GCSE History Revision: Elizabethan England: Elizabeth's Court & Parliament

29th March 2018

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Everything you need to know about Elizabethan England: Elizabeth's Court & Parliament!

When Elizabeth became the Queen, she wanted to cement her place. Her links with parliament related to giving advice to the monarch, making decisions on taxes and weighing up which laws needed to be passed. There were also the pressures of navigating through the issues of war.

As the country was divided in their stance between Catholic and Protestant religious views, Elizabeth’s reign and the decisions she made was put under the microscope. Her role as a female leader needed to be asserted and not questioned. At times, she was seen to be weak and indecisive, particularly with her marriage.


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