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Portrait of Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658)

Portrait of Oliver Cromwell Circle of Robert Walker

Follower of Robert Walker (? circa 1607-circa 1658 London) Portrait of a young man, possibly Richard Cromwell, bust-length, in armour

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Oliver Cromwell became the Lord Protector after Charles 1 was executed.  By 1646, England was ruled solely by Parliament, although the king was not executed until 1649.The Lord Protector died on September 3, 1658, naming his son Richard as successor.

Oliver Cromwell became the Lord Protector after Charles 1 was executed. By England was ruled solely by Parliament, although the king was not executed until Lord Protector died on September naming his son Richard as successor.

Oliver Cromwell AND HIS HEAD

The incredible journey of Oliver Cromwell's head

Portrait of Thomas Fairfax, (1612-1671). Leading Parliamentarian in the English Civil although was a supporter of the restoration of Charles II

Portrait of Thomas Fairfax, Leading Parliamentarian in the English Civil although was a supporter of the restoration of Charles II - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Lord protector Richard Cromwell, son of Oliver, resigned his position, on this day 25th May, 1659, leading to the restoration of the monarchy and the crowning of Charles II in 1660,

Lord protector Richard Cromwell, son of Oliver, resigned his position, on this day May, leading to the restoration of the monarchy and the crowning of Charles II in

King Charles II (1660-1685). House of Stuart. 1st cousin 9 times removed to Queen Elizabeth II. Reign 24 yrs, 8 mos, 9 days and succeeded by brother James II.

ThanksKing Charles II House of Stuart. cousin 9 times removed to Queen Elizabeth II. Reign 24 yrs, 8 mos, 9 days and succeeded by brother James II.

Anthony van Dyck, William II, Prince of Orange and Princess Henrietta Mary Stuart, daughter of Charles I of England, 1641

Anthony van Dyck, William II, Prince of Orange and Princess Henrietta Mary Stuart, daughter of Charles I of England, 1641

ROUNDHEAD n. A member of the Parliamentarian party in the English civil war — so called from his habit of wearing his hair short, whereas his enemy, the Cavalier (Royalist), wore his long . . . learn about these guys in THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND by Elizabeth George Speare. Free setting template and lots of fun activity ideas at https://litwits.com/the-witch-of-blackbird-pond/   #litwitskits

ROUNDHEAD n. A member of the Parliamentarian party in the English civil war — so called from his habit of wearing his hair short, whereas his enemy, the Cavalier (Royalist), wore his long.

Lord John Stuart and his Brother Lord Bernard Stuart, 1638, Anthony Van Dyck

Anthony van Dyck Lord John Stuart and his brother Lord Bernard Stuart (later Earl of Lichfield), circa 1638

James II of England,then Duke of York by John Riley.in the 1660s,In 1683,a plot was uncovered to assassinate Charles and James and spark a republican revolution to re-establish a government of the Cromwellian style.The conspiracy ,known as the Rye House Plot,backfired upon its conspirators and provoked a wave of sympathy for the King and James.Several notable Whigs,including the Earl of Essex and the King's illegitimate son,the Duke of Monmouth, were implicated.Essex committed suicide.

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Oliver Cromwell and His Daughter by Emanuel Leutze

Posts about LEUTZE Emanuel Gottlieb written by American Gallery

The marriage of King Charles I and Henrietta Marie of France took place on this day 13th June, 1625

Review: A Royal Passion - The good King Charles

The marriage of King Charles I and Henrietta Marie of France took place on this day June, 1625

Catherine de Medici with her children

Catherine de Medici and her children: Charles IX, Henry III, Francis the duke dAlenon, and Margaret queen of Navarre. Once in the collection of Horace Walpole at Strawberry Hill, it is now in the Victoria and Albert.

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