The second was clearer: an old Elizabethan galley with decorative waves beneath it, but interrupted in the middle by a curious jagged rock, which was either a fault in the wood or some conventional representation of the water coming in.
The dining-room was as nautical as the cabin of a ship; but its note was rather that of the modern than the Elizabethan captain.
Rodney, meanwhile, was talking about the Elizabethan dramatists.
No, I don't think it's got anything to do with the Elizabethans.
We call the whole group of authors who sprang up at this time the Elizabethans
, after the name of the Queen in whose reign they lived and wrote.
Under these circumstances, I unhesitatingly acknowledged myself to be no judge at all, and suggested that we should treat "the old wing" precisely as we had previously treated the Elizabethan
The Book of Oberon: A Sourcebook of Elizabethan
Magic is translated and annotated from the Folger Shakespeare Library's 16th century manuscript, and adds to any who would pursue the magical literature of Elizabethan
times with a grimoire packed with magical insights and history.
Peterson, "The Book of Oberon: A Sourcebook of Elizabethan
Magic" is a lavishly illustrated grimoire that will prove to be an indispensable addition to the Metaphysical Studies reference collections of magic practitioners, grimoire collectors, and Elizabethan
26 Format:( | Dame Emma Kirkby, an expert on the 400-year-old songs of the Elizabethan
and Jacobean era, performed at the university's inaugural HIP Happening, a mini-festival celebrating historical music.
VISITORS will be transported back to the Elizabethan
era when a town celebrates its history.
EXPERTS are hoping to unravel the mystery behind one of the world's largest collections of Elizabethan
jewellery as it goes on display for the first time.
Three Roadshow specialists also uncover some unusual finds during their visit to the National Trust property including a rare piece of Elizabethan
furniture and a portrait of the Earl of Leicester.