What life was like in the realm of Elizabeth: England, AD 1533-1603
Time-Life Books, 1998 - History - 168 pages
A history of Britain's Elizabethan period examines English life under the reign of Elizabeth I, profiling the great queen and the events of her life, her battle with the Spanish Armada, Shakepeare and the rise of British theater, world exploration, and more.
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