Did you know that in William Shakespeare grew up in the Elizabethan Era? Well you do now and you will also learn more about the Elizabethan era. The Elizabethan era was around the dates of 1558-1603 in England. The Elizabethan Era also known as the “golden ages” is remembered for its theater, the renaissance, and the history. The Golden ages are very interesting because of how they lived.
In the Elizabethan Era they didn’t have everything that we would have today, and it was very different back then. The English Renaissance was in the years of 1558-1603 and a lot has happened in those 45 years. It started in Italy in the late middle ages and later spreading to the rest of Europe and continued from there. It is best known for its literature, arts, and history of education. The Elizabethan era was also around the time were the black death started. The Black Death started when voyagers would go to different countries. Things like rats and bugs would come back to the main country were they would bring back goods and the rats and bugs such as fleas would come out and get on people and bite them. That’s how it started; the Black Death was big red black itchy bumps and once the bubbles and bumps popped you would die or if you had the right treatment you would live. This killed 1.5 million people and it was terrible. This time also had very intelligent people and artists like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and William Shakespeare. They are very famous people of the Elizabethan Era.
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