The achievements of elizabeth 1

From time immemorial, there had been a religious rivalry between England and Spain. Defeating the Spanish Armada; great advances in exploration, literacy and the arts came about under her rule; making Church of England Protestant She concluded the Church Settlement which is taken as stable even now.

After the great draught there was a considerable, shortage of field laboures. The process of Parliamentary democracy was set in motion. Know more about the contributions of one of the greatest monarchs in English history through her 10 major accomplishments. Apart from other things, the period is renowned as one of the most splendid ages in English literature and a great age of English exploration.

Parr, rather than confront her husband over his inappropriate activities, joined in.

Achievements of Queeen Elizabeth I: Part 1

With the exception of Lord Burghley, the most important politicians had died around At the time of Elizabeth's accession England was very poor from many angles.

In the Armada was completely shattered and England becomes victorious.

What are the Glorious Achievements of Queen Elizabeth?

Social and Economic Development: It was also one of the most prosperous and powerful nations in Europe. Elizabeth encouraged Hawkins, Frobisher, Davis and Drake to undertake voyages to explore new countries and set up new Colonies there. Due to her accomplishments, Elizabeth I is regarded as one of the greatest monarchs in British history and, along with Queen Victoria, she is perhaps the most influential female leader in English history.

She successfully thwarted numerous invasions by the Spanish. Elizabeth wanted to please both the factions of religion-Catholics and protestants and for doing this she relinquished the title of the supreme Head of the Church had assumed the title of the "Supreme Governor as well of things spirituals of things temporal.

Elizabethan era exploration proved instrumental in the foundation and expansion of the British Empire in the 17th century. Because of these laws the social and economic condition of the people became better. Elizabeth became the Queen of England inafter the death of Mary I and ruled for 44 years.

On the other hand, the Pope of Rome and the Spanish king, Philip, were frantically trying to prevent England from turning protestant. England becomes colonial power: There was a veritable revolution in the English Society.

If Mary and her child died, Elizabeth would become queen. Henry had four more wives after Anne. As soon as she became Queen, Elizabeth reversed the debasing of the coinage.

In the year the Corn Law was passed besides, import of food grains was stopped and people were encouraged to grow more food at the local levels. When she died, the majority of her people were Protestant and content with the church as she established it. Among other things, Elizabethan era saw unprecedented flowering of English poetry, music and literature as well as important developments in painting.

Social and Economic Development: Mary boasted being "the nearest kinswoman she hath". In he made a successful raid on Cadizdestroying the Spanish fleet of war ships intended for the Enterprise of England, [] as Philip II had decided to take the war to England. Spanish Armada Meanwhile, Sir Francis Drake had undertaken a major voyage against Spanish ports and ships in the Caribbean in and It was period which inspired national pride through classical ideals, international expansion, naval triumph over the Spanish and huge cultural development.

She introduced reforms in the Prayer Book, issued by Edward VI and omitted those Rules and articles from the said book which were against the Roman Catholic faith.

Five Spanish ships were lost and many were badly battered. They also displayed their skill in arts and crafts.

You would find it fascinating that the best monarch of the time and one of the finest in history had lost her title of being a princess and was known as Lady Elizabeth after her mother was executed for adultery and treason.

She backed down on the granting of monopolies in after public opposition to them, and may well have held back from marrying Francis, Duke of Alencon, because of hostile public opinion.

The Venetian ambassador stated in that she "possessed [these] languages so thoroughly that each appeared to be her native tongue".Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, his second wife, who was executed two-and-a-half years after Elizabeth's birth.

Anne's marriage to Henry VIII was annulled, and Elizabeth was declared illegitimate. 4 Major Accomplishments of Queen Elizabeth 1 Queen Elizabeth is regarded by many as the finest Queen of England.

The time of her reign is known as the Elizabethan Era, also referred to as the Golden Age. Achievements of Queeen Elizabeth I: Part 1 Queen Elizabeth 1st's Birth Queen Elizabeth I was born in at the Greenwich Palace as the daughter to King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.

4 Major Accomplishments of Queen Elizabeth 1 Queen Elizabeth is regarded by many as the finest Queen of England. The time of her reign is known as the Elizabethan Era, also referred to. The age; of Elizabeth was a remarkable age in the history of England.

During the reign of this sovereign England registered tremendous progress from all angles, in every field. Forty five years reign of Elizabeth saw more adventure and achievement than could one full century or to see.

Achievements of Queeen Elizabeth I: Part 1 Queen Elizabeth 1st's Birth Queen Elizabeth I was born in at the Greenwich Palace as the daughter to King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.

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