English: Elizabethan architecture is the term given to early Renaissance architecture in England, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. It followed Tudor style architecture, and was succeeded in the 17th century largely by its stylistic extension, Jacobean architecture and to a limited degree by Palladian architecture, introduced in a handful of prominent commissions within court circles by Inigo Jones.
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