Queen_Elizabeth_I

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Beginning of her reign When Elizabeth I came to the throne in 1558 after the death of her sister Mary, she needed to win the support of all her people:

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Queen Elizabeth IQueen Elizabeth Isix - 1547 - illegitimate - 1533 - Jane Seymour Protestantism - Thomas Seymour - 1558 - 2 and half - imprisoned - Anne BoleynElizabeth was born in ___1___ . Her parents were Henry VIII and ___2___. Her mother was beheaded when she was ___3___ years old and she was declared ___4___. Henry's new queen ___5___ was kind to her but she died when Elizabeth was ___6___ years old. After Henry VIII's death in __7____ he was taken in by Henry's sixth and surviving wife, Katherine Parr but had to leave because Katherine's husband ___8___ was paying her too much attention.Elizabeth's brother Edward had changed the religion of England to ___9___ . After he died , Elizabeth's sister Mary became queen. Mary was a Catholic and saw Elizabeth, a Protestant, as a threat. Elizabeth was ___10___.When Mary died in __11____ Elizabeth became queen of EnglandBeginning of her reignWhen Elizabeth I came to the throne in 1558 after the death of her sister Mary, she needed to win the support of all her people: CatholicsProtestantsThose who believed that a woman could not run a country by herself.Oneof the best ways for a monarch to win support was by making a tour of the country. This was called a 'progress'. This was not an option for Elizabeth because she had many Catholic enemies and it was not safe for her to travel around the country.Shechose, instead, to use portraits to show herself to her people. It was import

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