What Does Elizabethan Mean?


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Elizabethan is basically a characteristic of attribute of Elizabeth I of England or her time in power. For the period of the period of influence of Elizabeth I, William Shakespeare was an Elizabethan.

During the time of power of Queen Elizabeth I, which took place from the year 1558 to 1603 was considered to be the Elizabethan Era. In the roots of English history as well as today it is very well known as the Golden age period. It was in during this time of the English Renaissance that English literature and poetry gained high levels of popularity and also the Elizabethan theatre and the name that has not died away for ages, William Shakespeare. Even during this era that they gained profits from the trans-Atlantic trade.

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