On September 7th 1533 in Greenwich palace, London, Elizabeth the first was born. Her father Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn.
At age 25, she took the throne, people call her the virgin queen because she never married no one. she was having a reign with her half brother, King Edward VII, and imprisoned in the tower of London by her half sister Mary I.
She ruled alone for half a century, she defeated her greatest enemies, her genuine love for her subjects was legendary. She was committed above all else to preserving English peace and stability.
Along with such classical subjects as rhetoric, languages, philosophy, and history, Elizabeth also studied theology.She studied theology and supported the Protestant cause. But she was never openly passionate about religion, recognizing its divisive role in English politics.
Her household accounts, which came under the management of William Cecil. As well as a love of entertainment, musicians, musical instruments, and a lot of books.
On March 24,1603, Elizabeth died of melancholy , which is now called depression. She was important inn history because Elizabeth was rewarded with loyalty and, enhanced by the glow of nostalgia, her own unique place in history.