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Definition of: Jacobean

(jak′ə·bēən) adjective
1. Of or pertaining to the time of James I of England and sometimes of James II; specifically, of or pertaining to an English architectural and furniture style of the early 17th century, representing the merging of English Tudor forms into those of the Renaissance, and sometimes, by extension, the architecture of the entire Stuart period and of the Commonwealth.
2. Of or pertaining to the apostle St. James the Less or the epistle ascribed to him.
noun A Jacobean writer or politician.
Also Jaco·bae′an. [<LL Jacobaeus <Jacobus James]

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Jacobean era
Jacobean england
Jacobean style
Jacobean mansion
Jacobean architecture
Jacobean drama
Jacobean house
Jacobean period
early Jacobean
Jacobean embroidery
Jacobean theatre
Jacobean portraiture
Jacobean manor
Jacobean plays
Jacobean pulpit

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