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Drawing of an old carved chair purported to have belonged to Anne Boleyn, and purchased for Hever Castle in Victorian times. The chair is thought to be of Italian origin. Chairs such as this were rare and very high status in Tudor times.

Here lies John Knox, beneath parking space 23 next to St. Giles, Edinburgh. I assume that many "weak, frail, impatient, feeble, and foolish" women (his words) have parked atop him over the years.

Waxwork of Anne Boleyn at Hever Castle | «I am resolved to have him [the King] whatsoever might become of me», Anne Boleyn. In the history of England Anne was the second woman of non-royal blood that became The Queen. The first was Elizabeth Woodville.

family tree of Mary Queen of Scots. Why does this remind me of Harry Potter?

JACQUETTA OF LUXEMBOURG - . Duchess of Bedford; Countess Rivers (Woodville). Mother of English Queen ELIZABETH WOODVILLE . Consort of King Edward IV. Jacquetta came from an illustrious European lineage and so caused a scandal when she secretly married Sir Richard Woodville - a common knight - after the death of her 1st husband, the Duke of Bedford, brother of King Henry V.

armor of Henry II of France (Back), Date: about 1555 Culture: French, possibly Paris Medium: Steel, embbossed, blued, silvered, and gilt

Medieval Mermaid Chair, St Senara's Church, Zennor by Baz Richards

Family tree of the British Royal Family all the way back to 1066- This is just cool. It's zoomable and annotated.

Newly-unveiled portrait of Henry VIII's grandmother, Margaret Beaufort

A list of people buried at the Chapel of Saint Peter-ad-Vincula inside the Tower of London. Includes Bishop John Fisher, Sir Thomas More, George Boleyn, Queen Anne Boleyn, Thomas Cromwell, Queen Katherine Howard, and Lady Jane Gray among many others.

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