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Opus eximium, De uera differentia regiae potestatis et by Edward Fox

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November 12, 1537 - Jane Seymour's Funeral. Read about the formalities on www.janetwertman.com

November 12, 1537 - Jane Seymour's Funeral. Read about the formalities on www.janetwertman.com

Henry Parker, Lord Morley must have spent most of his career under King Henry VIII with his loyalties torn between his religion, his family and his obedience to his monarch. Having spent his boyhoo...

Henry Parker, Lord Morley must have spent most of his career under King Henry VIII with his loyalties torn between his religion, his family and his obedience to his monarch. Having spent his boyhoo...

A free exhibition exploring one of Tudor England's most extraordinary and enigmatic figures18 January - 29 July 2016

A free exhibition exploring one of Tudor England's most extraordinary and enigmatic figures18 January - 29 July 2016

Written by Natalie Grueninger and friend.  Natalie maintains "In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn" page on FB.  Will be published in UK next month.

Written by Natalie Grueninger and friend. Natalie maintains "In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn" page on FB. Will be published in UK next month.

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On this day in History, Charge of the Light Brigade on Oct 25, 1854. Learn more about what happened today on History.

On this day in History, Charge of the Light Brigade on Oct 25, 1854. Learn more about what happened today on History.

Catherine de Valois is seen here marrying Henry V, who was 14 years her senior, as part of the 1420 Treaty of Troyes. Following Henry's death she wed Welshman Owain ap Maredudd ap Tudur, who is variously referred to as the queen’s steward, page or cupbearer. © Mary Evans Picture Library / Alamy

Catherine de Valois is seen here marrying Henry V, who was 14 years her senior, as part of the 1420 Treaty of Troyes. Following Henry's death she wed Welshman Owain ap Maredudd ap Tudur, who is variously referred to as the queen’s steward, page or cupbearer. © Mary Evans Picture Library / Alamy

A previously unknown portrait of Henry VIII’s only son, Edward VI, revealed by tree ring-dating to have been created shortly after the king’s death at the age of 15, has been discovered in the art collection of London’s Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity.  Tests on the delicate portrait of Edward, who was crowned at the age of nine in 1547, show it could have been made not long after the 1553 Reformation, when the boy monarch re-established St Thomas’ Hospital.

A previously unknown portrait of Henry VIII’s only son, Edward VI, revealed by tree ring-dating to have been created shortly after the king’s death at the age of 15, has been discovered in the art collection of London’s Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity. Tests on the delicate portrait of Edward, who was crowned at the age of nine in 1547, show it could have been made not long after the 1553 Reformation, when the boy monarch re-established St Thomas’ Hospital.

You'll never be stuck for reading on a rainy day with a copy of  Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Tudors but were Afraid to Ask on your shelf. It's packed with fascinating titbits on th...

You'll never be stuck for reading on a rainy day with a copy of Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Tudors but were Afraid to Ask on your shelf. It's packed with fascinating titbits on th...

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