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Anne Neville- Wife of Richard III

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

Lady Anne Neville, detail

Anne Boleyn

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.

Excerpt: 'MARGARET POLE, Countess of Salisbury (1473-1541), was daughter of George Plantagenet, duke of Clarence, by his wife Isabel, daughter of Warwick the Kingmaker. She was born at Castle Farley, near Bath, in August 1473, and was married by Henry VII to Sir Richard Pole, son of Sir Geoffrey Pole, whose wife, Edith St. John, was half-sister of the king's mother, Margaret Beaufort.' The last Plantagenet, she was hideously executed May 27,1541. Read More...

Catherine of Aragon, King Henry VIII, first wife (lived 1485-1536)

Penny of Richard III

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 ...

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

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

Richard III's skeleton, deconstructed

Elizabeth Amadas (died 1532) was a lady at the royal court of King Henry VIII of England who was accused of treason. She had described Anne Boleyn as a harlot, and said that she should be burnt. She also said that the King, by setting aside Katherine of Aragon for a younger woman, was encouraging the men of England to do the same. She later was released but didn´t recover her position at court. She was also the target of the Kings relentless advances, but never stated if she gave in.

Elizabeth Woodville. A true survivor and a powerhouse of a woman. Nowadays she is overshadowed by Anne Boleyn but Elizabeth’s story is just as impressive. She was the first English commoner to become Queen Consort. She survived the War Of The Roses, the deaths of two husbands, the tyranny of Richard III as Protector and then as king, the mysterious “disappearance” of her two sons in the Tower, the takeover by the house of Tudor

Elizabeth of York (11 February 1466 – 11 February 1503) was Queen consort of England as spouse of King Henry VII from 1486 until 1503, and mother of King Henry VIII of England. Elizabeth of York is the only English queen to have been a daughter (of Edward IV), sister (of Edward V), niece (of Richard III), wife (of Henry VII), mother (of Henry VIII) and grandmother (on the paternal side of Mary I, Elizabeth I and Edward VI) of English monarchs.

Anne Neville

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