The Athenaeum - Elizabeth Woodville, Wife of Edward IV (Thomas Hudson - )

Elizabeth Woodville, Queen of Edward IV, Queen's College Cambridge, Portrait.

Tomb of Elizabeth Woodville - British monarch, Queen consort of King Edward IV. at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, UK

Tomb of Elizabeth Woodville - British monarch, Queen consort of King Edward IV. George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, UK - The White Queen

Elizabeth Woodville Queen of Edward IV, mother of Elizabeth of York, and maternal grandmother of Henry VII close to end of war of the roses, mother of the 2 princes in the tower

Elizabeth Woodville - – Queen consort of King Edward IV during the Wars of the Roses; mother of Elizabeth of York (who became the Queen Consort of King Henry VII, the first Tudor queen and mother of Henry VIII); and mother of the 2 Princes in the Tower.

"The White Queen" (Elizabeth Woodville played by Rebecca Ferguson) | Eisen…

Queen Elizabeth / Elizabeth Woodville (Rebecca Ferguson) 'The White Queen' Costume designed by Nic Ede.

Tomb of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville in St George’s Chapel ...

Tomb of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Edward IV, King of England Apr 1442 – 9 Apr Buried in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, Berkshire

Why did Henry VII bury his mother-in-law, Elizabeth Woodville, quietly upon her death in 1492? For the same reason she was retired to a convent during the earlier Lambert Simnel crises - she was a reminder of the past glories of the house of York. More from Leanda de Lisle: http://blog.leandadelisle.com/post/97166303006/why-did-henry-vii-bury-elizabeth-woodville-quietly

Why did Henry VII bury Elizabeth Woodville quietly on her death in For the same reason she was retired to a convent during the earlier Lambert Simnel crises - she was a reminder of the past glories of the house of York.

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