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BADWOLF💀THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST Jun 17
Thomas Tallis. (1505-1585) one of the most important English of sacred music
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Chloe Chambers Jun 13
Finding my school history books from when I was 7/8 years old. Always did love the Tudor’s
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Beaufort Companye Feb 10
15thC sword, given to the City of Lincoln after the battle of Stoke Field 1487 by Henry VII. Traditionally owned by the earl of Lincoln’s and now resides in Lincoln City Guild Hall
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Hever Castle Mar 6
These 13 steps in the Castle will take you directly to Anne Boleyn’s childhood bedroom 🌹
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Sean Cunningham Jan 26
Lots of skill, character & technique on show in Thomas Wriothesley's drawings & paintings of the heraldic crests & shields of Henry VII's courtiers in the splendid Writhe's Book of Knights, compiled in the early 1530s (BL Add 46354)
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Sue Copsey aka Olivia Hayfield 🌹👑 Jan 6
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Jo Vigor-Mungovin Mar 9
9 March 1554 - Kettle a man was for against . Gallows erected at the High Cross.His quarters were set over each of the town gates, while his head was fitted to the High Cross itself.
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Eric Sangwine Jan 31
My inspiration -- a comment made by Andrew Borde on the "value" of higher education. Borde was a 16th century English medical practitioner whom I first learned about when completing my MA in Tudor studies at Simon Fraser University.
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Tracy Martin Ⓥ🌱💚🌍 Jan 12
Real fur trims should be left in Tudor times. Sad to see the presenter wearing a Canada Goose jacket - here's your trim when it had a life 😢
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Steven Veerapen Apr 11
Was Queen Elizabeth I a vain, white-painted old woman? No. Was Essex cynically taking advantage of her? No. Read about their curious relationship in my new book
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Hever Castle Mar 11
Today we’re exploring King Henry VIII’s bedchamber. It is thought that Henry would have slept in this room as it is one of the largest bedchambers in the Castle and was restored by the Astor family to be fit for a King 👑
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Walton C of E Primary Jan 17
The children loved our ‘jigsaw’ lesson about the wives of Henry VIII
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Belizabeth Guerrero May 9
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Learning Team at Historic Royal Palaces Jan 16
Did you know the plaque displayed outside the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace originally showed Cardinal Wolsey's coat of arms? After Wolsey lost royal favour, this was repainted to represent Jane Seymour's coat of arms.
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Carole Bowe 📚 May 3
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Jenna Claire Apr 5
Super excited about my trip to Bury St. Edmunds tomorrow! Mary Tudor here I come!!!
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The National Archives Jan 6
Henry VIII married Anne of Cleves. Sadly this marriage only lasted six months. We hold the seals from judgement declaring the nullity of their marriage
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BritishMonarchy.co.uk Dec 13
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Monica Descalzi Jun 2
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BADWOLF💀THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST Jun 16
On the 15th June 1519 was the birth of Henry FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset, (d. 1536) He as the son of King Henry VIII of England and his mistress, Elizabeth Blount, and the only illegitimate offspring whom Henry VIII acknowledged.
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