Beware, Princess Elizabeth Setting & Symbolism

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Letter to Mary

When Elizabeth learns she is to be transported to the Tower, she writes Mary a letter begging to see her and plead her case. Mary ignores the request.

Prayer Book

Elizabeth has a prayer book that Edward gave her that she likes to wear around her waist. However, Mary tells Elizabeth that she can no longer wear the book because it is a symbol of the Protestant faith.

Gold Ring

Elizabeth is given a gold ring as a symbol of Mary's decision to name her her successor on her death bed.

Kat's Cabinet

Items that suggest a rebellion against Queen Mary are found in a cabinet belonging to Kat, causing her to be arrested and held a second time.

Device for the Succession

Device for the Succession is a document John Dudley claimed King Edward composed on his death bed that strikes Mary and Elizabeth...

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