Farthindale This is Farthingale. In the Mail on Sunday Crossword of 6th Sept. 2009, 36 down is Gooch, using the g of Farthingale. farthingale A hoop worn beneath a skirt to extend it horizontally; worn by European women in the 16th and 17th centuries
From the ancient Greek tunic until the military tunic of Roman times, the very short tunic was exclusively worn by slaves and fighters. In the middle ages they were worn under Armour. The popularity of miniskirts peaked in the the 1960s, but its popularity has waned and resurged since. Before that time, short skirts were only seen in sport clothing, such as skirts worn by female tennis players.
During the Medieval era, feudalism was very much a part of life in England and the rest of Europe. During the Elizabethan Era, there was no feudalism, and a wage economy was in operation. The Elizabethan Period was the period of renaissance in England with a great flowering of the arts including writing, art, and architecture. It was also an age of exploration and expanding the country. During the Medieval times, the Church had tremendous power, and most people still considered the world to be flat.
The Romans were such good engineers and such energetic builders that they used all sorts of architectural elements extensively. The element that really distinguishes them from earlier builders, and especially from the Greeks, is the arch. They certainly used them extensively, at times in a two or three decker arrangement.
The kings role in medieval times which is the greatest one of the kings roll is the leadership.
The best storyteller in Elizabethan times was Shakespeare.
Elizabethan times are called that because it was the time when Elizabeth I was Queen of England.
In Elizabethan times, I believe all the parts were played by males.
In the Elizabethan times love wasn't taken into acount, marriage was a chance and form of alliance between families. Marriage was therefore done to keep peaceand as a business oportunity (especially since a dowry had to be paid).
Its is the the middle-class citizens of Elizabethan times
Pre-Elizabethan was the time Queen Elizabeth I lived. It was also called the Elizabethan time.
It is hard to define education in the Elizabethan times. A better question would be to start by asking what is the percentage of literate women in the Elizabethan period?
the medicine that was used in the Elizabethan times was made out of herbs and spices, in other words were natural.
in Elizabethan times England had a population of nearly 5 million.