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Steve Fredericks as Lord Burghley, Prime Minister to Elizabeth I.
My 11th Great Uncle: Sir William Cecil, Baron Burghley, Queen Elizabeth I's Secretary of State
William Cecil, Lord Burghly by an Unknown Artist, c.1595 (National Portrait Gallery, London)
William Cecil 1st Baron Burghley : 13.09.1520 - 04.08.1598. Chief advisor of Elizabeth I for most of her reign, twice Secretary of State. With the help of antiquary William Camden Burghley's continued interest in Wales appears in the pains he took to establish his Welsh pedigree, he associated himself with the Welsh Cecils (Sitsyltt in Welsh) of Allt-yr-Ynys.
William Cecil, depicted in his robes of The Order of the Garter. Cecil was created Lord Burghley for his tireless service as Queen Elizabeth I's Secretary of State.
William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Elizabeth I's chief councillor and friend by lisby1, via Flickr
Queen Elizabeth I. seated between William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, her 'Spirit', and Sir Francis Walsingham, her 'Moor'.
Elizabeth I: an idea for photo wallpaper? I think it would be so beautiful. Oh dear, got myself 'n idea again hahah, wonder if it's going to work out!
Queen Elizabeth I with an ermine collar or stole.
BEAUTIFUL DETAIL OF 16TH CENTURY DOCUMENT THAT DESCRIBES THE EVENTS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I'S CORONATION. PRESERVED BEAUTIFULLY. WOW.
A gold coin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, featured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.
1575-1578 Elizabeth attributed to Nicholas Hilliard (Anglesey Abbey, Cambridge UK) Queen Elizabeth is dressing more and more strikingly as her reign advances, as shown in this 1575-1578 portrait.
Elizabeth I- proved that she did not need a man by her side to rule.
Isaac Oliver "Queen Elizabeth I : The Rainbow Portrait" 1600
NOT "Glove of Elizabeth I" Wishful thinking. This is contemporary art by Rozanne Hawksley. www.rozannehawksl...