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Why was The Chamberlain's men changed to the Kings Men? Answered

You know how Shakespeares company was called the Chamberlain's men, and until Queen Elizabeth 1st, and then they changed it to The Kings men. Why is that, wouldnt they change it to the Queen's Men if Queen Elizabeth had just started ruling?!?!?!?!?

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Re-designBest Answer (author)2009-11-03

It was formed during the reign of QE1 and named after Lord Chamberlain.  In 1596 it became Lord Hunsdon's Men until 1597 when Hunsdon became Lord Chamberlain.  It was renamed in 1603 when King James took the throne.

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anna rox (author)Re-design2009-11-03

that sounds mor understandable than wat i rote! lol~! thnx!

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islaw rocks (author)anna rox2009-11-03
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anna rox (author)islaw rocks2009-11-03

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islaw rocks (author)anna rox2009-11-03

i don't even understand the question hahahaha hey anna rox how you doing

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islaw rocks (author)anna rox2009-11-04

i want someone to talk to
and i know where you went

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islaw rocks (author)anna rox2009-11-04

yeah you are studying aren't you 
  

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islaw rocks (author)anna rox2009-11-03
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islaw rocks (author)anna rox2009-11-03

hey anna rox 
inner city pressure XD

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