Elizabethan and Jacobean Houses and Their Families

Course Ref: C3744349
Date: 1 meeting on Saturday 28/03/2020. 10:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: RISC
Tutor: Adam Smith
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Fee: £38.00

The century after 1550 saw many newly wealthy families, who had often benefitted from the dissolution of the monasteries, create splendid new country houses such as Longleat to show their wealth and power. These houses were increasingly influenced by ideas from the Renaissance. We will see how these houses reflected their owners’ lives and aspirations, including the Cecil family as chief ministers to Elizabeth I and James I, builders of great houses including Burghley and Hatfield.

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