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Cardinal Wolsey surrendering the Great Seal (1529) From Cavendish's Life of Wolsey Roll 214.5. The Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Cardinal Wolsey surrendering the Great Seal From Cavendish's Life of Wolsey Roll The Bodleian Library, Oxford.

The making of Henry VIII's Crown - Historic Royal Palaces made a modern reproduction of King Henry VIII's crown (the original was destroyed by Parliament after the English Civil War) using primary documents and paintings for reference.

See how Henry VIII's magnificent Imperial Crown was re-created for display at Hampton Court Palace from 27 October Destroyed after the English Civil Wa.

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Incredible Famous Moments In History Captured From a Different Angle

On November 29, 1530, Cardinal Wolsey died, en route to London, arrested after over twenty years of loyal service. He had many enemies, but also had a reputation for justice amongst the ordinary people who had access to his courts.

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, Lord Chancellor and builder of Hampton Court Palace,

The Nonsuch Panels

A series of painted canvas panels at Loseley Park in Surrey are generally accepted to have been commissioned for Henry VIII's magnificent Palace Nonsuch. The two panels (above), show Juno and Neptune.

Camp du Drap d'Or – Wikipedia

Field of Cloth of Gold 1520 - Outside of Calais was the meeting place to forge an alliance between King Henry and Francis I of France, in Silken tents decorated with gems and cloth of gold.

Time Team Special 40 (2009) - Henry VIII's Lost Palaces

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Henry VIII and his six wives (in order) by reconstruction artist M.A. Ludwig

Henry VIII and his six wives (in order) by reconstruction artist M. Queen Catherine of Aragon, Queen Anne Boleyn, Queen Jane Seymour, Queen Anne of Cleves, Queen Catherine Howard and Queen Catherine Parr.

Bildergebnis für Tudor Tailor 17 th century

Bildergebnis für Tudor Tailor 17 th century

Ball at Old Greenwich Palace: Henry VIII. dancing with Anne Boleyn.

Ball at Old Greenwich Palace: Henry VIII dancing with Anne Boleyn.

Henry Parker, Lord Morley must have spent most of his career under King Henry VIII with his loyalties torn between his religion, his family and his obedience to his monarch. Having spent his boyhoo...

Henry Parker, Lord Morley must have spent most of his career under King Henry VIII with his loyalties torn between his religion, his family and his obedience to his monarch. Having spent his boyhoo.

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