Tudor & Elizabethan

Primary school resources to support the teaching of the Tudors & Elizabethans

‘What were the differences between the lives of rich and poor people in Tudor times?’

During the Tudor period, there was a clear divide between poor Tudors and rich Tudors.

The nobility were the wealthiest people and lived a life of luxury.

Many of the artefacts in the Tudor & Elizabethan collection have been made for re-enactment groups which make them as authentic as possible.

The Explorers and Tudor & Elizabethan Collections may be purchased together at a reduced rate of £795.

Description

Contents of the Tudor & Elizabethan Box –

  • Selection of Tudor & Elizabethan portrait pictures
  • 16th Century Royal Banner flag
  • Bust of King Henry Vlll
  • Bust of Queen Elizabeth 1st
  • Bust of William Shakespeare
  • Bust of Yorick – From Shakespeare’s Hamlet
  • Fabulous Model of ‘The Horned Helmet’ – One of the most mysterious objects in the Royal Armouries’ collection is the ‘Horned Helmet’. This bizarre headpiece was commissioned in 1511 by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I as a gift for the young King Henry VIII. The helmet would have been part of a full armour, worn by King Henry for court pageants.
  • Small Jousting Helmet Model
  • Replica Coins – Henry VIII groat and Elizabeth I sixpence
  • Ancient Cross – The King’s Great Matter
  • Laminate of The King’s Great Matter
  • Two Replica Pieces of Tudor pottery
  • Replica Tudor Spoon
  • Wooden Trencher – used by the poor
  • Piece of Pewter – used by the rich
  • Set of Keys – Attached to a belt as a sign of owning property & therefore great wealth.
  • Tudor Headwear – Coif
  • Pattens – Wooden Shoes worn in Tudor times
  • Replica Tudor Oil Lamp
  • Tudor Jewellery – Ring, Bangle & Ann Boleyn Necklace
  • Tudor Game – Fox and Geese
  • Playing Cards with Games Sheet
  • Tudor Goblet
  • Cup and Ball Toy
  • Pewter inkwell
  • Feather Quill
  • Clay Pipe
  • Potato
  • Lucet & Yarn
  • Tudor Thimble
  • Tudor Rose
  • Set of Bowlsderived from the legendary game played on Plymouth Hoe by Sir Francis Drake, conqueror of the Spanish Armada.
  • Model of Henry Vlll Ship – The Mary Rose
  • Model of Sir Francis Drake’s Ship ‘The Golden Hinde’
  • Information Pages – on memory stick (Notes and information pages provided with the collections are gratis and do not form any part of the sale)

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£475.00 + VAT

*We cannot guarantee that every item listed will be included in the box as some items are subject to availability. Where this is the case we will substitute the unavailable item with a suitable replacement