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1st January 1511: In the early hours of the morning Catherine of Aragon gave birth to a son, Henry Duke of Cornwall, son of Henry VIII. Tragically the little boy was to die only fifty two days later on February 22nd. How different Tudor history and England may have been if the little boy had lived.

January On this day in history Queen Katherine of Aragon gave birth to a stillborn baby girl approximately six months.

blog about Anne Boleyn/Tudor history

The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown Claire Ridgway During the spring of 1536 in Tudor England, events conspire to bring down…

Works by philosopher and theologian William of Ockham published in 1495. Contains notes and highlighted texts used to argue king's independence. Discovery shows how kings' advisers scoured country trying to find texts. Passages used as he sought annulment to marry second wife Anne Boleyn. The period, which led to break-up with Rome, is documented in Wolf Hall.

Book that helped Henry VIII annul his marriage discovered in Cornwall

Works by philosopher and theologian William of Ockham published in Contains notes and highlighted texts used to argue king's independence. Discovery shows how kings' advisers scoured country trying to find texts. Passages used as he sought annulment

K. of Aragon (Katherine of Aragon)

Katherine of Aragon Marys mother Henry VIII first wife. Mary was sent away from court and not permitted to see her mum. Caused her great stress.

Henry VIII is buried in St. George's Chapel at Windosr Castle, not in Westminster Abbey (where one might expect). Jane Seymour is buried with him.

He is one of the most famous kings of England, remembered for marrying six times and for breaking with the papacy in Rome and establishing the Church of England. A king of this magnitude, then, surely

Elizabeth of York: a Tudor of rare talent and one of England’s best queens | History Extra

An allegorical depiction from 1516 of the Tudor rose, which, through the marriage of Henry and Elizabeth, united the red rose of Lancaster with the white rose of York.

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