tudor_inventories

tudor_inventories - A Inventory of a Person in Tudor Times.

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A Inventory of a Person in Tudor Times.
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WALT -  to use inventories to identify characteristic  features of different types of people in Tudor times. - to draw conclusions about life in Tudor times from  different sources of information.  - know  that there are different ways of interpreting  the same information.
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WILF -  summarise differences between the homes of  two different people living in Tudor times  -  use evidence in inventories to make inferences  about people’s lifestyles
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Inventories Inventories were using in Tudor times to record all the items a person owned when they died. They showed the value of each item and gave a total value at the end. This can be used to show if a person was rich or poor. An inventory can also show us facts linking us to facts about a person’s lives
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Look at the following inventories.  Which one do you think is one of a  rich person and which is on of a poor  person? What makes you suggest  this?
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