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Anne Neville- Wife of Richard III

Philippa of Hainault, Queen of England, wife of Edward III, grandmother of Richard II and Henry IV and on down the line...

Initial 'H'(ere) of the arms of Richard III; from Vegetius, De re militari (The Book of Vegecy of Dedes of Knyghthode), England (London?), c. 1483-1485, Royal MS 18 A. ii, f. 1r

Francois Clouet, Beatrix Pacheco. Paris 1572 She was lady-in-waiting of Queen Eleanore, wife of King François I, and daughter of the Duke of Escalona (sic. ed: actually great- granddaughter of the past duque).

John Harper, passenger on theTitanic with his daughter and niece - #16 Harper was a Baptist preacher on his way to the U.S. with daughter and niece. On the tragic night, he put them in a lifeboat before he perished.

Baroness Olga de Meyer 1902. was a British-born artists' model, socialite, patron of the arts, writer, and fashion figure of the early 20th century. She was best known as the wife of photographer Adolph de Meyer and was rumoured to be the natural daughter of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. In 1916 Olga de Meyer took the forename Mahrah upon the advice of an astrologer.

The Plantagenets. This is King Richard the Ist, known as Richard the Lionhearted, not to be confused with Richard III, whose body was recently found under a parking lot ...

Richard III and his wife Anne Neville

Anne Neville, wife of Richard III, daughter of Warwick the Kingmaker.

Richard III's skeleton, deconstructed

Lady Anne Neville (1456–1485)-daughter of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick (the "Kingmaker"); wife of the Lancastrian Edward, Prince of Wales (son of Henry VI) and later of the Yorkist Richard III.

Earliest known picture of Elizabeth I, probably around age 4 or 5. She was only 2 when her mother was executed.

Penny of Richard III

She is still known in history as Joanna the Mad (a.k.a, Joanna la Loca), but if you ask me, the history books have it wrong - Juana was not mad but was definitely betrayed by all the men in her life - her husband, her father, and then her own son. A tragic tale but she fascinates me.

Queen Anne of Cleves ANNE OF CLEVES (1515-1557), Queen of England, fourth wife of Henry VIII, King of England, daughter of John, Duke of Cleves, and Mary, was born on the 22nd of September 1515. Her father was the leader of the German Protestants, and the princess, after the de

Edward III – Portrait Gallery | The Plantagenets (The Plantagenets Angevin - Henry II,Richard I,John Plantagenet - Henry III,Edward I,Edward II,Edward III,Richard II,Lancaster - Henry IV,Henry V,Henry VI,York - Edward IV,Edward V,Richard III)

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Anne Neville

The noble tryumphaunt coronacyon of quene Anne/ wyfe unto the noble kynge Henry viii.

Henry 'Bolingbroke' was the son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Bolingbroke didn't make it a secret that he thought Richard II was a lousy king and unfit to rule. Richard banished him, and then stole his inheritance (and his title) when Gaunt died. Henry returned to claim his estates, saying that he just wanted back what was rightfully his. But he quite quickly changed his story -- he wanted to be king. He deposed Richard II and became Henry IV.