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Aristocratic Origins

Ostentatious displays of material wealth have become commonplace. It is increasingly normal to observe luxury cars revving down crowed city streets, and to hear passersby gushing about lavish purchases of exotic  vacation houses. 366 more words


Queen Elizabeth I, Robert Dudley and Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth was the site of unrequited love, and unlike most of the castles we visited, saw military action.  The castle and its many owners’ struggles  played a major part in the consolidation of the English monarchy. 510 more words

Travel Logs

Trial Story | Misadventures of Queen Bess: Earrings, Dresses, and the French Nobleman

Hello everyone! Quite honestly, I didn’t exactly picture myself having my first post being the beginning of a mini Internet series. I more-so imagined that I’d explain who I am a little bit, but whatever. 2,158 more words


Poem -On Monsieur's Departure - Queen Elizabeth I

I grieve and dare not show my discontent,

I love and yet am forced to seem to hate,

I do, yet dare not say I ever meant, … 150 more words


Poem -When I Was Fair And Young  - Queen Elizabeth I

When I was fair and young, then favor graced me.

Of many was I sought their mistress for to be.

But I did scorn them all and answered them therefore: … 151 more words


Queen Elizabeth I was actually a man in drag

Queen Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII and the last Tudor monarch, is probably England’s most famous and decorated ruler. But one of the wildest royal conspiracy theories in history contends that this famous and decorated ruler was actually a bloke called Neville. 893 more words

Conspiracy Theories

Bill (Review)

“All the world’s a stage.”

Personally, I prefer my stage to be much smaller. About the size of my one bedroom flat, ideally. 807 more words