Jacobean

Jacobean

[jak-uh-bee-uhn]

Jacobean indicates the period of English history that coincides with the reign of James I (16031625):

It is also used to refer to other things relating to the name James, notably the biblical Epistle of James.

Jacobean derives from the New Latin Jacobaeus, cognate with James and Jacob.

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