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24 June 1509 – Coronation of Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon | Henry VIII & his new bride were crowned King & Queen at Westminster Abbey on Midsummer’s Day 1509. Henry decided he & his Queen would have a joint coronation & this was to be their big event rather than their wedding which was a rather low key & private affair at Greenwich Palace. There is no denying that their coronation was a lavish & very public event, followed by a special tournament & two days of merriment, jousting…

24 June 1509 - Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon crowned at Westminster Abbey - Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, were crowned king and queen at a joint ceremony at Westminster Abbey on June the feast of St John the Baptist.

Henry VIII's most able and devoted minister, betrayed.    Thomas Wolsey (1471-1530), born a butcher’s son, rose in Tudor times to Archbishop of Canterbury while serving both Henry VII and Henry VIII. As Cardinal Wolsey, he applied his great abilities as a statesman and administrator of England's foreign affairs to enhance his own person. He had the king’s confidence until Henry decided to seek an an annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon so he could marry Anne Boleyn. Wolsey failed…

Portrait length color image of Cardinal Wolsey aka. Lord Chancellor, by George Stuart.

Jacob Willemsz. van Veen (1456–1535), the Artist's Father, 1532

Jacob Willemsz. van Veen (1456–1535), the Artist's Father, 1532

Buyenlarge 'Jacob Willemsz The Artist's Father by Marten Van Heemskerck Painting Print Size:

A rare letter written by Thomas Cromwell attempting to speed up Henry VIII's marriage to Anne of Cleves has emerged for sale! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/9322677/Thomas-Cromwell-letter-to-Henry-VIII-before-Anne-of-Cleves-marriage-discovered.html#

Thomas Cromwell letter to Henry VIII before Anne of Cleves marriage discovered

Thomas Cromwell letter to Henry VIII before Anne of Cleves marriage discovered - Telegraph

Page 2 of Anne Boleyn's Letter to King Henry VIII from the Tower of London, 6 May 1536.

Page 2 of Anne Boleyn's Letter to King Henry VIII from the Tower of London, 6 May Had this as a source in my AS history exam. 'Compare these sources as evidence for the reaction to the verdict of high treason'

Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn by Arthur Hopkins c. 1860's-1870. Depicts the day of the funeral of Henry VIII´s first wife, Catalina of Aragon. Sources of the time say both wore yellow, which in Tudor´s time was the color of celebration. Classy

Tudor inspired art: Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn by Arthur Hopkins c. Depicts the day of the funeral of Henry VIII´s first wife, Catalina of Aragon. Sources of the time say both wore yellow, which in Tudor´s time was the color of celebration.

Catherine Howard's Letter to Thomas Culpepper :  'For I never longed so muche for [a] thynge as I do to se you and to speke wyth you, the wyche I trust shal be shortely now, the wyche dothe comforthe me verie much whan I thynk of ett and wan I thynke agan that you shall departe from me agayne ytt makes my harte to dye to thynke what fortune I have that I cannot be always yn your company'... Catherine was married to Henry VIII. Both the sender and the recipient of this letter were beheaded.

The letter written by kathryn howard to thomas culpepper that was part of the evidence against her in her downfall. Kathryn was young, naive, and thrown into a situation which she was completely unprepared for.

Cassell's History - "HENRY VIII DANCING WITH ANNE BOLEYN " - Engraving - 1858

Cassell's History - "HENRY VIII DANCING WITH ANNE BOLEYN " - Engraving - 1858

Fine 158 year old engraving from "THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND" by John Cassell. Published by W. Kent in London in The image is about x on a page that is about x It is in good condition

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