About Marriage Addyson Tymula

ROMEO AND JULIET. - Aruthur Rackham's drawing of Romeo and Juliet with Friar Lawrence. Pen and ink and watercolor, 1899-1906.. Fine Art. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016.

what does betrothal mean?

an important formal ceremoy, in which it is performed in front of a priest at the church door.

Stubbs has his hand cut off, 1521, illustration from 'Hutchinson's Story of the British Nation', c.1923 (litho) . lithograph. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016. quest.eb.com/search/108_4084704/1/108_4084704/cite. Accessed 6 Mar 2017.

three marriage and betrothal customs of Elizabethan England

first, the signining of the marriage contract, if there is one. also, they will exchange vows. lastly, there can be a procession to or from the church.

what is a dowry?

complemented by a trousseau of linens and household wares. is a sizeable chunk of assets. usually partly cash and credits and partly in goods and sometimes real estate, that build the foundation for the new unit of economy. the dowry is contributed by the bride's side and the distribution of possessions after death.

Opusarte. “Prokofiev: ROMEO & JULIET (Royal Opera House).” YouTube, YouTube, 7 Feb. 2013, www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBo-SPFhCJY. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.

how is the intentions to marry announce? what happens if it is not announced previous to the event?

the "bans" were asked in the parish church on three successsive sundays. the banns were a form of marriage announcemnt; provide an oppurtunity for poeple to reveal any impediments to the marriage. the marriage would be called off if it was not announced previous to the day.

explain how important is a wedding ring to the Elizabethans?

the ring ceremony initiated the symbolic transfer the women out of her natal family and her incorporation into her mariatal one.

works cited

Grendler, Paul F. Encyclopedia of the Renaissance. Vol. 4, New York, Scribner, 1999.

Singman, Jeffrey l. “Daily Life in Elizabethan England PDF Jeffrey L. Singman, Jeffrey L. Forgeng.” Kilibro, Greenwood Press, www.kilibro.com/books/031329335X/daily-life-in-elizabethan-england. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.

Cohen, Elizabeth S., and Thomas V. Cohen. Daily Life in Renaissance Italy. Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 2001.

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