Anne of Cleves window at Hever Castle. Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry VIII, owned Hever Castle until her death in 1557 but it is not known how much time she spent at the Castle. Credit and thanks to Hever Castle.
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.
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.
Henry VIII had a secret daughter who should have taken English throne before Elizabeth I, historian claims
Illegitimate: A depiction of Bessie Blount - King Henry VIII's secret mistress from the side of her parent's tomb - Henry VIII had a secret daughter who should have taken English throne before Elizabeth I, historian claims
Anne of Cleves headboard was constructed to celebrate the marriage of Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves in It is painted with the initials and symbols of Henry and Anne. It is currently held in the Burrell Collection in Glasgow.
Coronation emblem of Queen Anne Boleyn. Probably a reconstruction by Roland Hui. I am grateful to Lucy Churchill for this information and for her suggestion of the Anne Boleyn Files for more information.
Opening Trial Document from the Trial of Anne Boleyn This document is the record of the beginning of the trial of Anne Boleyn and her brother, George. It is part of a set of records that document the fall of Anne Boleyn and the charges made against.
The illumination depicts Henry VIII’s Tudor rose and the pomegranate of Granada adopted by Katherine of Aragon. The rose and pomegranate, a symbol of fertility, are entwined, promising a fruitful union.