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Penshurst Place, Kent - the huge medieval Baron's Hall. This is where Anne of Cleves lived after annulment from her marriage to King Henry VIII. The original medieval house is one of the most complete examples of 14th-century domestic architecture in England surviving in its original location.

The Blairs Memorial Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots was deliberately painted as a piece of political and religious propaganda to promote her death as a Catholic martyr.

In pictures: Mary, Queen of Scots

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Secrets Of The Virgin Queen (a contentious look at the body of Elizabeth I)

Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace

Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace - a photo on Flickriver

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The Evolution of the Ruff, 1560s-1590s

Historical Accuracy Reincarnated

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Lady Frances Howard, Countess of Kildare, daughter of Catherine Carey, granddaughter of Henry Carey, great-granddaughter of Mary Boleyn

Tomb of Arthur, Prince of Wales, elder son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. At Worchester Cathedral.

BURIALS of the Tudors - The Tudors Wiki

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Locket ring belonging to Queen Elizabeth I, c.1575 (gold with enamel, rubies, diamonds & mother-of-pearl)

The interior of Beauchamp Chapel at St. Mary's Church, Warwick. Robert Dudley and his second wife, Lettice Knollys, are buried on the left, and his brother, Ambrose Dudley, is buried in the foreground on the right.

Tintern Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII. The Abbey is 881 years old.

Because you know how it really went down. © The Tudor Tutor

A rare copy of Life Magazine from October 29, 1956, featuring Anne Boleyn on the cover. The article by Sir Winston Churchill himself, is about Henry VIII, a wily King, and his romantic misadventures.

Founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII Trinity Dining Hall is part of Trinity College, Cambridge, UK

The young Duc d'Alencon (brother of King Francis II, Mary Stuart's first husband) who grew up to be Queen Elizabeth I's suitor, her "frog."