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Queen Charlotte Sophie of Mecklenburg Strelitz (1744-1818), Wife of George III  Described by others in her time as 'a true mulatto face' , ' brown' or ' yellow.' Her nose is to wide and her mouth shows the same fault.

Queen Charlotte Sophie of Mecklenburg Strelitz (1744-1818), Wife of George III Described by others in her time as 'a true mulatto face' , ' brown' or ' yellow.' Her nose is to wide and her mouth shows the same fault.

French portrait of Queen Anne Boleyn.   A version of Anne's official portrait, which has been lost/destroyed. It might even have been painted by Holbein. The best known variation is the Elizabethan portrait in London's National Portrait Gallery.

French portrait of Queen Anne Boleyn. A version of Anne's official portrait, which has been lost/destroyed. It might even have been painted by Holbein. The best known variation is the Elizabethan portrait in London's National Portrait Gallery.

Mary Tudor (18 March 1496 – 25 June 1533) was the younger of the two surviving daughters of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the younger sister of King Henry VIII of England. She was also queen consort of France through her marriage to Louis XII. The latter was more than 30 years her senior. Following his death, which occurred less than two months after her coronation as his third wife, she married Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk.

Mary Tudor (18 March 1496 – 25 June 1533) was the younger of the two surviving daughters of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the younger sister of King Henry VIII of England. She was also queen consort of France through her marriage to Louis XII. The latter was more than 30 years her senior. Following his death, which occurred less than two months after her coronation as his third wife, she married Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk.

19th century prisoners photos, England Dorchester

Verbrecherfotos aus dem Jahrhundert: Die traurigen Augen Englands - SPIEGEL ONLINE - einestages

On 9 September 1543 Mary Stuart, at nine months old, is crowned “Queen of Scots” in the central Scottish town of Stirling. She ruled Scotland for 25 tumultuous years, ending in 1567. At one time, she claimed the crowns of four nations - Scotland, France, England and Ireland. Her physical beauty and kind heart were acknowledged even by her enemies.

Mary, Queen of Scots

On 9 September 1543 Mary Stuart, at nine months old, is crowned “Queen of Scots” in the central Scottish town of Stirling. She ruled Scotland for 25 tumultuous years, ending in 1567. At one time, she claimed the crowns of four nations - Scotland, France, England and Ireland. Her physical beauty and kind heart were acknowledged even by her enemies.

Edward V was King of England from April 9, 1483 until the ascension of Richard III on June 26, 1483. His reign was dominated by the influence of his uncle, Richard. Along with his younger brother Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York, Edward was one of the Princes in the Tower, who disappeared after being sent (ostensibly for their own safety) to the Tower of London. Responsibility for their deaths is widely attributed to Richard III, but the actual events have remained controversial.

Edward V was King of England from April 9, 1483 until the ascension of Richard III on June 26, 1483. His reign was dominated by the influence of his uncle, Richard. Along with his younger brother Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York, Edward was one of the Princes in the Tower, who disappeared after being sent (ostensibly for their own safety) to the Tower of London. Responsibility for their deaths is widely attributed to Richard III, but the actual events have remained controversial.

On this day, 17 November 1558: Elizabeth Tudor succeeded to the English throne following the death of her sister, Mary. She would rule for the next forty-five years. Raise a glass and toast one of history's most enigmatic women, a woman who made it impossible for anyone to argue that the female sex wasn't capable of leading a national militarily, religiously, or politically. Via Deborah Harkness facebook

On this day, 17 November 1558: Elizabeth Tudor succeeded to the English throne following the death of her sister, Mary. She would rule for the next forty-five years. Raise a glass and toast one of history's most enigmatic women, a woman who made it impossible for anyone to argue that the female sex wasn't capable of leading a national militarily, religiously, or politically. Via Deborah Harkness facebook

A striking painting of a brooding Anne by Kristina Gehrmann.  The thunder in the background echoes the poem Thomas Wyatt wrote about the "bloody days" of May 1536; the refrain, in Latin, is "circa regna tonat," or "it [death] thunders around thrones."  [TH]

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