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Commissioned for Nonsuch Palace by King Henry VIII - a rare Tudor survival

Commissioned for Nonsuch Palace by King Henry VIII - a rare Tudor survival

Silvered and engraved armour of Henry VIII (showing his and Katherine's initials)

Silvered and engraved armour of Henry VIII (showing his and Katherine's initials)

Framlingham Castle in Suffolk once belonged to Mary Tudor, the eldest daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. In 1552, the castle became hers after the death of Thomas Howard, the third Duke of Norfolk. She had already been granted most of the Howard estates in East Anglia in Henry VIII's will of 1547.

Framlingham Castle in Suffolk once belonged to Mary Tudor, the eldest daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. In 1552, the castle became hers after the death of Thomas Howard, the third Duke of Norfolk. She had already been granted most of the Howard estates in East Anglia in Henry VIII's will of 1547.

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Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry Vlll in 1538.  Hence, the founding of the Anglican Church.

Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry Vlll in 1538. Hence, the founding of the Anglican Church.

A silver gilt clock given to Anne Boleyn by Henry VIII, her falcon emblem can just be glimpsed on the side shield. Anne's apartments would have contained many very expensive ornaments like this.

A silver gilt clock given to Anne Boleyn by Henry VIII, her falcon emblem can just be glimpsed on the side shield. Anne's apartments would have contained many very expensive ornaments like this.

This is the banner that was used in the 1536 - 1537 uprising against Henry VIII, the Pilgrimage of Grace, which was led by Robert Aske. In the rebellion, people marched under the banners of the five wounds of Christ, in opposition to the religious changes that were being made by Henry VIII. The rebels were pardoned and offered some terms in December 1536 but 200 leaders, including Aske, were arrested and executed less than six months later.

This is the banner that was used in the 1536 - 1537 uprising against Henry VIII, the Pilgrimage of Grace, which was led by Robert Aske. In the rebellion, people marched under the banners of the five wounds of Christ, in opposition to the religious changes that were being made by Henry VIII. The rebels were pardoned and offered some terms in December 1536 but 200 leaders, including Aske, were arrested and executed less than six months later.

The priceless picture, which shows the monarch, Henry VIII, sitting on his throne wearing his crown and holding a sceptre, is thought to have been painted shortly after the house was built at the turn of the 15th century.  At the time it was the home of Thomas Cranmer, the Archdeacon of Taunton who went onto become the Archbishop of Canterbury and helped Henry break from the Catholic Church and set up the Church of England. Though the artist is unknown, it is thought to be unique.

The priceless picture, which shows the monarch, Henry VIII, sitting on his throne wearing his crown and holding a sceptre, is thought to have been painted shortly after the house was built at the turn of the 15th century. At the time it was the home of Thomas Cranmer, the Archdeacon of Taunton who went onto become the Archbishop of Canterbury and helped Henry break from the Catholic Church and set up the Church of England. Though the artist is unknown, it is thought to be unique.

The funeral of Mary Tudor: neither her husband (Charles Brandon) nor her brother (Henry VIII) were present...

The funeral of Mary Tudor: neither her husband (Charles Brandon) nor her brother (Henry VIII) were present...

Grave of Kathryn Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, in St Peter ad Vincula Church, Tower of London

Grave of Kathryn Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, in St Peter ad Vincula Church, Tower of London

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