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Francis Bacon

Bacon was an english philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist, author born on 22 January 1561 ( died at age 65 on 9 April 1626 in london). He died of Pneumonia, which is an inflammatory condition of the lung.

He served as Lord Chancellor and Attorney Genaral of England. Although his politcal career ended in a disgrace.

Bacon had three goals: to serve his country, to uncover truth, and to serve his church.
In 1560, through his uncle, Lord Burghley, he applied for a post at court which had a chance to enable gim to pursue a life of learning, but his application failed. in 1584 his career in the parliament has begun. At this time, he began to worite on the condition of parties in the church, he wrote the topic of philosophical reform in the lost tract, Temporis Partus Maximus.
He tought he would gain a higher position in the parliament that would lead to succes, but yet he failed.

Science
Franci’s Ideas were influential in the early middle of 1600’s

3 of his famous quotes:
“To be ignorant of causes is to be frustrated in action.” - Francis bacon
“The sovereignty of man lieth hid in knowledge” - Francis bacon
“Men fear death as children fear to go in the dark; and as that natural fear in children is increased with tales, so is the other.” - Francis bacon

Niccolò Machiavelli

Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelliwas born in Florence in Italy, 3 May 1469 and he died 21 June 1527, that means he died when he was 58 years old.
He was a author, political scientist, philosopher, historians, politicians.

The book The Prince was his most famous, he wrote the book around 1513 but it released in 1532. So the book released five years after his dead.
He wrote his masterpice when he no longer held in a position in Florence. A responsibillity in Florence.
In the book The Prince, Machiavelli wanted to say that monarchies have an advantage over republics.  

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William Shakespeare Life

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William Shakespeare was born in 1564 (people think his exact birth date was april 23rd just as his death date but it is not proven) and baptised April 26th in Warwickshire, he died april 23rd 1616 at age 52. Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright. Considered as the greatest writer in the English language and also the world’s pre-eminent dramatist.


William was the third child in the Shakespeare family. He had two older sisters, their name was Joan and Judith, he also had three younger brothers, Gilbert, Richard and Edmund. Williams fathers name was John Shakespeare, John was the mayor of Stratford. William’s mother’s name was Mary Arden and by 1557 she married John and got the name Mary Shakespeare. John was a son of Richard Shakespeare, Richard worked as a tenant farmer on land owned by Mary’s father which means that Mary and John could have known each other from childhood.

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The hard life

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In the middle ages Great Britain had about 13, 000 towns, villages and tiny hamlets. About 90 percent (about 2 million) of the English population lived on the countryside. If you would feed one person in one year on wheat required two acres of land.

Fish was an important part in the middle age, no town or place in England is more than 100 miles from the sea.

Yeoman - a farmer with freehold land. They were well known because of their diligences and work ethic. Yeoman where also a title of nobility and later on a title of military.

Husbandmen was small farmers who supported themselves by farming on leased land,  It is interesting that they were very poorly paid and was constantly forced to rely on his own job, the grouped all and such tramps could go around and say that they made shoes, and they had no independent business they walked around on the streets and said that they were bootmaker. But it also had to be good at what they did/make.

Day Labourers where those who watched the popularity of such people in the country or in a village. And see how many women or men who are working, It was like ⅔ women who worked. Women were for the most housewifes and they had different roles at home.

Sercants in Husbandry was hired mostly for masters or mistresses and made some kind of manual work that they were told to do, were usually work something in the household or agricultural work.

Europe in the 16th Century was the time for remarkable change. It was the beginning of the modern era, and it saw a revolution in almost every aspect of life. When the new century swift they found a new continent.

England It's a land forced inte major cultural chaos in ten years it was the second time it happened. It's a society divided intolerance, scared a population of beneath the iron of a brutal and paranoid police state.An unequal society was of great wealth and great poverty of a people bedeviled by parasites,Regularly people became infected with the plague,often malnourished and rife with suspicion, superstition and bloodlust. It was a society that constantly had to think of wars that could come and go any second. Daily grankades it by spies and cruel unusual governmental retaliation

In conclusion i have learned how people lived in the 16th and people lived very different some were very poor and some were very rich. I have also learnded that many people became infected with the plague. They had a hard life much harder than today

http://www.tudorgroup.co.uk/articles/social_structure.html
http://www.pbs.org/shakespeare/locations/location153.html


http://faculty.history.wisc.edu/sommerville/123/123%2013%20Society.htm

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This is the result of a collaborative work on Willlam Shakespeare. A summary of peer work at www.freinetskolanhugin.se  year 8!

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Shakespeare´s Family

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       Shakespeares`s  family
Shakespeare´s was the eldest son and the third of eight children. His mother’s name was Mary Arden and his father John Shakespeare. In 1568 was John the mayor of stratford. William had three older sisters who died when there was justchilds. Later he got 3 brothers and 1 sister (it was all together 8 children in the family). His father, John Shakespeare, was a glover and Property owners. His mothers (Mary Arden) belonged to a possessing Catholic family. Shakespeares´s father John came to Stratford from Snitterfield before 1532 as an apprenticeGlover and tanner of leather. John Shakespeare began trading in agricultural products and wool. John Shakespeare owned a house on Greenhill Street and two houses on Henley Street.

Shakespeare quit the school when he was around 15 years old and when he was 18 he married a 26 years old Anne Hathaway who was pregnat with the first of there children. Susanna, the eldest of their children, was born 26 may 1583. The other children was born to twins, Hamnet and and Judith, in 1585. In 1596 his son Hamnet died(he did only become 11), in 1601 died Shakespears´s father, and in 1608 his mother.

Shakespeare and his wife got 2 daughters before he died. In his will, Shakespeare´s left almost everything he owned to his elder daughter Susanna. Susanna got 3 children but they all died without getting married. Hesyounger daughter got 1 child, Elisabeth, who married twice but died without any children 1670, and that did the ending of Shakespeare´s line. Some few in Shakespeare´s family reclamedto be catholics, at the same time when catholics practise was against the law. Anne Hathaway was a


Glover: någon som gör vantar
Possessing: har kraften till något stort
Apprentice: är någon som lär sig något
Tanner of leather: en som garvar läder så att det blir mjukt
Agricultural: bonde
Hes: (his)
Reclamed: (reclaimed) ta tillbaka

Glover: någon som gör vantar
Possessing: har kraften till något stort
Apprentice: är någon som lär sig något
Tanner of leather: en som garvar läder så att det blir mjukt
Agricultural: bonde
Hes: (his)
Reclamed: (reclaimed) ta tillbaka

 

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William Shakespeare Life 0.2

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There is no exact information about Shakespeare’s childhood, but Scholars believe that William most likely attended the King’s New School in Standford. The school was based on latin grammar, it was forbidden to speak English. This insecurity about his education has led to alot of people raising many question about if even William Shakespeare ever existed.

He did also learn much by going to church which William attended by law with his father. William ended his school education at age 15, at the age of 18, (1582) Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway while she was pregnant with their first child Susanna whom Anne gave birth to almost 6 months later. Anne was 7 years older than William. Later in they’re marriage, they had twins by the names Hamnet and Judith. Hamnet died in 1596 when he was only 11 years old, possibly by bubonic plauge. Susanna died in 1649 and Judith 1662.

In conclusion we think that he had a pretty normal life. He grew up in a stable family and nothing strange happened in his childhood as we know that could have affected him and then he got married and got children. We think that William Shakespeare, from time to time, didn’t feel that good about himself and about his life, and that his plays reflected his own thoughts in one way. Such dark thoughts such as his plays Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet couldn’t come from a perfectly happy person, we think that he carried many doubts about himself and about the world.

In our eyes, William Shakespeare was one of the greatest (if not the greatest) writers, philosopher and poet of all times and the world won’t forget him and the marks he left.

 

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Freinetskolan Hugin

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William Shakespeares fame and fortune, characteristics and style.
Kevin and Oskar.

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Cities

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During the 1500 century London got The potential to grow over its ancient boundaries. Thanks to the victory against Spain, England became the owner of the sea.
England’s dependence to explore now had no boundaries.
England’s travels brought them coffé, tea and the plague.

Its was hard to live during the 19 century, thanks to the plague and mass urbanization.
When the understand the could create machines to do their work easier, the understood the didn't need all the workers.
This forced people to work in the cities or in a mine like a slave.
They were luxury was now a commodity for everyone.


The king was their strong and generous leader until the church started to grow bigger and get more power over the citizens of Great Britain (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) trying to take england. 
During the 15 and 16 century england dominated the sea and had kolonis almost every place in the world.
Thanks to the fleet and  trading england got new materials and foods home to Great Britain.
The people now got the potential to grow bigger and better crops.
More food means more people and more people means more workers.
the cities needed to expand larger and the farms needed to produce more food.
to produce more food you need more workers and the workers need hoses.
som farms grow to small cities.    

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Shakespeare´s Family 2

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Shakespeare´s children: 

* Susanna Hall/Shakespeare born 1583 died 1649 She was married to John Hall. Susanna was the eldest child and she was the older sister to Hamnet shakespeare and Judith Quiney /Shakespeare. She had a Daughter Elisabeth in 1680.

* Hamnet shakespeare Born 1585 and died 1596 was William shakespeare´s only son. He and Judith was twins but Hamnet died 11 years old of Unknown causes. Hamnet inspired his dad to writing of Romeo and Juliet o.s.v.

* Judith Quiney/Shakespeare Born 1585 and died 1662. She was married with Thomas Quiney and the  had three children: Shakespeare born 1616 and died1617), Richard Born 1618 and died 1639 , Thomas born 1620 and died 1639.
Shakespeare´s Brother and sisters:

* Joan born 1558 she was the first children. She survive two months.

*Margaret born 1562 died 1563 she was a year later. 

*Gilbert born 1566 died 1612 he was 46 years old. 

* Joan a another daughter born 1569 and died 1646 she was 77 years old. 

*Anne Shakespeare born 1571 died 1579 she was 7 years old. 

* Richard born 1574 died 1613 he was 39 years old. 

* Edmund Born 1580 and died 1607 he was 27 years old. 

http://www.shakespeare-online.com
http://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/SLT/life/childhood/family.html

       Shakespeares`s  family 
Shakespeare´s was the eldest son and the third of eight children. His mother’s name was Mary Arden and his father John Shakespeare. In 1568 was John the mayor of stratford. William had three older sisters who died when there was justchilds. Later he got 3 brothers and 1 sister (it was all together 8 children in the family). His father, John Shakespeare, was a glover and Property owners. His mothers (Mary Arden) belonged to a possessing Catholic family. Shakespeares´s father John came to Stratford from Snitterfield before 1532 as an apprenticeGlover and tanner of leather. John Shakespeare began trading in agricultural products and wool. John Shakespeare owned a house on Greenhill Street and two houses on Henley Street. 

Shakespeare quit the school when he was around 15 years old and when he was 18 he married a 26 years old Anne Hathaway who was pregnat with the first of there children. Susanna, the eldest of their children, was born 26 may 1583. The other children was born to twins, Hamnet and and Judith, in 1585. In 1596 his son Hamnet died(he did only become 11), in 1601 died Shakespears´s father, and in 1608 his mother.

Shakespeare and his wife got 2 daughters before he died. In his will, Shakespeare´s left almost everything he owned to his elder daughter Susanna. Susanna got 3 children but they all died without getting married. Hesyounger daughter got 1 child, Elisabeth, who married twice but died without any children 1670, and that did the ending of Shakespeare´s line. Some few in Shakespeare´s family reclamedto be catholics, at the same time when catholics practise was against the law. Anne Hathaway was a 

Shakespeare´s children: 

* Susanna Hall/Shakespeare born 1583 died 1649 She was married to John Hall. Susanna was the eldest child and she was the older sister to Hamnet shakespeare and Judith Quiney /Shakespeare. She had a Daughter Elisabeth in 1680.

* Hamnet shakespeare Born 1585 and died 1596 was William shakespeare´s only son. He and Judith was twins but Hamnet died 11 years old of Unknown causes. Hamnet inspired his dad to writing of Romeo and Juliet o.s.v.

* Judith Quiney/Shakespeare Born 1585 and died 1662. She was married with Thomas Quiney and the  had three children: Shakespeare born 1616 and died1617), Richard Born 1618 and died 1639 , Thomas born 1620 and died 1639.
Shakespeare´s Brother and sisters:

* Joan born 1558 she was the first children. She survive two months.

*Margaret born 1562 died 1563 she was a year later. 

*Gilbert born 1566 died 1612 he was 46 years old. 

* Joan a another daughter born 1569 and died 1646 she was 77 years old. 

*Anne Shakespeare born 1571 died 1579 she was 7 years old. 

* Richard born 1574 died 1613 he was 39 years old. 

* Edmund Born 1580 and died 1607 he was 27 years old. 

http://www.shakespeare-online.com
http://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/SLT/life/childhood/family.html

 

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