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Queen Elizabeth IIn England the period between the Gothic and Renaissance styles is knownas the Elizabethan age It reached its peak in the late 1500s toward the end of thelong reign of Queen Elizabeth I and is often considered the last phase of the long-lasting Tudor style Although the Elizabethan age produced a certain amount ofcharacteristic sculptures and paintings the Elizabethan style can best be seen in theperiods architecture The dramatic personality of Elizabeth became the subject of avoluminous literature Elizabethan Age However the literature coming out of thisperiod was also quite exceptional Among the many great writers and poets wereEdmund Spenser who wrote a very detailed piece about a feast for Elizabeth SirWalter Raleigh who wrote poems about Elizabeth and William ShakesphereElizabethan Writers The Gothic period preceding the Elizabethan age was basedvery much on religion Secular buildings sculpture stained glass illuminatedmanuscripts and other decorative arts were produced in Europe during the latterpart of the Middle Ages Since then the term Gothic has been restricted to the lastmajor medieval period immediately following the Romanesque Gothic Period The Renaissance following the Elizabethan age was a rebirth of scholarly interests It was based on the classics of art religion science and inventions philosophy andhumanism RenaissanceQueen Elizabeth I was a powerful political figure in English history Herbackground was definitely relative to her choice of words and her topics that sheused in When I Was Fair and Young Elizabeth was born in London onSeptember 7 1533 She spent her childhood away from the court and received anexcellent classical education under such scholars as Roger Ascham who influencedher greatly Plowden 7 Her exceptional education aided in many of her futuredecisions and successes In 1554 Elizabeth was imprisoned on the false charge of having beeninvolved in Wyatts rebellion She was later released having outwardly professedRoman Catholicism and regained Marys favor 11-12 Mary was her sister wholocked her up because she felt threatened by Elizabeth Mary falsely accusedElizabeth of aiding in a
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