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Henry VIII & his wives ~ finally and exhaustively! All we have to add is that these three Queens were relatives ( Boleyn, Howard, Parr), all these three could be beheaded (Parr was very close to execution and murder), all these three were, probably, the most beloved wives of Henry VIII of England.

primaporta: The wives of Henry VIII infographic

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Anne Boylen and King Henry

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Margaret Tudor, Henry VIIIs Older Sister - king-henry-viii Photo

King Henry VIII Photo: Margaret Tudor, Henry VIII's Older Sister

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The girlhood of Mary queen of Scots

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A miniature of King Henry VIII (1491–1547). By a follower of Hans Holbein the Younger.

BBC - Your Paintings - Henry VIII (1491–1547)

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Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn Pictures

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Families of Grey and Seymour (Family Tree)

English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England - Arbella Stuart

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Velvet bound Greek Testament given to Elizabeth I in 1558 by Cambridge University; it was printed in Paris.

Sir Joseph Williamson 1633-1701 | The Queen’s College

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Hampton Court

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Catherine Parr reproduction gown.

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Anne of Cleves was a Protestant German Princess who was born in Dusseldorf, Cleves in Germany... The education of Anne of Cleves was quite basic as her mother was VERY strict and traditional and she was not well tutored in music, dancing literature or languages. There were three sisters in the royal family of Cleves and Hans Holbein, a famous Tudor court painter, was sent to paint the pictures of Sybilla, Amelia and Anne. Henry VIII selected Anne as his next bride based on her portrait.

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Anne Boylen and Henry The Eighth

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King Henry VII, father of Henry VIII and Arthur, Prince of Wales

Tudor History Photo: Henry VII

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Tomb of Katherine of Parr, Sudeley Castle.

The Disorganised Author: Sudeley Castle

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Anne Boleyn - kings-and-queens Photo

Kings and Queens Photo: Anne Boleyn

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The girlhood of Mary queen of Scots

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Elizabeth I - The Rainbow Portrait can be viewed at Hatfield House. Her gown is embroidered with English wildflowers. Her cloak is decorated with eyes and ears, implying that she sees and hears all. Her headdress is an incredible design, decorated lavishly with pearls and rubies and supports her royal crown. The pearls symbolize her virginity; the crown symbolizes her royalty. Pearls also adorn the transparent veil which hangs over her shoulders. The serpent symbolizes wisdom.

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This is where King Henry VIII was throned in 1509. Since 1308, when it was commissioned by King Edward I, all but two monarchs have been crowned in the chair. This image was taken in 1987 when the Stone of Scone was still there.

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Eltham Palace, the childhood home of King Henry VIII at Greenwich, London.

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Henry VIII (second coinage)

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Testoon of Henry VIII (third coinage), 1509–47

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Henry VIII's toilet

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The Main Staircase - Hatfield House - Hertfordshire - England Childhood home of Elizabeth I

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Henry VII and Elizabeth of York: Westminster Abbey

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A HENRY VIII CARVED OAK RELIEF OF THE TUDOR COAT-OF-ARMS

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