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      Elizabethan Era

      A Compendium* on Life in Elizabethan England

      *com·pen·di·um [kuhm-pen-dee-uhm] 

      1. a brief treatment or account of a subject, especially an extensive subject; concise treatise: a compendium of medicine.
      2. a summary, epitome, or abridgment.
      3. a full list or inventory: a compendium of their complaints.
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