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Queen Elizabeth I’s Ring. Gold, mother-of-pearl, rubies, and enamel, c.1560. According to tradition this ring was dedicated to James I (James VI of Scotland) as evidence of the Queen’s death and given by him to 1st Earl of Home in 1603.

Queen Elizabeth I’s Ring. Gold, mother-of-pearl, rubies, and enamel, c.1560. According to tradition this ring was dedicated to James I (James VI of Scotland) as evidence of the Queen’s death and given by him to 1st Earl of Home in 1603.

On this day, 17 November 1558: Elizabeth Tudor succeeded to the English throne following the death of her sister, Mary. She would rule for the next forty-five years. Raise a glass and toast one of history's most enigmatic women, a woman who made it impossible for anyone to argue that the female sex wasn't capable of leading a national militarily, religiously, or politically. Via Deborah Harkness facebook

On this day, 17 November 1558: Elizabeth Tudor succeeded to the English throne following the death of her sister, Mary. She would rule for the next forty-five years. Raise a glass and toast one of history's most enigmatic women, a woman who made it impossible for anyone to argue that the female sex wasn't capable of leading a national militarily, religiously, or politically. Via Deborah Harkness facebook

elizabethanhistory:    The Childhood of Queen Elizabeth I was a difficult one. Elizabeth was born 7 September 1533 at Greenwich Palace. The child of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Her much awaited birth was a huge disappointed to King Henry who longed for a male heir

elizabethanhistory: The Childhood of Queen Elizabeth I was a difficult one. Elizabeth was born 7 September 1533 at Greenwich Palace. The child of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Her much awaited birth was a huge disappointed to King Henry who longed for a male heir

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603)  by Nicholas Hilliard (ca. 1547-1619) she was one powerful woman.

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) by Nicholas Hilliard (ca. 1547-1619) she was one powerful woman.

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