Elizabethan era

Dive into the rich history of the Elizabethan era and discover the cultural, social, and artistic milestones that defined this captivating period in English history.
Lettice Knollys - Great-niece of Anne Boelyn and granddaughter of Mary Boelyn, making her a cousin of Queen Elizabeth. She was the mother of the infamous Earl of Essex, whom Elizabeth had to execute. She married the Queen's favorite, Leicester, something Elizabeth never forgave and for which she had Lettice permanently banned from court. Lettice lived to be 91 years old - an incredible age for those times. She is buried beside Robert, "the best and dearest of husbands." Portraits, Portrait, Lady, Anne Boleyn, Elizabethan Era, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Lady In Waiting, Queen Of England

Laetitia Knollys, Countess of Essex and Leicester (November 1543[1] - 25 December 1634), normally referred to as Lettice Knollys, was born in Rotherfield Greys, Oxfordshire. She was the mother of Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, Queen Elizabeth I's famous courtier, she was also the mother of the remarkable Penelope, Lady Rich. In her second marriage, Lettice Knollys was wife to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Elizabeth's great favourite. Being a relative of Elizabeth on her mother's…

Aimee Marie
En la parte del cuello grae una gorguera. (prenda in del momento) Queen, Costumes, Quilling, Theatrical Make Up, Vintage, Quill, Historical Costume, Costume, Renaissance Makeup

Ah, th' merry Renaissance Faire is approaching as some may be aware, at least to our town, and I always make it a tradition to attend every year. I never cease to enforce the policy upon my family of wearing the appropriate attire for such a rare occasion meaning we must wear period costumes! If I could, I'd make it a law that one must come in Renaissance clothing to the Renaissance faire for it merely makes sense to do so. I try to take every opportunity and excuse I possibly can to dress…

Lewis Amarante