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Possibly Catherine of Aragon, queen of England by Wilfred Drake,drawing,1921. This appears to be a watercolor of a unknown stained glass window believed to depict Catherine of Aragon.
Upon the death of Isabella of Castile in November 1504,Joanna became Queen regnant of Castile,her husband de jure uxoris King;Joanna's father, Ferdinand,lost his title of 'King of Castile',although his wife's will permitted him to govern the country in Joanna's absence,if Joanna was unwilling to rule it herself,until Charles reached the age of 20. by lisby1, via Flickr
Stained glass window in Peterborough Cathedral, Canterbury. For over 1300 years, worshiping Almighty God. As in most English Cathedrals, a long standing choral tradition underpins the daily round of prayer and worship, with Evensong sung each day (during term and often at other times). Choral Eucharist and Sung Matins are also offered on Sundays.