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Jacobean

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishJacobeanJac‧o‧be‧an /ˌdʒækəˈbiːən◂/ adjective  belonging to or typical of the period between 1603 and 1625 in Britain, when James I was king of England Jacobean drama
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JacobeanEven allowing for these limitations, Smythson's is the strongest architectural personality to have survived from the Elizabethan and Jacobean age.This is a palatial Jacobean country manor house with exquisite interiors and wooden carvings.In Jacobean drama masculine identity requires masculine ratification.The room, with original Jacobean panelling, is sombre.Elizabethan wall hangings and Jacobean plasterwork are to be found inside.a Jacobean playThe large drawing-room is reached through a garden room, its terraces leading to a Jacobean rose garden.
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