Elizabeth I: Gender, Religion and Politics
- How Official History Lies. BELLOC, HILAIRE // America;7/14/1934, Vol. 51 Issue 14, p318
The article explores the errors of the official history in England in connection with the Catholic Church between sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It mentions that the Catholics were considered an eccentric body comprising of small numbers at the end of Queen Elizabeth's regime. The author...
- A Switch of Language: Elizabeth I's Use of the Vernacular as a Key to her Early Protestantism. Booth, Ted W. // Journal of Anglican Studies;May2013, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p100
From childhood Elizabeth was trained in the 'New Learning' and brought up under Protestant influences. Her juvenilia attest to this immersion in Protestant and humanist education. The youthful Elizabeth often wrote formal Latin letters in the style of the mediaeval ars dictaminis replete with...
- 5: ROLLICKING ROYAL FACTS. // Calliope;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p1
The article focuses on several facts related to kings and rulers which include, Elizabeth I, Queen of England who placed, taxes on men's beards, Istana Nurul Iman as the largest palace around the world and Denmark as the oldest kingdom in the world.
- THE QUEEN'S SPEECH TO HER LAST PARLIAMENT, NOVEMBER 30, 1601. Lubbock, Percy // Book of English Prose;1/ 1/1913, p5
The article presents a speech by Elizabeth, Queen of England, delivered at the Parliamentary House, November 30, 1601, in which she discussed her gratitude to the Parliament and to the people and stated that she governed the state with right justice.
- CHAPTER IX. THE IRISH AND THE TUDORS.--ELIZABETH.--THE UNDAUNTED NOBILITY.--THE SUFFERING CHURCH. Thebaud, Aug. J. // Irish Race in the Past & the Present;3/1/2006, p174
Chapter 9 of the book "Irish Race in the Past and the Present," by Augustus J. Thebaud is presented. It explores the Act of Supremacy to be passed in Ireland on January 12, 1559 during the second year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England. It likewise highlights the attempt of the legal...
- Beara - Breifne - Compostela: derrota, huida y exilio de la nobleza de Munster. h-Éaluithe, Adrian Ó. // OceÃ¡nide;2010, Issue 2, p1
By 1602 the old Gaelic Clan order in Ireland was being overturned. The Irish and Spanish coalition had been destroyed by the Forces of Elizabeth I and the English forces advanced westwards towards the territory of Donal Cam O Sullivan Beare. Forced to abandon his strongholds at Dursey and...
- CHAPTER X. ENGLAND PREPARED FOR THE RECEPTION OF PROTESTANTISM--IRELAND NOT. Thebaud, Aug. J. // Irish Race in the Past & the Present;3/1/2006, p194
Chapter 10 of the book "Irish Race in the Past and the Present," by Augustus J. Thebaud is presented. It explores the spiritual supremacy of Queen Elizabeth I of England who aimed to establish Protestantism in Ireland. It likewise highlights the unpreparedness of the Irish people to accept...
- ELIZABETH THE WRITER. Marcus, Leah S. // History Today;Oct2000, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p36
Presents information on the skills of the late Queen Elizabeth I of England as a writer and speaker. Problems in the preservation of her speeches; Information on her literary activities; Excerpts from her poems; Description of her letters.
- Now and Then. Furtado, Peter // History Today;May2003, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p2
Introduces a series of articles on the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England.