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a person who lived during the reign of Elizabeth I

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The building in question is the elizabethan house (new street, plymouth, pl1 2 na) and the project will require the expertise of an accredited conservation architect.
Mullaney's attribution of the complex and contradictory nature of emotions experienced by Elizabethan theater audiences to cultural ambivalence in response to the Reformation is somewhat problematic because the sources of many English revenge plays--Senecan drama or Italian revenge plays--bring with them pagan or Catholic performative contexts, not only Protestant ones.
Chambers's famous, four-volume study of The Elizabethan Stage is one of the books that has shaped our received wisdom concerning early modern drama as a set of institutions and practices.
Elizabethan Costume: Design and Construction by Helen Qizhi Huang, Emily Hoem, Kelsey Hunt; Burlington, MA, Focal Press, 2015.
The Book of Oberon: A Sourcebook of Elizabethan Magic is translated and annotated from the Folger Shakespeare Library's 16th century manuscript, and adds to any who would pursue the magical literature of Elizabethan times with a grimoire packed with magical insights and history.
Peterson, "The Book of Oberon: A Sourcebook of Elizabethan Magic" is a lavishly illustrated grimoire that will prove to be an indispensable addition to the Metaphysical Studies reference collections of magic practitioners, grimoire collectors, and Elizabethan Era historians.
26 Format:( | Dame Emma Kirkby, an expert on the 400-year-old songs of the Elizabethan and Jacobean era, performed at the university's inaugural HIP Happening, a mini-festival celebrating historical music.
Staging England in the Elizabethan History Play: Performing National Identity.
VISITORS will be transported back to the Elizabethan era when a town celebrates its history.
EXPERTS are hoping to unravel the mystery behind one of the world's largest collections of Elizabethan jewellery as it goes on display for the first time.
Lake, Peter and Michael Questier, The Trials of Margaret Clitherow: Persecution, Martyrdom and the Politics of Sanctity in Elizabethan England, London, Continuum, 2011; paperback; pp.
The Elizabethan was the premier train on the East Coast Main Line in the post-war period.
Elizabethan historical writings, foreign explorations, the war with Spain, the judicial murder of Mary Queen of Scots, the theatre, anti-popery, the development of an Elizabethan world view and nationalism, Sidney's verse, Hakluyfs achievements and so on.
The plague in print; essential Elizabethan sources, 1558-1603.
BOOK / Elizabethan Architecture: Its Rise and Fall, 1540-1640
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