How Morocco Saved the Queen: Elizabeth Expands Foreign Trade
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About The Event
Wherein Queen Elizabeth I responded to England’s bankruptcy by expanding foreign trade to the west (the Americas) and to the East (Morocco and the Ottoman Empire). Importation of exotic goods changed the culture and tastes of Elizabethan England. This tour provides background of Tudor trade development. Museum objects in Agecroft Hall’s collection illustrate the incorporation of imported goods into Elizabethan daily life.
$8.00 per person
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