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Tudor sword of Henry VIII @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1500-1600, rock cyrstal and gilt silver

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Tudor sword of Henry VIII @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1500-1600, rock crystal and gilt silver

Sir Charles Cavendish (1620-1643). Son of The 2nd Earl of Devonshire and cousin to William Cavendish, Earl of Newcastle. Fought at Edge Hill and given command of the Duke of York's troop. Formed his own regiment of horse. Accompanied Henrietta Maria to Newark which he made his HQ. Took Grantham in March 1643 and killed at Gainsborough in July 1643.

Sir Charles Cavendish (1620-1643). Son of The 2nd Earl of Devonshire and cousin to William Cavendish, Earl of Newcastle. Fought at Edge Hill and given command of the Duke of York's troop. Formed his own regiment of horse. Accompanied Henrietta Maria to Newark which he made his HQ. Took Grantham in March 1643 and killed at Gainsborough in July 1643.

Joan, 'fair maid' of Kent. Scandalous ever since she was 12, settled down with her bff Edward the Black Prince.

Emma of Normandy, Anglia Reginæ (@LariTudor)

The latest Tweets from Emma of Normandy, Anglia Reginæ (@LariTudor). Sociologist by life. Medievalist by choice. ~Fide et Consilio~

Anne Boleyn on the cover of Life Magazine, October 1956, an issue which included an article by Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, who was a descendant of her sister, Mary Boleyn.

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Anne Boleyn on the cover of Life Magazine (October 29th, 1956), including an article by her distant relative Winston Churchill!

The 16th century Loseley Hall Portrait of Queen Anne Boleyn, by an unknown artist

Anne Boleyn: Mother of the Virgin Queen

The past 20 years of research have been good to Anne Boleyn. Many respected scholars have vindicated her reputation, chief among them Professor Eric Ives. We now know that Anne was highly educated, and regarded as a brilliant mind. In her brief time as Queen she was a champion of the reform movement in England. She gave assistance to the poor, and began to create more educational opportunities for the lower classes, two causes her daughter Elizabeth would later adopt. A copy of a 1534…

Monarchs of England: From the Conqueror to Elizabeth II

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Monarchs of England: From the Conqueror to Elizabeth II God Save the King ♕ God Save the Queen

Raby Castle Gardens

Raby Castle Gardens

Raby Castle Gardens in County Durham

Raby Castle Gardens

Raby Castle Gardens

Raby Castle Gardens in County Durham

Raby Castle

Raby Castle

Historic Raby Castle, one of England's finest medieval castles.

Neville Family

Raby Castle

Historic Raby Castle, one of England's finest medieval castles.

Ralph Neville Earl of Westmorland

The Neville Family

The Neville Family.