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Hampton Court - the Great Watching Chamber built in honor of Jane Seymour after she gave birth to Henry VIII's son and heir. The room's name comes from the presence of royal guards in the room protecting Henry VIII.

Windows In The Great Watching Chamber At Hampton Court

The Great Watching Chamber got its name from its position as the first of the king's state apartments behind the Great Hall. Here members of the Yeomen of the Guard were stationed to watch and control access. Members of the court gathered here to wait to see the king in his private chambers. © Roger Wyrick. All rights reserved.

Children of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York:  Arthur, Prince of Wales.  Margaret, Queen of Scotland.  Henry, King of England.  Mary, Queen of France.

The Tudor Heirs, 1st Generation

Arthur, Margaret, Henry, and Mary Tudor. The surviving children of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. Prince of Wales, Queen of Scotland, King of England, and Queen of France.

Anne Boleyn room at hever castle | Hever Castle Anne Boleyn | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hever Castle Anne Boleyn

Explore Dorset Photographic's photos on Flickr. Dorset Photographic has uploaded 14242 photos to Flickr.

Richard Burton as Henry VIII in "Anne of the Thousand Days"(1969).                                       Had to add these few pins just to remember the magnificent movie in 1969! Those Drive-In days...Lol!

Anne of the Thousand Days (1969) - IMDb

Henry VIII of England discards one wife, Katharine of Aragon, who has failed to produce a male heir, in favor of the young and beautiful Anne Boleyn.

In 1489, Henry VII had reigned for only four years. To solidify his somewhat shaky hold on the throne, he sought to arrange an illustrious marriage for his three year old son, Arthur. And he found …

March 27, 1489: Catherine of Aragon Betrothed to Prince Arthur Tudor

Catherine of Aragon, aged around 11, by Juan de Flandes (public domain via Wikimedia Commons) In 1489, Henry VII had reigned for only four years.

Charles Brandon, the Duke of Suffolk (1484-1545). Married to Mary Tudor and grandfather to Lady Jane Grey.

Charles Brandon, the Duke of Suffolk (1484-1545). Married to Mary Tudor and grandfather to Lady Jane Grey.

Sir Thomas Wyatt,English politician, ambassador, and lyric poet credited with introducing the sonnet to English literature. #thomaswyatt #poems #sonnets #tudorhistory #tudors

TudorRose/PortraitsfromtheTuorperiod/theghostwhostillwalktheearth

Sir Thomas Wyatt,English politician, ambassador, and lyric poet credited with introducing the sonnet to English literature. #thomaswyatt #poems #sonnets #tudorhistory #tudors

rosebiar: dward VI, the last Tudor King

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rosebiar: “dward VI, the last Tudor King ”

Anne Boleyn's letter to Henry VIII? Page 2 | Copyright Briti… | Flickr

Anne Boleyn's letter to Henry VIII? Page 2

Copyright British Library. Page 2 of the letter. This is said to be a copy of Anne Boleyn's last letter, written to Henry VIII from her prison in the Tower of London. This letter is said to have been found amongst Thomas Cromwell's papers after his execution. Cromwell was a meticulous note-keeper, it isn't impossible to believe that he would make a copy of Anne's letter knowing that Henry would destroy the original. Just a week after Anne's execution Cromwell was telling people how brave she…

Mary Shelton 1510–1570/71 was one of the contributors to the Devonshire manuscript. Either she or her sister Margaret (Madge) Shelton may have been a mistress of King Henry VIII. Daughter of Sir John Shelton and his wife Anne,the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire.Married firstly Anthony Heveningham snd had seven children.Married thirdly Phillip Appleyard.

Mary Shelton 1510–1570/71 was one of the contributors to the Devonshire manuscript. Either she or her sister Margaret (Madge) Shelton may have been a mistress of King Henry VIII. Daughter of Sir John Shelton and his wife Anne,the sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire.Married firstly Anthony Heveningham snd had seven children.Married thirdly Phillip Appleyard.

Majestic: Nonsuch can be seen in all its glory for the first time in more than 300 years after a model maker recreated it thanks to an Oxford University professor's research

Revealed, Henry VIII's lost pleasure palace: Amazing scale model recreates Nonsuch Palace more than 300 years after it was destroyed

The magnificence of Nonsuch Palace has been brought to life in this incredible scale model - showing it in all its glory for the first time in more than 300 years.

Lady Rochford (Jane Parker Boleyn), who aided Katherine Howard in her infidelities with Thomas Culpeper.

Jane “Lady Rochford” Parker Boleyn (1510-1542) -...

Born Jane Parker, daughter of Baron Morley. She married George Boleyn, Lord Rochford, but gave evidence against him at the trial that led to the executions of George and his sister Queen Anne. Appointed lady-in-waiting to Queen Katherine Howard, she was accused of aiding the Queen in her indiscretions and was charged...

A Gold and Enamel Pendant by Robert Phillips in the form of the Tudor Rose, executed in red and white enamel, highlighted with stylised green enamel leaves which radiate from the back, the whole suspended from a white enamel Fleur de lys. London, circa 1875

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A Gold and Enamel Pendant by Robert Phillips in the form of the Tudor Rose, executed in red and white enamel, highlighted with stylised green enamel leaves which radiate from the back, the whole suspended from a white enamel Fleur de lys. London, circa 1875