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Life in Elizabethan England Part 1

part 1

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fire
element of the choler humuour that determined a person's temper
dentristry
you get this from the barber surgeon
bear pits
form of entertainment when dogs were released on a chained-up bearand bets were placed on how fast the dogs could kill the bear
scurvy
a disease caused by the lack of vitamin C in a person's body
liver
considered to be the source of emotions
drugs, etc.
you get this from the apothecary
Madera
finest sugar comes from this place
12
age when girls could legally marry
"have the players in"
phrase that means the play would come directly to someone's home to be performed
between 11 A.M. and noon
when did people generally eat dinner?
Elizabethan Period
last half of the 16th century is called this
water
element of the phlegm humour that determined phlegmatic (slow, sluggish)
armor
you get this from the armorer
stomach
the seat of courage
public education
leaving the home to go to school
air
element of the blood humour that determined sanguine (jolly-ness)
tomatoes
tought to be poisonous by people of England
cloth
you get this from the mercer
The gowns were so long that they could not be seen.
Why were women's shoes unimportant?
Henry VIII
Elizabeth's father
brank
"bride's scold"- punishment for free-speaking woman; a metal piece with spikes was shoved into a woman's mouth, then she was draged into town to be jeered at and verbally abused by townspeople
1563
year when the plague outbreak in London was the worst the city had ever seen
cates
sweet cakes were called this
drunkard's cloak
punishment for public drunkeness- a person would have to wear only a barrel as their clothes while walking around town
horseshoes
you get this from the farrier
factor
personal staff member who does business for you in another country
Roger Ascham
Elizabeth's private tutor
gingerbread husbands
gingerbread men were called this and were eaten as special treats
from fleas of rats
How did humans contract the plague?
lack of sanitation
main cause of disease in England
stapler
in town, this person sells raw wool which is used to make clothes
pillory
had holes for the head and the hands and was a form of public punishment for criminals
14
age when boys could legally marry
wind (gas) or evil humours
What did they think that eating raw vegetables would produce?
books
you get this from the stationer or bookseller
saunders
sandalwood flavoring
suit of clothes
you get this from the tailor
coffee and tea
two drinks not used in Europe excdpt for medicinal purposes
arrows
you get this from the fletcher
iron work
you get this from the blacksmith
typhoid
a disease spread by improper sanitation
6 - 5:30
hours of the school day
an act from Parliament
What did a couple need to be able to be divorced in the Elizabethan Period?
hats
you get this from the milliner of hatter
steward
personal staff member who oversees the running of your estates
ducking stool
a woman was strapped into a chair and held under water for a determined amount of time; punishment for women who spoke too freely
stocks
held people convicted of public drunkeness until another punishment could be decided for them
almonds
common flavorings at this time
ready-made clothes
you get this from the draper
25
Elizabeth became queen when she was ____ years old
stye
remedy was to rub one's eye with the tail of a black tomcat
blood, phlegm, choler, and melancholy
the four humours
property of the husband
What was the status of a wife in an Elizabethan family?
tennis, bowls, and shuttlecock
three popular sports of the time
The Virgin Queen, Gloriana
nicknames for Elizabeth
bows
you get this from the bowyer
21
age when one comes of age
breeching
when a boy gets his first pair of pants (breeches) and no longer wears skirts
1603
year Elizabeth died
She flirted and made promises to men that she went back on.
How did Elizabeth use her unmarried status to her advantage?
spleen
the source of anger
earth
element of the melancholy humour that determines someone's sadness or lovesickness
petty school
the most elementary level of school
earache
remedy was to put a roasted onion in their ear
property of their parents that must be obedient like servants
What was the status of children in an Elizabethan family?
jerkins
men's vest-like shirts
She was unmarried.
one of Elizabeth's strengths in her position as queen of England
nurse
personal staff member who takes care of infants amd the young
ale
the drink of the Elizabethan period
portraits
you get this from the limner
shirts and smocks
you get this from the seamstress
criminals chained to the banks, severed heads on London Bridge
signs of brutality in England
legal service
you get this from the lawyer
daryole
cheesecakes were called this
6 PM
when did people generally eat dupper?
scurvy
remedy was to drink lots of lemon juice
man of business
personal staff member who looks after your investments
bubonic plague
also called the "Black Death"

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