How did Elizabeth I feel about being queen in a 'man's world'? | Tracy Borman explains
How did Elizabeth I navigate her role as queen in what might be considered a 'man's world'? Historian Tracy Borman explains – in less than 60 seconds...
She was nonetheless crowned on 15 January 1559 at Westminster Abbey, ushering in half a century of relative stability after the turmoil of her siblings’ short reigns.
But how did Elizabeth navigate being a female ruler in what might be described as a 'man's world'?
Historian Tracy Borman explains how England's 'Gloriana' felt about her role as queen...
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