- Queen Elizabeth was the queen of England from 1558 to 1603.
- Elizabeth executed Mary, Queen of Scots ("Bloody Mary") in 1587. This eliminated the religious unrest that was upon Europe at the time when Mary was executing thousands of innocent people for not following her views.
- Elizabeth ran the Spanish army out of her country after the King of Spain invaded England because Elizabeth refuse to marry Philip II. She also defeated attempted invasions in 1596 and 1597.
- Queen ELizabeth restored a torn country given to her by her father. England at the time was ripping itself apart from the inside as an affect of religious and economical revolts. Elizabeth restored the economy and put a stop to the religious unrest going on at the time. The time she ruled became known as the "Golden Age".
- Elizabeth became a wonderful queen and character despite all the hate she had gone through. She was imprisoned, shunned, and banished by her own family. But, when the time came, she Elizabeth was ready to take the throne.