Elizabeth I Setting & Symbolism

Anne Somerset
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Greenwich Palace

Greenwich Palace is the home of King Henry VII and the site of the Royal Court.

Hatfield

Hatfield is the royal residence where Mary and Elizabeth lived as children.

Tower of London

Tower of London is a prison and royal residence in London.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland which is ruled by Mary Queen of Scots and then James.

Newhaven

Newhaven is in Northern England where the British troops were stationed where they contracted the plague.

Kirk o'Field

Kirk o'Field is a royal residence outside of Edinburgh where Darnley, husband of Mary Queen of Scots, was killed.

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is one of the royal residences in England.

The North Country

The North Country is in Northern England and was the site of a rebellion in 1569. The rebellion was subdued by the Earl of Sussex.

The United Provinces

The United Provinces are a...

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