Windsor Castle is a medieval castle and royal residence at Windsor in the English county of Berkshire that is notable for its long association with the British royal family and for its architecture. Wikipedia

Windsor Castle is a medieval castle & royal residence at Windsor in the English county of Berkshire that is notable for its long association with the British royal family & for its architecture.

Timeline of the British Monarchs from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth II. This is an enormous timeline of the British Monarchs from 1066 to the present day. The dates of the reigns of each monarch are included with each name and photo. Additional individuals are on the timeline as necessary to show how the line of succession reached a particular monarch.

Timeline of the British Monarchs from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth II. This is an enormous timeline of the British Monarchs from 1066 to the present day. The dates of the reigns of each monarch are included with each name and photo.

Queen Elizabeth I

With Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn as your parents.it's bound to be complicated. Elizabeth I, Tudor monarch, in the famous Rainbow Portrait. She was the daughter of Ann Boleyn and Henry VIII. About time she had a meme.

Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville | Elizabeth Wydville Woodville (1437 - 1492) - Find A Grave Memorial

Tomb of Elizabeth Woodville - British monarch, Queen consort of King Edward IV. George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, UK - The White Queen

Lettice Knollys, cousin/frenemy of Elizabeth I, great niece of Anne Boleyn, granddaughter of Mary Boleyn. died at 91, a daily exerciser, having outlived all of her children. Elizabeth I once called Knollys a "she wolf."

1577 Elizabeth Knollys, Lady Layton after George Gower. Elizabeth Knollys was the granddaughter of Mary Boleyn, and a great niece of Anne Boleyn. She married Sir Thomas Leighton in

St. Edwards Crown - Anne Boleyn is the only consort, before or since, to have been crowned with the St Edward crown, which is reserved for the actual monarch.

Edwards Crown - Anne Boleyn is the only consort, before or since, to have been crowned with the St Edward crown, which is reserved for the actual monarch. I know she was crowned as a regent would have been.

Said to be 'the most comfortable house in England' Sandringham Estate, Norfolk, has been the private home of British monarchs since 1862. The main ground floor of the house which is used regularly by the royal family and whose design remains as it was in Edwardian times is open for public visits. There is also two self catering cottages on the estate which you can stay in

Small Drawing Room at Sandringham House. Bought by Edward VII to get away from his mother. His Danish wife Alexandra filled this room with Danish porcelain, including 3 large vases depicting the Scandinavian Royal castles.

Elizabeth I of England | portrait of Elizabeth's half-sister, Queen Mary I; she ruled England ...

La Peregrina - the third largest pearl in the world discovered in the early by an African slave diver in the Pearl Islands in the Gulf of Panama is worn by MaryTudor (also known as 'Bloody Mary'). La Peregrina means 'The Wanderer' or 'Pilgrim'.

Kings and Queens of England and Britain - this is a great site for info (short bio on each) of the 66 Monarchs that have reigned over England/Britain in the past 1500 years.

The twelve days of Christmas would have been a most welcome break for the workers on the land, which in Tudor times would have been the majority of the people.

Queen Anne (reign 1702-1714) daughter of James II, was plagued by ill-health throughout her life. From her 30s onwards, she grew increasingly lame and corpulent. Despite seventeen pregnancies by her husband, Prince George of Denmark, she died without any surviving children and was the last monarch of the House of Stuart.

Willem Wissing and Jan van der Vaardt - Queen Anne, when Princess of Denmark, 1665 – 1714

William The Conqueror Family Tree | Kings of England family tree - The Full Wiki

Houses of Lancaster and York ~ the official House of Windsor.gov family tree ~ God Save the Queen!

Medieval kings had to eat too. And because of their status, they could choose from an impressive selection of great dishes. That is essentially what you get from browsing this unusual medieval book. Written in Middle English and dating from c. 1390, it is the oldest surviving cookbook in the English language. It was made for a king: the English monarch Richard II. If you want to try to cook these receipts, click for a modern translation:)

Dating from 1390 this is the oldest surviving cookbook in the English language. it was made for the English monarch Richard II.

Queen Victoria became queen when she was only 18 years old and is still the longest reigning English monarch in history.

Franz Xavier nach Winterhalter - Portrait of Queen Victoria 1859 - Fine Art Reproduction, individual art card

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