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Year 13 An Inspector Calls 2012
Yr 13 Waiora and Purupuruwhetu
Yr 13 'The Importance of being Earnest
Yr 13 The Crucible
Yr 13 Daughter's of Heaven 2011
Yaer 12 Shakespare Macbeth 2012
Yr 12 Mt Taylor Taurere Myth
Yr 12 (2011) Mt Taylor Myth
Yr 12- Will's Twins
Yr 12 Romeo and Juliet
Yr 12 Revision
Year 12 (2011) Shakespeare
Yr 12 The Tempest
Yr 11 Revision
Yr11 Melodrama Research Page 2012
Across The Barricades
Pygmalion Yr 11 2011
Yr10 Drama Shakespare 2012
Yr 10 Shakespeare Study 2010
Myths and Legends of the Pacific
Myths and Legends of the Pacific 2011
Junior Theatre History
Yr10 Shakespeare 2011
Year 10 Drama Theatre Practitioners Assignment 2011
Yr 10 Shakespeare Study 2010
mrs stones yr 10 smarties class
Science And Great Wheel Of Forrtune
Religon, Social, Political & Economical of London England in 1560-1642
Clothing in the Elizibethan Era
by livvy :)
guilds. by livvy :)
Hey Everyone All Set Up From Ross :)
City Of London :
Architecture of the Elizabethan Era
Jobs of that period of time.
building styles according to Status
Areas and Neighbourhoods
Play house locations
Geography (Famous Parts of the city)
Architecture of the Elizabethan Era :
Classical Design - elements of Roman and Greek architecture styles with symmetrical lines
Elizabethan architecture of Elizabethan mansions
Elizabethan architecture of Upper and Lower class houses - Black & White half timbered designs
Architecture of Elizabethan Theatres
The Architecture of Elizabethan Theatres - think of a public outdoor structure like the Coliseum or a small rugby stadium with an area able to hold between 1500 and 3000 people and this gives you a good idea about the architecture of an Elizabethan theatre built the very first theatre with his brother-in-law John Brayne named 'The Theatre'. The architecture of 'The Theatre' was designed as a construction which was similar to a small Roman amphitheatre - the Elizabethan Amphitheatre. The features of the existing blood sport rings were used with the addition of a fixed stage. The other important feature was the cobbled yard, as opposed to the ground suited to animals.
The Rose Theater
Adverage Elizabethan Home
By Ross :) Well done Ross! What a great start!
Map Of Elizibethan London Geography. Ross
Agas map used by permission of the Guildhall Library
Map of London, 1653
Detail of 17th century map of London
A panorama of London by
Claes Van Visscher
, 1616. Old St Paul's had lost its spire by this time. The two theatres on the foreground (Southwark) side of the Thames are The Bear Garden and The Globe. The large church in the foreground is St Mary Overie, now Southwark Cathedral.
File:London panorama, 1616b.jpg
London City Was Seprataed By What Class or Status you had there were High classed The rich people , Middle Classed the people who lived in bnormal house and didn't struggle to get by and thjere were Lower Class The people who stoloe for food and clothing. People were easly seprrated in the three sections of the city.
Elizabethan Theatres in London
Newington Butts Elizabethan Theatre
Curtain Elizabethan Theatre
Rose Elizabethan Theatre
Swan Elizabethan Theatre
Fortune Elizabethan Theatre
Boars Head Elizabethan Theatre
Red Bull Elizabethan Theatre
Hope Elizabethan Theatre
Salisbury Court Playhouse
Gray's Inn Theatre Playhouse
Middle Temple Inn Theatre Playhouse
Whitehall Playhouse Theatre
Whitefriars Theatre Playhouse
the East End has always contained some of the poorest areas of London.
The West End held most of the Rich Areas And The Queens Palace
Russia History Dasha
Ivan IV Vasilyevich
Ivan the Terrible
Grand Prince of Moscow
from 1533. His long reign saw the conquest of the
Khanates of Kazan
, transforming Russia into a
state spanning almost one billion acres. Ivan oversaw numerous changes in the transition from a medieval
, and became the first
of a new and more powerful nation.
Ivan was described as intelligent and devout, yet given to rages and prone to episodic outbreaks of
.Ivan also killed his young son His contemporaries called him "Ivan
" the name, which, although usually translated as "Terrible", is actually associated with might, power and strictness, rather than horror or cruelty.
Portrait of Ivan IV by
Ivan the Terrible And His Son Ivan, 16 November 1581
, 1885 (
Russian National Costume
The costumes of the nobility were made of expensive fabrics, using gold , silver , pearls, precious buttons. Such clothing was inherited . Style of clothes has not changed for centuries. The concepts of fashion did not exist.Russian national costume became less common , first after
The basis of the female costume was a long shirt. Shirt decorated or trimmed with embroidery , sometimes embroidered with pearls. Noble women were top of his shirt -
. Maids shirts were made of colorful silk fabric , often red.
Fabrics are used bright colors:
, purple , blue , pink , white and colored . Later appeared in black fabric . Since the end
black was considered a funeral .
- Carlos I (1516-1556)
- Felipe II (1556-1598)
- Felipe III (1598-1621)
- Felipe IV (1621-1665)
- Carlos I : Isabel de Portugal
- Felipe II : Maria de Portugal (1527-1545)
Maria I Tudor (1554-1558)
Isabel de Valois (1559-1568)
Ana de Austria (1570-1580)
- Felipe III: Margarita de Austria
- Felipe IV: Isabel de Francia (1621-1644)
Mariana de Austria (1649-1665)
In 16th century Spain there was a drought and the harvest was poor and increase of the demographic growth. That things produced to the society was undernourished.
started been the capital of Spain in 1562.
The cities most important were Burgos (for its market), Medina the Campo (for its international fair) and Salamanca ( cause it had the most important university)
The modern history of Spain started with the Catholics Kings (1474-1516), in that period Spain grow to the integration.
The Isabel and Fernando’s marriage unified many kingdoms; La Corona de Castilla and La Corona de Aragon were unified but both had their own laws, currency… But in the future both kingdoms have the same king.
The Catholics Kings conquered “Granada’s Kingdom” and same years later ehen Isabel was died Fernando incorporated the “Navarra’s Kingdom”.
The Catilian troop conquered Napoles and Cristopher Colombus started the “America’s Discovery”. When Fernando died Carlos I inherited Aragon, Castilla, Luxemburg and Holland.
After Carlos I died the king was Felipe II, with him Spain incorporated the “ Toscana’s Kingdom”, Philippines Islands, Portugal Kingdom and more kingdoms of Africa, Asia and America.
Hernan Cortes conquered the “Aztec Kingdom”(1519-1521) and Francisco Pizzarro conquered the “Inca Kingdom” (1531-1533).
At the end of 16th century and the middle of 17th Spain suffered a demographic and economic crisis, the cities lost their importance and part of the population died for the pest.
- Literature: Fernando Rojas
Lope de Vega
Francisco de Quevedo
Calderon de la Barca
- Poetry: Garcilaso de la Vega
Fray Luis de Leon
Lope de Vega
Luis de Gongora
Miguel de Cervantes
- Theater: Numancia of Miguel de Cervantes.
- Painting: La Meninas of Velazquez.
- Architecture: Barcelona’s Cathedral of Bartolome Ordonez.
- Lope de Vega was a very important writer in Spain, he called this century “ Siglo de Oro” (Golden Century).
Politics in England
NB this is set up as a speech to the Queen (aka Miss Stone)
Your majesty in the wake of your sister’s death we have come to remind you of your duties as the Queen of England and the political system we have in England.
I shall first start with informing you of your role as the Queen of England. You are the Monarch under the reign of the Tudor House. Our current system of government has some aspects of feudalism and is a .Thus as the Queen that gives you full right over all of us including, me, my partner and even that horrible catholic Phillip II of Spain who from what I hear has tried to get your hand in marriage but doesn’t love you and really is probably just trying to spread Catholicism in England. On that matter it would also be helpful to know that you are indeed the head of the Church of England as a result of your father’s movement from the Roman church. Currently our main form is protestant however a personal suggestion, you show tolerance to the catholic in our country.
Parliament is your advisory council and consists of noble men and land owners. They will advise you on your running of the country however have no say in the final decision that is for you to decide. When you require their assistance or guidance you will be able to open a session of parliament. Once you are done with the discussions you will also dismiss parliament unless you have come to a conclusion in which you will either sign of the bill or not depending on the decision and it will become law. You can make laws without parliament which are called Royal Proclamations when you want to or you and the Privy Council cannot get parliament to agree with thee. Parliament does have the power to come up with bills of its own however thou do have right of Veto and thus all bills must be pasted on to you before they can be made law.
The Privy Council is responsible to the day to day management of the country. Who is on the council is up to you. They look after the economy, welfare military and religion. Like parliament they are also there to advise as you are the supreme leader. The secretary exists as the leader of the council and to inform you of the council’s activities. The council makes your job easier or shall I say possible.
My partner Adam will inform you of how the law and order system works so that you may judge with a clear mind.
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