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  •  Sharnette, Heather. “Elizabethan Women.” Elizabeth R, 1998, www.elizabethi.org/contents/women/pagetwo.html.  Jones, Grace, and Rina Hamiti. “Rights of Women 1500's - 1600's and Now - Role Of Women: Elizabethan Age.” Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services
  • Sharnette, Heather. “Elizabethan Women.” Elizabeth R, 1998, www.elizabethi.org/contents/women/pagetwo.html.  Jones, Grace, and Rina Hamiti. “Rights of Women 1500's - 1600's and Now - Role Of Women: Elizabethan Age.” Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services
  • I do not love him but I have to marry him because my fathers likes him.
  • Jones, Grace, and Rina Hamiti. “Rights of Women 1500's - 1600's and Now - Role Of Women: Elizabethan Age.” Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/products-services Sharnette, Heather. “Elizabethan Women.” Elizabeth R, 1998, www.elizabethi.org/contents/women/pagetwo.html.
  • No home or animals for you! Ha Ha!!!
  • Women back in the 1500s had many restrictions. Women were mainly responsible for domestic services, such as taking care of kids, making food, and doing laundry. They were not allowed to be professions in law, medicine, interact with politics, and earn a good education. They were not allowed to go to school, so they never leanred basic life lessons. ED
  • Women were also in charge of domestic services. They were not allowed even a choice to divorce but men were. Women were forced to have a baby every two years. This is because the babies usually did not live for long and were not healthy. The women were not allowed usually to pick who they married. It was usually the fathers choice.   ED
  • Women were not thought to be very smart or valuable. Women were not allowed to own their own property. Women were basically not able to live their own lives. Women could not do almost do any of their hobbies. Women were not thought of being important in soceity.  ED
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