What Was Life Like In Tudor Times

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SOCIETY IN TUDOR ENGLAND

For the wealthier members of society, there was increasing trade, more opportunities to buy luxury goods and a glut of wealth distributed from the dissolution of the monasteries throughout the British Isles. For the poor, life remained hard, with high unemployment and the loss of much of the communal life and festivity that. Life in Tudor times was hard and the gap between the rich and the poor marked. Explore what everyday life was really like through key people, places and events. Though London was the home of the wealthiest people, it also had many of the poorest. How big was Tudor London? Map of Tudor London dating to The first maps of London were made in the Tudor period and they tell us a lot about what London was like. This map from shows the City of London in the centre.

In 16th century England most of the population lived in small villages and made their living from farming.

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However towns grew larger and more important. While the 16th century trade and production grew rapidly and England became a more and more commercial country.

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Mining of coal, tin and lead flourished. So did the iron industry.

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During this while England became richer and richer.

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