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Queen Elizabeth I Fun Facts

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The Elizabethan era is recognized as the time when England became a global power in politics, the arts, and trade.
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After Anne Boleyn was killed, Henry VIII had his marriage to her declared invalid and Elizabeth as an illegitimate child.
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Queen Elizabeth I
Elizabeth I received the education normally reserved for male heirs, including modern and classical languages, moral philosophy, and rhetoric.
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Queen Elizabeth I
Elizabeth I was the second daughter of Henry VIII and first daughter of Anne Boleyn, who would later be beheaded for infidelity.
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Despite being declared illegitimate, Henry VIII still named Elizabeth I third in line to the throne, behind her younger brother and older sister.
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Mary's forceful return of England to Catholicism was met by much protest and violence. Elizabeth I was suspected of encouraging the unrest and was kept under close watch at all times.
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Elizabeth I's coronation was met with much celebration, and included a symbolic presentation of an English bible, which had been banned under Mary.
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Queen Elizabeth I never married, earning her the fond nickname The Virgin Queen.
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Though the effects of her mother is unknown, Elizabeth I was described to be as serious at 6 as if she were 40.
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Henry VIII had broken with the Catholic church when he was denied a divorce from Mary's mother, Catherine of Aragon.