A Who's Who of Tudor Women (Wi-Z)
Margaret Wyatt was one of Anne Boleyn’s ladies and said to be her close friend. She accompanied Queen Anne to the scaffold and helped bury her.
9 Bizarre Objects Owned by Henry VIII
After Henry VIII died in 1547, a full inventory of his possessions was commissioned in London. Here are some of the stranger items on the list. 9 Bizarre Objects Owned By Henry VIII | Mental Floss
The Jewel Anne Boleyn sent to King Henry VIII depicting a woman on a ship in a storm tossed sea signifying that she was willing to brave the tempest with Henry and he was the diamond guiding the ship as her protector.
TOP OF THE POPS
A list of my top ten movies ever... (Well top 18 movies ever, coz I couldn't cut them down.) They are in no particular order, because that would be too difficult, and I'll probably (definitely) have forgotten a few... 1)Titanic So Leo will probably crop up a few times in this list (just warning you.) I went to see this movie seven times at the cinema, I was eleven (legally underage may I add- as the film is certified 12) and each time I thought MAYBE THIS TIME JACK WON'T DIE. He died every…
Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace
Henry VIII's banqueting hall, covered in original tapestries. When we went, they were celebrating the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII's accession to the throne, and they had reenactments of his wedding to Kateryn Parr. I don't believe the Hall is usually decked out like this. We were lucky! (And if I lived in London, I'd be at this place every weekend, if not more often.) Hampton Court Palace.
Henry VIII and Cardinal Wolsey, painting by Sir John Gilbert in 1888, Ego et Rex Meus, Me and My King Stock Photo - Alamy
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Henry VIII’s Sword of State Dated: English School, (16th century) Culture: English Medium: Steel, silver, gold & crystal Location: Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK The sword was said to have been given to Henry VIII by the Pope.