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A sketch of Anne Cresacre, circa 1526-27. By Hans Holbein the Younger. Anne Cresacre was a ward of Sir Thomas More and his second wife, Alice Middleton. Anne eventually married More's son, John.

Queen Elizabeth I's tomb, Westminster Abbey.

I have the heart and stomach of a king

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Anne Boleyn Garden Hever Castle England.

Anne Boleyn garden hever castle england

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Portrait of Elizabeth I believed to have been commissioned by Robert Dudley, circa 1575.

11 year old Katherine of Aragon. Katherine of Aragon had a fair skin complexion, blue eyes, and an auburn hair color. She was referred to as “the most beautiful creature in the world” during her lifetime; renowned poet William Shakespeare reported her to be “The Queen of Earthly Queens.”

catherine of aragon Archives - Madame Guillotine

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Miniature of Queen Elizabeth I, Nicholas Hilliard

Miniature of Queen Elizabeth I

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'Queen Elizabeth I with a Fan', 1585-1590. Artist unknown

A Polar Bear's Tale: A fan fit for a queen

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Elizabeth Dauncey circa 1526-7-A portrait drawing of Elizabeth Dauncey (b.1506), daughter of Sir Thomas More, by Hans Holbein the Younger.

Elizabeth Dauncey (b.1506)

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Hampton Palace

a trail of coffee rings: January 2013

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Henry VIII as a child. I found it in Henry VIII by A.F. Pollard from 1902. At the time it was said to be from a painting in the collection of Sir Edmund and Lady Verney at Rhianva, Anglesey.

The family of Henry VII with Joachim and Anne meeting at the Golden Gate, illuminated page, 1503.

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In 2006 the remains of the chapel royal at Henry VII’s Greenwich Palace were discovered by Museum of London Archaeology. In this chapel Henry VIII married Anne of Cleves on 6th January 1540. The chapel royal can be seen in the photograph with its original Tudor tile floor.

Greenwich Palace - The Tudors Wiki

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