Primary Homework Help Tudors Include Appendices Essay
After Mary, Elizabeth I (a Protestant) became Queen.
Some of the games played in Tudor times are games we still play today, such as bowls and tennis.
Lady Jane Grey (1536 or 1537-1554) – Lady Jane Grey was Queen from 10-19 July in 1553.
Only boys went to school, though sometimes girls from rich families would have tutors.Kings and queens in the Tudor family ruled England from 1485-1603.Both King Henry VIII and Elizabeth I belonged to the Tudor family.Music was very popular in Tudor times, and it was a large part of entertainment both in the royal court as well as for the peasants.It also meant that somebody from any class – rich or poor – who was good enough at an instrument could have the chance to play for the king or queen!During the time that the Tudor kings and queens reigned, a lot was happening in England.People were discovering more about the world through exploration, the Church of England was founded, England got a good reputation for having a strong Navy, more people were able to go to school and learn lots of different things, and art and music became an important part of culture.Musical instruments played include the viol, hautboy, harpsichord, spinet and virginals.According to someone who lived during Tudor times, William Harrison, there were four different classes in society: School could be expensive, so only people who could pay for it would send their children.The version of tennis played by Tudors was called ‘paume’.A lot of what we know about what people would have had in their homes during Tudor times is from inventories, which are lists of possessions that people had when they died.