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The Kings and Queens of England, busts in oval frames, in four rows of four, with the names, dates and burial places of each below; second plate, Edward V, Richard III, Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I, Elizabeth I, James I, Charles I, Charles II, James II, William III, Mary II, Anne, George I and George II; lettered state. Mezzotint

Tudor Monastery Farm Full Episode 1 - EXCERPT: 'Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold turn the clock back over 500 years to run a farm at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum in West Sussex exactly as it would have been in 1500, during the reign of the first Tudor King, Henry VII.' Do view all three episodes.

Eleanor of Aquitaine inherited her father's lands in 1137, and married Louis VII of France that same year. Their marriage was annulled in 1152. She then married Henry II of England, bearing him eight children including sons Richard (the Lion-Hearted) and John who would both become king. Eleanor promoted courtly culture, including troubadour songs, and was a savvy military adviser to her sons.

Arbella Stuart was a direct descendant of King Henry VII of England. As the only child of Charles Stuart, Earl of Lennox and Elizabeth Cavendish, she was a grandchild of Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox and Margaret Douglas, who was, in turn, the daughter of Margaret Tudor, widow of James IV of Scotland, mother of James V of Scotland, and daughter of England's Henry VII. Margaret Douglas was the product of Margaret Tudor's second marriage, to Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, grandmother of Mary Queen of Scots

Portrait miniature thought to be Elizabeth I, c.1560. She is wearing symbolic roses in her hair: red for the house of Lancaster and white for the house of York; the Tudor line merged both with the marriage of Henry Tudor/VII to Elizabeth of York, creating the iconic "Tudor rose". The Royal Collection.

Tudor and Stuart Royals, a painting at Leeds Castle Henry VII; Henry VIII; Edward VI; Mary I; Elizabeth I; James I; Henry, Prince of Wales; Charles I; Anne of Denmark; Frederick V, King of Bohemia; Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia

Rose shaped pewter badge. In 1500 Henry VII provided funds to the hospital of the Savoy on the Strand to establish free accommodation to homeless men. The wardens at the hospital were issued with a Tudor rose badge to remind the homeless and the general public of his generosity. Date 1500 AD - 1550 AD

Worchester Cathedral, tomb of Arthur, Prince of Wales, elder son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, older brother of Henry (later VIII), first husband of Catherine of Aragon

Tomb of Henry VII, Westminster Abbey, c. 1910

Elizabeth Wydville, mother of Elizabeth of York (wife of King Henry VII), grandmother of Arthur, Margaret, Henry, and Mary Tudor

The thistle and the rose - Detail from the Treaty of Perpetual Peace (1502) between England and Scotland which was cemented by the marriage of James IV of Scotland to Princess Margaret, Henry VII’s daughter. The borders of this document illustrate the thistle (James’ emblem), the Tudor rose and the marguerete representing Margaret.

In 1485 it was from Nottingham Castle that Richard III left for Bosworth, where he was killed in battle with Henry Tudor, who became Henry VII. Then in 1642 it was outside the walls of Nottingham Castle that Charles I raised his standard and the English Civil War began. Ironically for most of the war Nottingham Castle was in Parliament's hands, and it was an order from Parliament following their final victory that led to the original castle's demolition in 1651.

Henry VIII and Wolsey ~ Cardenal Wolsey: Henry VIII's most able and devoted minister, betrayed. Thomas Wolsey (1471-1530), born a butcher’s son, rose in Tudor times to Archbishop of York while serving both Henry VII and Henry VIII. As Cardinal Wolsey, he applied his great abilities as a statesman and administrator of England's foreign affairs to enhance his own person. He had the king’s confidence until Henry decided to seek an an annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon so he could marry Anne Boleyn.

I'm going to see this for myself one of these days. Tomb of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, Westminster Abbey, c. 1910

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204). One of the most powerful women in European history. Wife of two kings (Louis VII king of France & Henry II Plantagenet king of England) and mother of other three (Henry the Young King, Richard I Lionheart & John I Lackland). Joined her military on the Crusades. Spent 16 years imprisoned. Poisoned her husband's mistress. Died a nun at 82 years old.

Henry the VII room at hampton court | One of Henry VIII's throne rooms – Billede af Hampton Court Palace ...

Arthur, Margaret, Henry, and Mary Tudor. The surviving children of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. Prince of Wales, Queen of Scotland, King of England, and Queen of France.

Possibly an early painting of Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII, grandmother of Henry VIII, Margaret, and Mary Tudor | great grandmother of Elizabeth I.

Princess Mary Tudor, Queen of France, daughter of Henry VII of England Considered to be the most beautiful Princess in Europe, Erasmus said of her that "Nature never formed anything more beautiful."

Princess Mary Tudor, who was born on the 18th March 1496, the youngest daughter of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, who inherited her father’s auburn colouring and the delicate loveliness of her mother and fabled grandmother, that astonishing and radiant beauty, Elizabeth Woodville.

She is the ancestress of every monarch to reign in the British isles after her son Henry VII was crowned. Through Henry VII she was the gra...

Henry VII. He was the founder of the Tudor dynasty, father of Henry VIII. He killed King Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth, then married Richard's niece Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Woodville, Queen Consort of Edward IV, was the first commoner to marry an English sovereign. Her children included the Princes in the Tower and Elizabeth of York; the latter made her the maternal grandmother of Henry VIII and great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth I.

Elizabeth of York Daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville Born: 11 February 1466 Married Henry VII: 18 June 1486 Died: 11 February 1503 Children: Arthur Prince of Wales Margaret Queen of Scotland Henry VIII Mary Queen of France