Privileged Positions Close to a Monarch during the Tudor Era and English Playwright William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Play Based Upon the Long and Danver Families

Appearances were incredibly important during the Tudor era for those who were seen and spent time interacting in the royal court. A single simple suit, the kind worn by any member of the court, cost an astonishing years worth of rent for a London apartment of the period. Those who were made Esquire of the Body had the task of helping a royal monarch get dressed each morning, a position of enormous privilege as the person doing so had a direct and constant line with the monarch they were serving....

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