, so understandably the Spanish were annoyed at having their goods stolen by 'English pirates'.

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What color dress did Queen Elizabeth wear at her wedding?

she was wearing an orange dress

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How long did Queen Elizabeth I reign?

Queen Elizabeth I of England was born on 7th September 1533, and was the daughter of Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn.

She came to the throne on the death of her half-sister Mary I on 17 November 1558. Elizabeth I died on 24 March 1603 having reigned for 44 years and 127 days.

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Does queen Elizebeth watch EastEnders?

Queen Elizabeth I was an avid fan in the television programme, yes. LOL

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Queen Victoria

How old was Queen Victoria when she died?

Queen Victoria died on 22nd January 1901, aged 81 years 7 months and 29 days. She reigned for 63 years.
Queen Victoria was 81 at the time of her death.
Well, I done alot of research for this and I have read over and over that she was 82!

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Who were the Tudor monarchs?

They were an English noble family, related to and allied with the Lancasters during the Wars of the Roses. After defeating and killing Richard III at the battle of Bosworth Field, Henry Tudor became King Henry VII and established the Tudor dynasty. His son Henry and his grandchildren Edward, Mary, and Elizabeth all ascended the throne.

Elizabeth I was the last Tudor sovereign, and was succeeded by her second cousin, King James VI of Scotland, son of Elizabeth's longtime rival Mary Queen of Scots.

King Henry VII - Born 28 January 1457, became Monarch 22 August 1485, Died 21 April 1509, ruled 23 years, 242 days

King Henry VIII - Born 28 June 1491, became Monarch 21 April 1509, Died 28 January 1547, ruled 37 years, 282 days

King Edward VI - Born 12 October 1537, became Monarch 28 January 1547, Died 6 July 1553, ruled 6 years, 159 days

*Lady Jane Grey - Born 1536/1537, ruled from 10 July to 19 July 1553, Died 12 February 1554, ruled 9 days. (granddaughter of Henry VII through his daughter Mary.)

Queen Mary I - Born 18 February 1516, became Monarch 19 July 1553, Died 17 November 1558, ruled 5 years, 121 days

Queen Elizabeth I - Born 7 September 1533, became Monarch 17 November 1558, Died 24 March 1603, ruled 44 years, 127 days.

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When did Queen Elizabeth I become queen?

Elizabeth I ascended the throne on November 17, 1558, at the age of 25. She inherited the throne of England from her half-sister, Queen Mary I.

She became Queen when Mary died and remained in power until her death on March 24, 1603.
Despite some dangerous moments whilst she was Princess Elizabeth, including being put in the Tower of London by order of her sister, Mary I; when Mary died, Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth I on 17 November 1558. Her coronation took place in Westminster Abbey, London, on 15 January 1559. She reigned for 45 years and died on 24 March 1603. As she died without issue, she was succeeded by a cousin, James VI of Scotland, son of Mary Queen of Scots. He became James I of England. Both James and Elizabeth were descended from the first Tudor king, Henry VII.
elizabeth became queen in 1558 after the death of queen Mary
November 17th, 1558 on the death of her half-sister Mary I

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Mary I of Scotland

What decryption method was used to decode Mary Queen of Scots treasonous cipher?

Mary used a substitution cipher, to decode Mary Queen of Scots cipher Frequency analysis was used.

That means looking for letters (or symbols) that have the same number of appearances in the cypher text as common letters in the language the plain text message is thought to be in. E is very common in english, so are the other vowels, you make some educated guesses and start to fill in words which gets you the meaning of more symbols and so on.

Treasonous is simply a matter of opinion. (She was quite possibly set up!)

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Do you have a secret admirer?

yes he writes the cutest luv notes

roses are red

violets are blue

no one can be as cute as u!

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What does A and R stand for in music?

Music A&RA&R is Artist and Recording basically they're the ones who are the talent seekers since they present the talent to the producer who determines if they're offered a contract. AnswerClose.

A&R stands for Artist and Repertoire. The A&R department scouts out the talent and then works to develop that talent.

And a producer is not the one "who determines if they're offered a contract." A music producer may work for a label or own an independent studio. He produces - makes - albums and demos. Most will work for anyone who has the money to pay, in many cases, exorbitant studio fees whether you have a record deal or not.

A contract, also called a recording contract or a record deal, is between the Artist (a.k.a. the talent) and the Label. The bigger the Label, the more likely they will be to tell you which producer to use, among other things.

The letter A stands for artists. The letter R stands for repertoire.

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