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Stained glass windows - 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. Stained Glass Art, Stained Glass Windows, Mosaic Glass, Tudor History, British History, Asian History, Marie Tudor, Hampton Court, Chapelle

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.

Anne Boleyn Music Box - The musical movement is a japanese built piece which plays “Greensleeves”. Greensleeves appeared in the Elizabethan era and is most likely from Italy…however, it is commonly associated with Henry VIII as a ballad for Anne. Tudor History, European History, British History, Asian History, Dinastia Tudor, Los Tudor, Royal Jewels, Crown Jewels, Elisabeth I

Remembering Anne Boleyn

I wanted to share with you the winner of our Remembering Anne competition. You may recall that I asked readers to celebrate and commemorate Anne's life.

The Tudor Heirs The surviving children of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.~ Arthur Prince of Wales, Margaret Queen of Scotland, Henry King of England, and Mary Tudor Queen of France. The surviving children of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. Uk History, Tudor History, European History, British History, World History, Dinastia Tudor, Mary Tudor, Margaret Tudor, Mary Margaret

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 English Castles, Scottish Castles, Tudor History, British History, Asian History, Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Buildings, England And Scotland, Kent England

Hever Castle Anne Boleyn

Explore Dorset Photographic's photos on Flickr. Dorset Photographic has uploaded 14384 photos to Flickr.

Find out who was who in Tudor Times. Visit Tudor Rose and take a virtual walk through times. Portraits from and about the Tudor period in English history. Anne Boleyn, Mary Boleyn, Dinastia Tudor, Tudor Rose, Tudor History, British History, History Major, Strange History, Asian History

Jane Parker Boleyn (1510-1542) - Find A Grave...

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...

Lady Catherine Gray, Granddaughter of Princess Mary Tudor, and her son Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp of Hache Tudor History, British History, Asian History, Dinastia Tudor, Mary Tudor, Adele, Lady Jane Grey, Elisabeth I, Die Renaissance

Lady Catherine Gray, Granddaughter of Princess Mary Tudor, and her son Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp of Hache

Explore lisby1's photos on Flickr. lisby1 has uploaded 17932 photos to Flickr.

Majestic: Nonsuch (Palace that Henry VIII designed) 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 Tudor History, British History, Asian History, Palaces, Katharina Von Aragon, Elisabeth I, Tudor Monarchs, Tudor Dynasty, Henry Viii

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.

Denham Suffolk Sir Edward Lewknor / Lewkenor 1542 – 1605 and wife Susan Heigham who died of smallpox within a day of each other, kneel in front of their 2 sons & 6 of their daughters. Tudor History, Art History, Grave Monuments, Tudor Fashion, Upper Crust, Black Royalty, Early Modern Period, Tudor Era, Cemetery Art

died of smallpox within a day of each other - Denham Suffolk

Sir Edward Lewknor / Lewkenor 1542 – 1605 and wife Susan Heigham who died of smallpox within a day of each other, kneel in front of their 2 sons & 6 of their daughters. Edward was the eldest son of courtier Edward Lewknor of Kingston Buci, Sussex & Dorothy daughter of Robert Wroth & Jane daughter of Sir Thomas Haute & Isabel Frowick His father died after 3 months in the Tower in 1556 after he had been convicted of using his situation at Court to procure a copy of King Henry VIII's will, to…

History and stories Tudor History, British History, Katherine Howard, 16th Century Fashion, Wives Of Henry Viii, Tudor Dynasty, Queen Of England, King Henry, Royal House

History and stories

A collection of history and stories associated with Hampton Court Palace.

At Easter, Anne Boleyn wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I, was presented to court as Queen of England for the first time. Learn about the century palace, home to the Tudor dynasty and the spectacle of Anne Boleyn's presentation to court Greenwich Palace, Greenwich Park, Tudor Monarchs, English Monarchs, London History, Tudor History, British History, Anne Of Cleves, Anne Boleyn

Greenwich Palace: Rejoice! Anne Boleyn is Presented as Queen

At Easter 1533, Anne Boleyn was presented as queen at Greenwich Palace; learn about the 16thC palace and the spectacle of Anne's presentation to the court

Learn about the fascinating Old Palace of Hatfield, a grand Tudor palace once belonging to Henry VIII, and the place where Elizabeth I navigated conflict, scandal & accusations of treason, before becoming queen in Tudor Monarchs, English Monarchs, Medieval Houses, Medieval Times, Historical Architecture, Tudor Architecture, Hatfield House, English Manor Houses, Villas

The Old Palace of Hatfield: The Cradle of the Elizabethan Age | The Tudor Travel Guide

Learn about the fascinating Old Palace of Hatfield, a grand Tudor palace once belonging to Henry VIII, and the place where Elizabeth I navigated conflict, scandal & accusations of treason, before becoming queen in 1558. elizabethi #anneboleyn #oldpalaceofhatfield #hatfieldhouse #tudorpalace

Learn about the remarkable relationship between William Cecil, Lord Burghley and his royal mistress, Queen Elizabeth I of England. Asian History, British History, Tudor Monarchs, English Monarchs, Elizabethan Era, Tudor Era, Tudor Style, Tudor Dynasty, Strange History

January 20, 1533 – Lady Blount’s Problems With Her Son’s Wardship

Court of Wardships and Liveries, presided over by William Cecil (unidentified painter - public domain via Wikimedia Commons) Wardships were an important feature in Tudor

At Easter, Anne Boleyn wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I, was presented to court as Queen of England for the first time. Learn about the century palace, home to the Tudor dynasty and the spectacle of Anne Boleyn's presentation to court Anne Boleyn, Anne Of Cleves, London History, Tudor History, British History, Uk History, Local History, Family History, Greenwich Palace

Greenwich Palace: Rejoice! Anne Boleyn is Presented as Queen | The Tudor Travel Guide

At Easter 1533, Anne Boleyn was presented as queen at Greenwich Palace; learn about the 16thC palace and the spectacle of Anne's presentation to the court