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    Queen Elizabeth I's coronation portrait - note the symbols of State and the lavish clothing - spectacular. tudor renaissance medieval sca larp jewelry

  • Joan Redd

    On November 17, 1558, Elizabeth Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, succeeded to the English throne following the death of her sister, Queen Mary (aka Bloody Mary). Elizabeth would rule for the next 45 years and take no husband. She would be followed by James VI of England, who would become James I of a united England and Scotland.

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    One of the Queen Elizabeth coronation portraits

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Queen Elizabeth I, c.1560, oil on panel, artist unknown. National Portrait Gallery, London.

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Elizabeth I on the frontispiece of Saxton's Atlas. Attributed to Remegius Hogenberg, 1579.