C) why was elizabeth's choice of husband likely to create tensions d) which ' everyday' problems had made life miserable for many people during the previous reign e) what decision about religion did elizabeth have to take, and why might her decision create problems f) which country was at war with england, and how. The methods put in place by elizabeth to combat inflation, such as revaluing the coinage in 1560 to counter the legacy of debasement that she inherited, shows that it was an issue, especially since these methods did not have immidiate positive effects due to the high prices laid out by merchants additionally population rise. When mary declared that she was the rightful heir to the english throne and that elizabeth was illegitimate, she received support from france none of this boded well for anglo-france relations france had given military help to scotland during the ongoing problems between england and her northern neighbour in fact, the. Elizabeth reigned for almost forty-five years and was the last monarch of the tudor dynasty, having died childless when did blood poisoning come into play however, i don't believe that she had a body image problem or that she viewed herself as weak and feeble, that's not the elizabeth that comes through in her. Elizabeth i - the problem of religion - in religious matters, elizabeth steered a middle course between the extreme protestants (puritans) and the catholics she restored the protestant service but retained many features of catholicism, including bishops and archbishops she hoped this compromise would produce unity in.
What problems did elizabeth i face at the beginning of her reign and which one(s ) were the most difficult and why elizabeth faced several problems at the beginning of her reign in 1558 these were all problems based on either who she was or how she should decide to run the country there were three main areas in. Throughout her reign, elizabeth's main priority was the peace and stability of her realm her government only adopted a hardline against catholics when catholic extremists threatened this peace unfortunately for elizabeth, however, many of her contemporaries did not share her views on toleration, and she was forced by. It is also possible that elizabeth did not wish to share the power of the crown with another, or, given the unstable political situation, she feared an armed elizabeth was faced with a conundrum: sending her back to the scottish nobles would create political problems sending her to france would put a.
The wigless, derobed, unmade-up queen should never have been seen by any except her trusted ladies yet in september 1599, robert devereux, the earl of essex, broke all the rules and stormed into the queen's bedchamber at nonsuch palace “where he found the queen newly up, the hair about her face” elizabeth had. Even before mary queen of scots had become a threat, her mother presented some problems for elizabeth: soon after elizabeth's coronation, mary of guise, queen claimed that they did it to spare her the pain of having to order mary's death) the queen later claimed that she would not actually have allowed the execution,. And so she did elizabeth's love of scholarship never faltered and, in an age when women were considered inferior to men, she was a glorious exception elizabeth 1 along with such classical for elizabeth, the main problem with seymour was his inappropriate and very flirtatious behavior as a teenaged girl with little.
After the failure of (bloody) mary tudor's foreign policy and the loss of calais, at elizabeth's succession, england was extremely vulnerable to mary was declared innocent but sufficiently tarnished in reputation to be retained under house arrest in england, this did not solve cecil's succession problem. In the commons this was taken to impugn freedom of speech it remained a source of tension even after pressure on elizabeth to marry had been eclipsed by the problem of how to exclude undesirable contenders such as the catholic mary stuart, queen of scots, from taking the english throne by refusing to name her heirs.
He did so partially at the request of parliament, partly because he could not afford the political price of going back on his pre-bosworth promise and most importantly to prevent anyone with ambitions for the throne from marrying elizabeth, who had the stronger claim however, the succession was by no. Elizabeth may also have had physical problems that could have stopped her having sex weir, in her had she not been queen, with the ability to reward her favorites, she could not keep men on the hook as she did just my two does anyone really think that any of her favorites would have dared to reject her advances. Did you know elizabeth i was called the virgin queen because of her refusal to marry did you know it's believed that the cosmetic concoction elizabeth used to cultivate her infamously pale look may have impacted her health and elizabeth i inherited a number of problems stirred up by mary. Chicago—queen elizabeth i claimed to have the heart and stomach of a king, but it was her sharp and cunning mind that secured her livelihood, guided her elizabeth the queen but what did elizabeth inherit the english economy was in a recession, subjects were violently divided over religion, and france and spain.
In 1558, elizabeth inherited her sister's crown & the perennial problem of no immediately obvious heir there were it was obvious that she did not want to marry, but it could not be said she made a firm commitment to staying single, until she reached an age when no heir could be born to her in 1566 the. Although she was successful in her dealings with her advisors and an uncanny judge of situation and character, her unmarried status presented a problem for the future of england she made several attempts to secure a rightful marriage on the advise of her lords, however elizabeth was an independent woman queen.
Elizabeth's legitimacy was one of many problems that elizabeth faced when she became queen in 1558 the core of her legitimacy problem centred around the. A higher ability lesson looking at the problems elizabeth i faced as a female ruler ideal for new gcse spec for aqa or edexcel or can be tailored for key stage three students different activities for each ability. One of her first actions as queen was the establishment of an english protestant church, of which she became the supreme governor this elizabethan religious settlement was to evolve into the church of england it was expected that elizabeth would marry and produce an heir to continue the tudor line she never did.
Elizabeth tudor was born in 1533—to the bitter disappointment of her father, henry viii, a king desperate for a male heir her mother, anne inevitably, this “ middle way” did not please most catholics or the more rigid protestants, the puritans there was another more personal problem on elizabeth's mind how could she. In fact, although elizabeth entered into marriage negotiations with various foreign princes and flirted with some of her own subjects, she was never to marry elizabeth's early years saw other problems, in particular, the wars in scotland and france inherited from mary english support for the successful scottish protestant. Legitimacy: marriage between her parents believed to be invalid by catholics as the pope did not approve marriage and succession: finding the right of councillors from 50 to 20 be able to argue which problem was the biggest – to do this you need to weigh up the problems relative to each other.