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  • Ashlie Jensen

    A detail of Elizabeth I from "Queen Elizabeth Going in Procession to Blackfriars", which is attributed to both Marcus Gheeraerts the elder and Robert Peake. Read about the Queen's visit to the wedding here: http://www.beingbess.blogspot.com/2012/06/on-this-day-in-elizabethan-historyjune.html

  • A Million Miles Later

    Queen Elizabeth I Queen of England during a time of great economic and social change, she saw England cemented as a Protestant country. During her reign she witnessed the defeat of the Spanish Armada leaving Britain to later become one of the world’s dominant superpowers.

  • Danielle Kalie

    Queen Elizabeth I's Coronation | The Blonde Historian

  • Rowan Morrison

    1600 Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603). Detail from the Procession Portrait attributed to Robert Peake the Elder

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