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A true and exact account of the wars with Spain, in the reign of Q. Elizabeth (of famous memory): being the particulars of what happened between the English and Spanish fleets, from the years toshewing the expeditions, attempts, fights, designs, escapes, successes, errors, &c.
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In Januarythe king declared war on Spain to show Catholics that Spain was using religion as a cover for an attack on the French state—and to show Protestants that his conversion had.
A spellbinding novel about Elizabeth I from the internationally bestselling author of the Guenevere and Tristan and Isolde trilogies. Publicly declared a bastard at the age of three, daughter of a disgraced and executed mother, last in the line of succession to the throne of England, Elizabeth I inherited an England ravaged by bloody religious conflict, at war with Spain4/5().
The portraiture of Elizabeth I illustrates the evolution of English royal portraits in the Early Modern period from the representations of simple likenesses to the later complex imagery used to convey the power and aspirations of the state, as well as of the monarch at its head.
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Mary had almost disagreeing religious people burned at the stake, which are recorded in John Foxe's Book of Martyrs.
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Extravagant, whimsical, and hot-tempered, Elizabeth was the epitome of power, both feared and admired by her enemies. Dubbed the "pirate queen" by the Vatican and Spain's Philip II, she employed a network of daring merchants, brazen adventurers, astronomer philosophers, and her stalwart Privy Council to anchor her throne—and in doing so, planted the seedlings of an empire/5(57).
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The story began inwhen Spain and Portugal divided the New World between them, with the Pope’s approval. He drew a line down the Atlantic, between the Americas and Africa, so that North and South America fell to Spain, except for the eastern corner of South America (Brazil), which fell to the Portuguese.
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Elizabeth I came to the throne at a time of insecurity and unrest. Rivals threatened her reign; England was a Protestant island, isolated in a sea of Catholic countries. Spain plotted an invasion, but Elizabeth’s Secretary, Sir Francis Walsingham, was prepared to do whatever it took to protect s: During her year reign, England’s Elizabeth I carefully cultivated her public image.
She did such a good job of managing it that nearly years after her rise to power, her imperial majesty. There is preserved at Townley, of which beautiful place Whitaker gives a charming account, an unbroken series of portraits from John Townley, Esq.
in the reign of Elizabeth to the present time. See Leland's Itinerary, i. 96 and v. ; Whitaker's Whalley, ; and for the extinct branches of Hurstwood Hall, [,] p. ; and of. A summary of the Spanish Armada.
In the late 16th century, Spain was the most powerful empire in the known world. Spain's king, Philip II, ruled much of the New World. and much of western Europe.
The reign that was to see major changes both in the country and Commonwealth and in the role of the monarchy began far away from Britain in a game reserve in Kenya.
Elizabeth: A Celebration in Photographs, looks at this remarkable period in the history of Britain’s monarchy in lavish and fascinating detail, featuring over photographs.
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The rest of Europe ignored Pius’s call for a new crusade. In fact, the Queen of England, Elizabeth I, through her spymaster, Sir Francis Walsingham, actively enlisted the aid of the Turks in her wars against Spain. France had openly traded with the Turks for years and as recently as had drawn up an extensive commercial treaty with them.
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