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Wood Carving of William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley; Queen Elizabeth I; Sir Francis Walsingham by William Faithorne circa 1655
Francis Walsingham, principal secretary to Elizabeth I, mostly known as her spymaster. Potrait c. 1585, attributed to John de Critz. Walsingham died April 1690.
Queen Elizabeth I. seated between William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, her 'Spirit', and Sir Francis Walsingham, her 'Moor'.
Sir William Cecil, Baron Burghley, Elizabeth I's Secretary of State
Queen Elizabeth I knighting Sir Francis Drake
William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Elizabeth I's chief councillor and friend by lisby1, via Flickr
NOT "Glove of Elizabeth I" Wishful thinking. This is contemporary art by Rozanne Hawksley. www.rozannehawksl...
What a beautiful face! Miniature of Princess Elizabeth, later Elizabeth I, by William Essex
Princess Elizabeth’s, later Queen Elizabeth I, letter to her sister Queen Mary I. Written just before she was taken to the Tower.
Document signed by Queen Elizabeth I with Royal Great Seal. Also signed by Robert Dudley, Sir William Cecil, Sir Nicholas Bacon, Lord Chamberlain William Howard of Effingham, and Sir Francis Knollys
Queen Elizabeth I, c.1560, oil on panel, artist unknown. National Portrait Gallery, London.
Portrait of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Elizabeth I's chief Councillor and friend, who was one of the most powerful and successful political figures of the Tudor period.
1575-1578 Elizabeth attributed to Nicholas Hilliard (Anglesey Abbey, Cambridge UK) Queen Elizabeth is dressing more and more strikingly as her reign advances, as shown in this 1575-1578 portrait.