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Fergal Leonard Jul 19
Just a snippet of someone's character from four hundred years ago: one man, defending himself and a friend against allegations they were plotting to kill , claims that his friend "well nott kill acatt yf yt... look hym in the face."
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Dr Sarah A. Morris Jul 17
OMG! Just come across some information on the tomb and coffin of Elizabeth I that I have NEVER read before. Am tingling. So excited to be bringing it to you in the blog this weekend
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Dix Noonan Webb 14h
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Dr. Mickey Mayhew 11h
- was kept prisoner here on numerous occasions during the 1570s and 1580s by - well worth a visit, but check opening times first
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Elena Maria Vidal Jul 19
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Laurel A Rockefeller Jul 18
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AnneBoleyn Jul 20
Someone’s love & devotion to & forever etched on their arm....
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Boar's Head, Eastcheap 10h
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AnneBoleyn Jul 20
The fictional meeting between cousins Mary, Queen of Scots (Vanessa Redgrave) & Queen 👑 of England (Glenda Jackson) in the 1971 film 🎥 “Mary, Queen of Scots”.
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thismatteroffaith Jul 20
You can see a bit of her in , I think. More so than I see in ...
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Laurel A Rockefeller Jul 18
On this Day 1572 Thomas Howard is Executed
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AnneBoleyn Jul 20
Royal recycling: The dress that little Amanda Jane Smythe (the future ) wore in was put to use many times afterwards, as you can see in these photos! 😃
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OUHOS Collections Jul 21
Replying to @OU_Libraries
The Historie of the Most Renowned and Victorious Princesse Elizabeth, Late Queene of England (1630), held in Nichols 📚 JEWELS and PRECIOUS METALS
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AnneBoleyn Jul 13
’s handwriting is so beautiful 😍
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AnneBoleyn Jul 20
I’d never seen this photo before - amazing! 😍 Geneviève Bujold () with Amanda Jane Smythe (the future ) on the set of , 1969.
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Nic Jul 18
Anglo-Netherlandish School Previously attributed to Lucas de Heere (1534-1584) & Steven van der Meulen (1543-1568). Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (1532-1588), c.1564. Close to Elizabeth I, Dudley was thought to have been her lover.
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Tudor Dynasty Jul 15
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