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Elizabethan England was largely rural, with the majority of its population living in the verdant countryside. Towns and cities, however, were growing--and the most prominent of all was London. While Londoners were considered wealthy and arrogant, the city was begrimed, filthy, and infested with vermin. Where did people primarily dispose of their trash and wastes?
Dump sites in the nearby country
The underground drains
Designated "trash" areas
Elizabeth and Mary I belonged to what royal family?
The fine arts flourished in Elizabethan England. William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, and Edmund Spenser were some of the more famous playwrights and poets of the time. Drama, music, songs, and art were popular with noblemen and commoners alike. Exploring certain topics, however, was considered taboo in any art form. What was a strictly forbidden subject?
Criticism of the queen
Who issued an interdict against Elizabeth?
Pope Pius V
Pope Innocent III
Pope Gregory XIII
Who succeeded Elizabeth I?
Mary Queen of Scots
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