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The execution spot for Thomas More, John Fisher, Thomas Cromwell, Edward Seymour, Thomas Wyatt, Thomas Howard, and quite a few other unfortunate souls. The Tower of London is behind the trees in the centre, and that egg-shaped building is City Hall. The memorial itself is the square-patterned brickwork and plaques in the foreground. You'd think there'd be more fanfare for such an important place! Photo © The Tudor Tutor

How cool is this? Thomas More's beloved daughter Meg.

Tower of London- room where Sir Thomas More was imprisoned

Sir Thomas More writing on the coronation of Henry VIII

Another view of the cell of Sir Thomas Moore at the Tower of London

Sapphire seal with the arms of Knyvett, made in England, c.1580 (source). The seal most likely belonged to Sir Thomas Knyvett the younger, who was knighted in 1579/80 when he was made High Sheriff of Norfolk. Sir Thomas was also married to the daughter of Queen Elizabeth I’s Treasurer of the Household.

Graffiti in a cell in the Tower of London. Thomas Roper was married to Sir Thomas Mores' daughter

Lady Maria Conyngham (died 1843) Sir Thomas Lawrence  (English, Bristol 1769–1830 London)

Indo-Persian turban helmet, 15th to 16th century.Philadelphia Museum of Art.