What Era was before the Victorian Era?
X A.) Restoration Era
X B.) Edwardian Era
✓ C.) Georgian Era
X D.) Taylor Lautner Era
X E.) None of the above
The Georgian Era! The period of British history which takes its name from, the first four Hanoverian kings of Great Britain: George I, George II, George III and George IV. The era covers the period from 1714 to 1830. Often the short reign of the fifth and final Hanoverian king King William IV (1830 to 1837) is also included. The last Hanoverian monarch of the UK was William's niece Queen Victoria who is the namesake of the following historical era, the Victorian, which is usually defined as occurring from the start of her reign, when William died, and continuing until her death.
To sum it all up!
The period of time before the Victorian Era was the Georgian Era!
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Sorry for the long intermission, but there's not much more I can say on this topic.
Except for the fact there will be Entries ever Thursday from now on.
The topic of this Entry since this is Anime's Victorian Era. Are about anime's that take place in the Victorian Era. Now since they're not that many.... well that I know of... and to keep this topic going on for awhile. I'm only going to recommend one per week, but you guys can put down which was your favorite Victorian Era Anime. Below in the comments, and see if it will be featured in next weeks Entry.
This weeks Victorian Anime is:
Earl and Fairy (Hakushaku to Yōsei)
Genres: adventure, magic, romance
Themes: Bishoujo, Bishounen, Historical
Plot:The story is set in 19th century England and centers on a "fairy doctor" named Lydia. Her life takes a 180-degrees turn when she meets a legendary blue knight count named Edgar and his crew. He hires her as an adviser during his quest to obtain a treasured sword that was supposed to be handed down to him by his family.
Victorian Era Question of The Day!
This is a question that's very simple, and easy, but it drives true Victorian Era lovers crazy. When they see other people get this wrong.
A proper Victorian dress shows ankles, and legs or no?
B.) Just to the ankles
D.) It doesn't matter as long as its frilly
The answer will be revealed next time, and the first one to comment the right answer.
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