Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the...

of 12 /12
Tudors Tudors By Keelan By Keelan

Transcript of Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the...

Page 1: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Tudors Tudors By Keelan By Keelan

Page 2: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Crime and PunishmentCrime and Punishment

Page 3: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Punishment was used Punishment was used when someone when someone broke the law.broke the law.

This is the pillory used This is the pillory used for punishment.for punishment.

Page 4: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Ducking Stool (for women)Ducking Stool (for women)

Women who were accused as witches were hung Women who were accused as witches were hung on the ducking stool over a stream. They were on the ducking stool over a stream. They were dropped into the stream and if they floated, dropped into the stream and if they floated, they were accused of being a witch. If they they were accused of being a witch. If they drowned, they were not a witch.drowned, they were not a witch.

Page 5: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Tudor HousesTudor Houses

Page 6: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Tudor houses were Tudor houses were normally made from normally made from timber, wattle and timber, wattle and daub ( a mixture of daub ( a mixture of sticks, straw and sticks, straw and dung) and wooden dung) and wooden shutters ( bars for shutters ( bars for windows).windows).

Page 7: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

The wattle and daub The wattle and daub was used as cement was used as cement to stick the wood to stick the wood together to form the together to form the houses.houses.

The windows were the The windows were the wooden shutters. wooden shutters. They looked like the They looked like the windows of prison windows of prison cells!cells!

Page 8: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Henry VIII’S WivesHenry VIII’S Wives►DivorcedDivorced► BeheadedBeheaded►DiedDied►DivorcedDivorced► BeheadedBeheaded► Survived Survived ► I’m Henry VIII, and I have six lovely wivesI’m Henry VIII, and I have six lovely wives► Even though you can say that I ruined their Even though you can say that I ruined their

liveslives

Page 9: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Catherine of AragonCatherine of Aragon

►Born: 1485, near Madrid, SpainBorn: 1485, near Madrid, Spain►Married: First to Arthur Prince of Wales Married: First to Arthur Prince of Wales

in 1501, who died in 1502, then to in 1501, who died in 1502, then to Henry VIII in 1509.Henry VIII in 1509.

►Crowned: 1509, in Westminster AbbeyCrowned: 1509, in Westminster Abbey

Page 10: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Henry VIIIHenry VIII ( Reigned from 21 April, 1509 ( Reigned from 21 April, 1509

to 28 January, 1547 )to 28 January, 1547 )Henry VIII is a rich, Henry VIII is a rich,

powerful Tudor king.powerful Tudor king.He wore lots and lots of He wore lots and lots of

jewels, which is quite jewels, which is quite unlikely for Tudor unlikely for Tudor males, as most of the males, as most of the Tudors weren’t rich.Tudors weren’t rich.

He wore magnificent He wore magnificent clothes and he had clothes and he had ginger hair and a ginger hair and a ginger beard.ginger beard.

Page 11: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Sir Francis DrakeSir Francis Drake

► Sir Francis Drake Sir Francis Drake was a pirate for the was a pirate for the queen, Elizabeth I, queen, Elizabeth I, and he brought her and he brought her many treasures many treasures from his adventures from his adventures in faraway in faraway countries.countries.

Page 12: Tudors By Keelan. Crime and Punishment Punishment was used when someone broke the law. This is the pillory used for punishment.

Queen Elizabeth IQueen Elizabeth I(Reigned from 17th (Reigned from 17th

November 1558 to 24th November 1558 to 24th March 1603 March 1603 Queen Elizabeth was the Queen Elizabeth was the

daughter of Henry VIII daughter of Henry VIII and his second wife, and his second wife, Anne Boleyn.Anne Boleyn.

She was born on 7th She was born on 7th September 1533 and September 1533 and died on 24th March died on 24th March 1603. 1603.

She didn’t marry anybody, She didn’t marry anybody, unlike her dad!unlike her dad!

She was a beloved queen!She was a beloved queen!