Later monarchs, including Elizabeth I also availed themselves of this facility.
Acclaimed mezzo-soprano Anne Mason and soprano Sarah Rhodes will portray Scotland's doomed queen and her royal rival, Elizabeth I respectively.
Queen Elizabeth I crushes a Catholic uprising in the north of England.
In the late 16th century, Queen Elizabeth I declared an addition to the "Sumptuary Laws", designed to regulate what people of various classes were allowed to wear.
Queen Elizabeth I was famous for her red hair, which for most of her reign was in fact a wig.
Although Henry VIII executed many more people during his reign than his daughter did, the Protestant reign of Mary's younger sister Queen Elizabeth I far outlasted her own, and history is typically written by the victors.
Spenser's The Faerie Queene is an epic poem that was written as an allegory to praise Queen Elizabeth I.
Queen Elizabeth I enjoyed the poem so much that she awarded Edmund Spenser with a 50 pound a year pension for life.
Queen Elizabeth I was the basis for the Faerie Queene and her name was Gloriana and so the connection was easily made.
Queen Elizabeth I was a member of the Tudor era of which the Faerie Queene celebrated without fail as in the tradition of Aeneid's writings of Rome during the time of Augustus Caesar.
The Faerie Queene herself is a direct characterization of Queen Elizabeth I.
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