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17.07.2018 15:45:33
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We our celebrating our 200th Follower on Twitter with this outstanding NPG portr
We our celebrating our 200th Follower on Twitter with this outstanding NPG portrait of Elizabeth I. For centuries it was hung in my home @warwickcastleofficial , and was given this elaborate frame whilst there. My own portrait hung alongside it too for a while! #ElizabethI#warwick#WarwickCastle#fulkefest2018#FulkeGreville#LordBrooke#chippingcampden#Elizabethan#frame#pictureframe#artofinstagram#instaart#britishportraits#tudor#history#royal#royalty#QueenElizabeth#Poetry#Sonnet#Mannerist#ManneristFrame#alcester#warwickshire#nationalportraitgallery#npg#london#renaissance#medieval#cotswolds
17.07.2018 12:10:01
¿Recuerdan cuando nombramos "María Estuardo" como una de las películas más esper
¿Recuerdan cuando nombramos "María Estuardo" como una de las películas más esperadas de este 2018? Pues ahora estrena tráiler y esta vez podemos decir que ¡no podemos esperar! ¿Conseguirán @saoirse_ronans (Lady, Bird) y @margotrobbie (Yo, Tonya) el Oscar que no lograron este año? Algo es seguro... la guerra ha comenzado. Mira el tráiler y conoce todos los detalles de esta historia en el Link de nuestra Bio. . . . . . . . . . #marystuart#queenofscots#elizabethi#thevirginqueen#women#power#history#england#scotland#uk#cine#film#movie
17.07.2018 09:01:25
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Anne Boylen chandelier errings the Tudor #anneboleyn #henryvii #henryviiiwives #
17.07.2018 05:31:08
Facial reconstruction of Anne Boylen #anneboleyn #henryviiiwives #henryvii #eliz
Facial reconstruction of Anne Boylen #anneboleyn#henryviiiwives#henryvii#elizabethi...más
17.07.2018 05:29:24
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Letter E for (Queen) Elizabeth I. During her reign of 44 years, she maintained p
Letter E for (Queen) Elizabeth I. During her reign of 44 years, she maintained peace in her previously divided country, and was a strong supporter of the arts. More importantly, she was whole on her own and stood her grounds - seeing no need to tie the knot in an era where a woman’s worth was tied to the man she married. #phenomenalwomen#elizabethI#LetterE
17.07.2018 03:07:07
Book of the week from your friendly OCCC Library staff:

This week it's "The Lif
Book of the week from your friendly OCCC Library staff: This week it's "The Life of Elizabeth I" by Alison Weir. Perhaps the most influential sovereign England has ever known, Queen Elizabeth I remained an extremely private person throughout her reign, keeping her own counsel and sharing secrets with no one--not even her closest, most trusted advisers. Against a lavish backdrop of pageantry and passion, intrigue and war, Weir dispels the myths surrounding Elizabeth I and examines the contradictions of her character. This book and other library recommendations can be checked out at the OCCC Library. #libraries#oregonlibraries#oregoncoastcclibrary#bookoftheweek#history#elizabethi
16.07.2018 23:47:55
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Anne Boleyn & Elizabeth I relationship & influence:

Anne Boleyn was executed on
Anne Boleyn & Elizabeth I relationship & influence: Anne Boleyn was executed on false charges in May 1536, when her little daughter Elizabeth was less than three years old. Despite the fact that mother and daughter had so little time together, we can see how Anne left and influence on Elizabeth. Henry VIII expected that Anne would give him a son. Anne gave birth on 7 September 1533, but it was the not longed for male heir but another girl, that was called Elizabeth. Despite any disappointment that may have been felt by the parents, Anne doted on her daughter. For example Anne insisted on breastfeeding her own daughter, something that was not conventional back then. Anne would often place little Elizabeth on a cushion next to her throne, to the shock of other courtiers. She showered Elizabeth with gifts and dresses. Elizabeth soon got her own household, which was normal back then, despite that Anne would often take time to visit her at Hatfield House. Soon before her arrest she appealed to Henry, with Elizabeth in her arms. When Anne knew she was in danger, she entrusted Elizabeth in the care of Matthew Parker and secured that her daughter would be safe and took care of/educated. What about Elizabeth's feelings about her mother? Those are much more less known or discrete. How she came to know of her mother's fate is unknown or what she thought of it aswell. But in the eyes of others Anne was justly condemned and Elizabeth just speaking about her could risk much, especially when she was Queen as many questioned her legitimacy. But there are other ways in which she showed her feelings for Anne. First of all, i think Elizabeth inherited many of Anne's traits. Not only in apperance, but also charachter. They were both charismatic, self-disciplined, hot-tempered, intelligent and perhaps a little bit vindictive aswell. When Elizabeth was imprisioned in 1554, she later mentioned that she feared the same fate as her mother. When she was Queen she would often promote and was very close to her Boleyn, Carew relatives. At Elizabeth's coronation there was an life-size effigy of both Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn together. -> continued in the comments ♡
16.07.2018 22:37:56
** Death of Anne of Cleves **
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#onthisday - 16th July, - 461 years ago in 155
** Death of Anne of Cleves ** . . #onthisday - 16th July, - 461 years ago in 1557, Anne of Cleves, Henry VIII's fourth wife, died at her home at Chelsea Old Manor, eight weeks before her forty-second birthday. . . It is thought that she died of cancer. In her will she left jewels to her former stepdaughters, Queen Mary I, and the Lady Elizabeth- future Queen Elizabeth I, Catherine Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk, and the Countess of Arundel. . . She also left money to her household staff including; ladies, gentlemen, yeoman, grooms and children of the house- even listing every household member by name- showing her kind and generous nature. . . Interestingly, Anne is the only one of Henry's six wives to be buried in Westminster Abbey. . . Details of her tomb on the Westminster Abbey website state: She lies on the south side of the High Altar and her monument is a low stone structure of three sections with carvings showing her initials AC with a crown, lions' heads and skulls and crossed bones (symbols of mortality). . . It was probably made by Theodore Haveus of Cleves but was never finished. The back part of the tomb has been mostly obscured by later monuments. . . The inscription on the back, visible from the south transept, reads "Anne of Cleves Queen of England. Born 1515. Died 1557" but this was not added until the 1970s. So look out for this when you visit the Abbey. Anne outlived not only Henry, but all of his wives, and his successor, Edward VI. Really, she was the one who 'survived'. . . A photograph of her tomb can be purchased from Westminster Abbey Library. Portraits of the Queen can be viewed on the National Portrait Gallery website. . . #anneofcleves#henryviii#thesixwivesofhenryviii#thetudors#westminsterabbey#elizabethi#anneboleyn#anneboleynsociety#maryi#royalty#monarchy#kingsandqueens#britishroyalfamily#16thcentury#reformation#renaissance#hevercastle#cleves#germany#england#britain#europe
16.07.2018 19:09:36
Vai sair o filme de Mary, a rainha dos escoceses. Dirigido por Josie Rourke e es
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Vai sair o filme de Mary, a rainha dos escoceses. Dirigido por Josie Rourke e escrito por Beau Willimon, o filme é baseado na biografia de John Guy "My heart is my own: the life of Mary, Queen of Scots... mas você sabe a história desta Rainha?! O zheit te conta tudo! ‪http://www.zheit.com.br/2018/07/mary-rainha-dos-escoceses-historia-e.html‬ #zheit#maryrainhadaescocia#maryqueenofscots#escócia#scotland#queen#rainha#elizabethI#inglaterra#historia
16.07.2018 19:08:35
Otd, July 16, 1557, Anne of Cleves died at Chelsea Old Manor after a few months
Otd, July 16, 1557, Anne of Cleves died at Chelsea Old Manor after a few months of illness. Although the cause of death is unknown, most likely she died of cancer. Her body was embalmed and placed in a coffin covered with a cloth bearing her arms. Tapers were lit around her coffin and prayers said on a daily basis. In August of 1557, she was buried in Westminster Abbey with Catholic rites, with Elizabeth, Marchioness of Winchester, acting as chief mourner. The officers of Anne’s household broke their staves of office and threw them into her tomb. Her tomb is “on the south side of the High Altar and her monument is a low stone structure of three sections with carvings showing her initials AC with a crown, lions’ heads and skulls and crossed bones (symbols of mortality).” You can actually pay your respects to her if you visit Westminster Abbey, I did this last year and I highly recommend it! In her will, Anne left her jewellery to her stepdaughters, Mary I and Princess Elizabeth. Although the inscription on her tomb reads “Anne of Cleves Queen of England. Born 1515. Died 1557.”, this was not added until the 1970’s as Anne lost her title of queen when her marriage to Henry VIII was annulled in July 1540. The King took Anne as his “dearest sister by adoption.” Anne of Cleves was Henry’s fourth wife, she was extremely smart and kind, and people claim she is the luckiest of the six as she “survived,” and remained on good terms with Henry after their divorce. She actually gained property, money, and friendship with the King and his children. She especially had a close bond with princess Elizabeth. Anne had outlived not only Henry’s five other wives, but also the King himself and her stepson, King Edward VI. If only she would have lived to see Elizabeth become Queen! Photo on the right is of Joss Stone as Anne of Cleves from the television show, “The Tudors.” ♡
16.07.2018 09:59:54
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The Duke of Suffolk was arrested soon after Lady Jane’s deposition. The
Part 2: The Duke of Suffolk was arrested soon after Lady Jane’s deposition. The moment she heard of her husband’s arrest, Lady Frances rode over to Queen Mary in the middle of the night to beg for her family’s lives. Despite all odds, she managed to be received by the Queen and also secured her husband a pardon by placing the blame on the Duke of Northumberland. She accused the Duke of trying to kill her family, and Queen Mary believed her, pardoning her husband. The Queen fully intended to pardon Lady Jane after her coronation, however, a revolt was declared against her on 24 January 1554. The Duke of Suffolk joined the revolt to replace Queen Mary with her half-sister the Lady Elizabeth, but the revolt had failed by February. Lady Jane had become too dangerous for the Queen, and so she was executed along with her husband on 12 February. Lady Frances’ husband was convicted of high treason and executed 11 days later. With two young daughters that were barely in their teen years and her husband a convicted traitor, Lady Frances faced ruin. She held no possessions in her own right, and all her husband’s possessions were returned to the crown. She lived in poverty, favoured but kept under observation by the Queen. In 1555, she married her Master of the Horse, Mr Adrian Stokes. This marriage was safe as any children born from it would be considered too low born to have a claim to the throne. She had 3 further children: a stillborn daughter named Elizabeth, a daughter also named Elizabeth who died in infancy, and a stillborn son. She died on 20 November 1559 at age 42 and was buried in Westminster Abbey at the expense of Queen Elizabeth. Her daughter the Lady Katherine acted as chief mourner. The inscription on her tomb reads: “Nor grace, nor splendour, nor a royal name, Nor widespread fans can aught avail; All, all have vanished here. True worth alone survives the funeral pyre and silent tomb.”
16.07.2018 07:42:15
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On this day 501 years ago, Lady Frances Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk, was
Part 1: On this day 501 years ago, Lady Frances Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk, was born. She was the second child and eldest daughter of Lord Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Princess Mary Tudor and therefore the granddaughter of King Henry VII. She and her siblings spent their childhood in the care of their mother at Westhorpe Hall. Lady Frances was close with her aunt, Queen Katherine, and was a childhood friend of her cousin, the future Queen Mary I. In 1533, at the age of 16, the Lady Frances was married to Lord Henry Grey, Marquess of Dorset at Suffolk Palace. Lady Frances’ first two pregnancies resulted in a son and a daughter who both died young. She had three surviving daughters: Lady Jane, Lady Katherine, and Lady Mary, and she saw to it that her daughters were well educated. As the niece of the King, she was often at court, and through her friendship with Queen Katheryn Parr, her eldest daughter Lady Jane secured a place in the Queen’s household. After King Henry VIII died in January 1547, his 9-year-old son succeeded him as King Edward VI. From then, Lady Frances was third in line to the throne, following the King’s half-sisters Princess Mary and Lady Elizabeth, as King Henry’s older sister Margaret, Queen of Scots’ descendants had been removed from the line of succession. By June 1553, King Edward was fatally ill, and he wrote out his devise for succession. He skipped past his half-sisters and declared Lady Frances’ daughter, Lady Jane, his successor. Lady Frances and her husband were outraged when they found out the King had skipped over her in favour of her daughter, but after a private meeting with the King, Lady Frances renounced her rights to the throne. King Edward died on 6th July 1553, and Lady Jane was proclaimed Queen. She joined her daughter during her stay in the Tower of London. On 19th July, Lady Jane was deposed in favour of Queen Mary, eldest half-sister of King Edward.
16.07.2018 07:41:06
Cowdray House is one of the most important early Tudor houses, now in ruins it i
Cowdray House is one of the most important early Tudor houses, now in ruins it is known to have been visited by both King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I @theattinghamtrust#attinghamsummerschool#attinghamtrust#tudor#architecture#castle#tudorarchitecture#ruin#ruins#henryviii#elizabethi
16.07.2018 06:45:47
OKAY I CAN EXPLAIN. So I’m watching The Vampire Diaries right now on Netflix rig
OKAY I CAN EXPLAIN. So I’m watching The Vampire Diaries right now on Netflix right. So long story short they go to a historic costume ball, and what does my favorite couple dress up as? ANNE BOLEYN AND HENRY VIII. I screeched. LOOK SHES EVEN WEARING THE BOLEYN NECKLACE. I want it. Does anyone else watch tvd? Stelena or Delena? For me it’s always Delena ;) - ~Meg - #thetudors#tvd#thevampirediaries#delena#anneboleyn#henryviii#sixwives#reign#divorcedbeheadeddieddivorcedbeheadedsurvived#elizabethi#queenelizabeth#maryqueenofscots
16.07.2018 05:22:34
“Wherefore, good people, as ye mindeth the surety of her said person, the honour
“Wherefore, good people, as ye mindeth the surety of her said person, the honour and surety of your country, being good Englishmen, prepare yourselves in all haste with all power to repair unto her said armies yet being in Suffolk, making your prayers to God for her success... Upon the said causes she utterly defyeth the said duke for her most errant traitor to God and to the realm." . . Mary Tudor's rallying cry to her loyal mustered army. Mary had ordered her field commanders to prepare for battle, as she was certain that she would have to fight for her right. . . She had held firm and resolute, over the last few days when her prospects had looked very bleak, and many, including her own cousin the Emperor, had believed her chances of succeeding to be impossible. . . I cannot help but admire Mary and feel that she is often unfairly looked at. . . I make no excuses for her later actions in the burning of over 200 Protestant Matyrs, but I do feel that she was certainly not the 'evil and bloody' woman she is often portrayed as. . . During those days of July 1553, Mary had shown that she had the spirit of a Warrior Queen, just like her maternal Grandmother Isabella I of Castille, and her mother Catherine of Aragon. . . Further reading; “Mary Tudor: The First Queen” by Linda Porter “Mary Tudor: A Life” by David Loades “Mary Tudor: England's First Queen” by Anna Whitelock “Crown of Blood: The Deadly Inheritance of Lady Jane Grey” by Nicola Tallis “Lady Jane Grey: A Tudor Mystery” by Eric Ives “The Sisters Who Would Be Queen: The Tragedy of Mary, Katherine and Lady Jane Grey” by Leanda de Lisle “Game of Queens: The Women Who Made Sixteenth-Century Europe” by Sarah Gristwood . . #maryi#ladyjanegrey#edwardvi#elizabethi#framlinghamcastle#thetudors#history#femalerolemodels#womeninpower#feminism#influentialwomen#royalty#kingsandqueens#britishroyalfamily#books#reading#bookrecommendations#gameofthrones#gameofqueens#england#britain#europe
15.07.2018 20:50:38
** The tide turns in Mary's favour **
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** The tide turns in Mary's favour ** . . #onthisday - 15th July - in 1553, the royal ships sent by Northumberland to guard the East Coast, switched their allegiance to Mary Tudor. . . Mary's situation was starting to look brighter. During the days she stayed at Kenninghall, friends and supporters of the East Anglian gentry rallied to her side. Robert Wingfield, an East Anglian gentlemen, wrote, they 'did not hesitate to face an untimely death for their Queen'. Morale was raised highly among Mary's supporters with the arrival of two men, Southwell and Henry Radcliffe, Earl of Sussex, who brought money, provisions and armed men. Southwell was a knight, the wealthiest of his rank in Norfolk. . . On the 12th July, Mary moved to another of her residences, to Framlingham Castle in Suffolk (pictured right credit to English Heritage). Framlingham was an ideal Castle from which to defend against- or engage- with an enemy. As she journeyed to Framlingham, many of the local gentry and justices, together with a crowd of country folk, gathered in the deer park adjacent to the Castle to await her arrival, many promised to support her to the end and maintain her right to the Crown, bringing money and cattle as their means enabled them. . . Mary arrived at the Castle at eight o'clock in the evening. Her standard was unravelled and displayed over the gate tower, a defiant gesture on the eve of what looked to be imminent conflict. Again she sent a desperate appeal to her cousin the Emperor, but he still believed her chances to be 'very slight', and still sent nothing. . . On the 11th July, in Ipswich, Sir Thomas Cornwallis, the Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, together with Thomas, Lord Wentworth and other Suffolk men, initially declared for Jane. But when Thomas Poley, one of Mary's servants, arrived in the town's market place, proclaiming Mary 'hereditary Queen of England', Cornwallis, realising that the sympathies of the people lay and declared for Mary. . . Continued in the comments >>
15.07.2018 18:18:32
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15.07.2018 17:02:45
YAS QUEEN 🙌🏻👑 There have always been amazing female role models in history, you
YAS QUEEN 🙌🏻👑 There have always been amazing female role models in history, you just have to know where to look Creds to @thetudortutor . . . . . . . #queenelizabethi#queen#elizabethi#monarch#monarchy#england#tudor#british#britishmonarch#britishmonarchy
15.07.2018 15:53:41
This image is a dynastic portrait of ‘The Family of Henry VIII’ c.1545 and you c
This image is a dynastic portrait of ‘The Family of Henry VIII’ c.1545 and you can find it on display in Hampton Court! In the centre is the king himself surrounded by his son and heir Prince Edward and his third wife (Edward’s mother), Jane Seymour. As this was painted around 9 years after Jane’s death, it is interesting that Henry decided to include her in the painting and not bother with Katherine Parr whom he was actually married to at the time! 😂 On the left is Henry’s eldest child, Princess Mary and over on the right is Princess Elizabeth. The position of Henry’s children in this painting clearly demonstrates their important in the king’s eyes. As Edward was the son Henry had always wanted and the heir to the throne, he takes centre stage. There’s so much that could be said about this portrait and it tells us so much about Henry VIII! What is your favourite Tudor portrait? 👑 . . . . . #thefamily#henryviii#janeseymour#edwardvi#maryi#elizabethi#thetudors#portrait#painting#hamptoncourt#historicroyalpalaces#thetudorlaura
15.07.2018 15:28:19
A rivalidade entre as rainhas Mary Stuart e Elizabeth I chegará à telona 🎬👑
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A rivalidade entre as rainhas Mary Stuart e Elizabeth I chegará à telona 🎬👑 . Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird, A Hora de Voar) e Margot Robbie (I, Tonya) concorreram ao Oscar 2017 na categoria Melhor Atriz e agora estão contracenando juntas no longa biográfico "Mary Queen of Scots", que narra a rivalidade entre as rainhas (e primas) Mary Stuart e Elizabeth I. . Confira o trailer completo em: trecobox.com.br 💙 . #trecobox#geek#nerd#otaku#filmes#cinema#movie#filmeseseries#maryqueenofscots#saoirseronan#marystuart#margotrobbie#elizabethI#news#entretenimento
15.07.2018 12:42:19
Today, I wanted to look at the reasoning behind why Edward VI declared his two h
Today, I wanted to look at the reasoning behind why Edward VI declared his two half sisters illegitimate, and instead, named his first cousin once removed, Lady Jane Grey, his successor. Lady Jane Grey was named Edward’s successor upon his death on July 6, 1553. It was while he was confined and slowly dying that Edward VI wrote his “Devise for the Succession”, his plan to disinherit his illegitimate half-sisters and “to create a new dynasty, one founded upon the true faith.” In Henry VIII’s 1543 Act of Succession, Lady Jane Grey is listed, but only after Mary and Elizabeth, and if there were no sons. It’s interesting to see that he left out his older sister Margaret’s line, but included his younger sister Mary’s. I heard Henry and Margaret didn’t get along too well, and he didn’t care for Scotland that much either. The ironic thing is, when Elizabeth I died, it was Margaret’s descendants who inherited the throne. The original draft stipulated that the Crown would descend through the male heirs of Frances, Duchess of Suffolk, and the male heirs of her children, if Edward died childless. The problem was that there were no male heirs yet, so when Edward made a turn for the worse he decided to change the Device to read: “To the Lady Fraunceses heirs males, if she have any such issue before my death to the Lady Jane and her heirs males.” Edward had decided on Lady Jane Grey as his heir if she or her mother did nor produce a male heir in time. On June 11, it was reported that, “The King’s indisposition is becoming graver and graver” and on June 12, the judges of the King’s Bench were shown the King’s Devise and ordered to turn it into a legal will. The judges refused, as they were worried that overturning the succession would be considered treason, but Edward explained the reasons behind his decision. I will post what he wrote in the comment section. Basically, he wanted to keep England Protestant, and he was talked into outing Elizabeth as well. The main reason? Lady Jane Grey was the Duke of Northumberland’s daughter in law. He was one of the main people responsible for the succession revision and declaring Elizabeth illegitimate as well. Continued below⬇️
15.07.2018 10:13:11
—Anne, Henry, & Elizabeth + quote | Albert Einstein #thetudors
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—Anne, Henry, & Elizabeth + quote | Albert Einstein #thetudors I’m trying out something different
15.07.2018 05:29:43
// Some of you do not know what, or who the Tudors were. Since I’m obsessed with
// Some of you do not know what, or who the Tudors were. Since I’m obsessed with books on them, let me give you a short introduction to the Tudors... •• They were English monarchs who rules England and its realms from 1485–1603. The most famous Tudor would be Henry VIII, since he had SIX wives; two divorced, two beheaded, one died and one survived. Henry VIII broke with the Roman Catholic Church of England and made himself the head of the church so that he could divorce his first wife and marry Anne Boleyn, whom he later had executed. Their daughter was no other than Elizabeth I, the Virgin Queen. The Tudor period had quite an influence on history and obviously involved a lot of drama, politics and religion. I like being a feminist who looks at this time in history through the eyes of women. •• Do you find the Tudor period interesting? : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : #politics#tudor#britishroyalty#typewritten#bookfeaturepage#bookstagram#readingoutside#bookporn#henryviii#goodreads#bookphotography#bookworm#booknerd#igreads#booklover#instabooks#booksofinstagram#currentlyreading#bookblogger#anneboleyn#iceland#cornersofmyworld#feminism#allisonweir#lifestyleblogger#elizabethi#vscocam#influentialwomen#bookishfeatures
15.07.2018 00:25:40
Still angry at the Emmys for not nominating him for Cal & Will Graham before tha
Still angry at the Emmys for not nominating him for Cal & Will Graham before that...And I remembered him as Earl of Essex. A flawless performance in which he’s nominated for but again didn’t win. 👑 . . . #hughdancy#actor#british#brilliant#EarlofEssex#elizabethi#emmys#waitingforhisaward#deservebetter
14.07.2018 21:44:35
“to make this unfortunate realm catholic again”
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14.07.2018 17:00:05
" The Virgin Queen " 👑 .
A rainha virgem, nome dado a Elizabeth I por nunca ter
" The Virgin Queen " 👑 . A rainha virgem, nome dado a Elizabeth I por nunca ter se casado, é uma mini série que começa com a jovem Elizabeth confinada na torre de Londres por sua irmã, a rainha Mary, acusada de conspiração e traição. As duas são filhas do cruel e seis vezes casado, rei Henrique VIII, que mergulhou a Inglaterra num tumulto por quebrar os laços com a Igreja Católica. A rainha católica quer restabelecer a união com Roma enquanto Elizabeth é direcionada a permanecer com a fé protestante – uma escolha fatal. Mas a vida de Elizabeth toma um rumo inesperado quando a rainha Mary morre, deixando para ela o trono, assim, ela descobre a cruel realidade de governar. Como a religião divide a nação e torna-se uma ameaça ela precisa aprender a driblar seus inimigos que conspiram para seu fim e para enfrentar todos os inimigos abdica sua vida pessoal, enfrentando o conflito pelo amor que não pode assumir devido a sua posição como rainha. Tornou-se historicamente, sem dúvida, a mulher mais poderosa do mundo. . São apenas 4 episódios e estão disponíveis na @netflixbrasil em 2 episódios em inglês. Pra quem, assim como eu, ama história vale super a pena assistir. . #BoaTarde#Livrário#BBCLondres#BBCTelevision#MiniSérie#BoaNoite#ElizabethI#Documentário#TheVirginQueen#Netflix#BomDia#BBC#NetflixBrasil#ARainhaVirgem#História
14.07.2018 15:36:40
》I am Elizabeth Tudor and I will bow to no man. I will face every threat to my r
》I am Elizabeth Tudor and I will bow to no man. I will face every threat to my reign with sword in hand and any who stand in my way shall fall. #caradelevingne#elizabethtudor#elizabethi#Danae#thelastempirerpg
14.07.2018 14:07:13
New movie releases:
1- Mary, Queen of Scots - set to be released in December 201
New movie releases: 1- Mary, Queen of Scots - set to be released in December 2018 it focuses around the rivalry between Mary, Queen of Scots (Saoirse Ronan) and Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie) the movie features a scene where the two Queens meet face to face although this never happened in real life it’s interesting to see what could’ve happened and some believe Mary viewed herself to be above Elizabeth because Elizabeth was the daughter of Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth was Protestant and Mary a Catholic. 2- The Favourite - The movie centres around the rivalry between Sarah Churchill ( Rachel Weisz ) and her cousin Abigail Masham ( Emma Stone ) who compete to be the favourite of Queen Anne ( Olivia Coleman ), Sarah Churchill has been the favourite for some time when her cousin arrives at court and she feels threatened by Abigail. Sarah and Anne’s relationship ended up breaking as Sarah a Whig would push Anne to appoint more Whig party ministers but Anne was a Tory due to their ties to the church. #queen#duchess#royal#royals#royalty#sarahchurchill#queenanne#abigailmasham#marystuart#maryqueenofscots#elizabethi#queenofscots#queenofengland#queenofgreatbritain#rivalry#moviereleases2018
14.07.2018 13:28:28
: Beautiful, dark-eyed Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII, mother of Eli
: Beautiful, dark-eyed Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII, mother of Elizabeth I. Anne brought her evangelical convictions (learned from Marguerite d'Angoulême, sister of Francis I of France) to Henry's Tudor court where she worked clandestinely as an advocate for the Protestant cause, making her the enemy No. 1 for the Catholic Church, and consequently paid for it with her head. Her short life came to have a huge impact on subsequent generations throughout the world. . . #QueenAnneBoleyn#QueenofEngland#AnneBoleyn#queen#portraitofaqueen#portraitart#anne#boleyn#portrait#englishroyalty 🇬🇧 #anneboleynsociety#history#henryviii#middleages#messytimes#britishhistory#britishheritageproject#elizabethi#sirthomasboleyn#ancestry#genealogy#ChristopherBollyn#theBoleynFaction#tudorhistory#medieval#fashionhistory#medievalcostume#medievaljewelry#medievalstyle
14.07.2018 08:34:53
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The first lesson I learned was not to wait for a man's rescue. History is written by the survivors, and I am surely that... . . 🌿 Sono troppo in fissa con Reign, la serie tv. Non sempre è veritiera, alcune volte un po' sopra le righe, però in poco più di una settimana sono riuscita a recuperare due stagioni. Poi adoro la storia e il periodo elisabettiano con Mary Stuart mi affascina tantissimo. E avete visto i vestiti? 🌿 . #quotd Conoscete questa serie? Ne avete qualcuna storica da consigliarmi? . . 🌾 Il disegno è mio. La foto originale no! 🌾
14.07.2018 07:54:15
Brother and sisters 💛💙❤️💚 love you!!!!!!!! #family #brotherandsisters #coombeabb
13.07.2018 23:43:11
A lot of talk and debate has been going on on social media about Mary Queen of S
A lot of talk and debate has been going on on social media about Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I since the trailer for the new @maryqueenmovie film starring Saoirse Ronan as Mary, Queen of Scots and @margotrobbie as Queen Elizabeth I (poster pictured second and third) came out. . . So I thought I would recommend this excellent book "Elizabeth & Mary: Cousins, Rivals, Queens" by Jane Dunn (pictured top and fourth) for those who haven’t read it and wished to learn about each Queen fairly. . . The book focuses on the relationship between Elizabeth I of England and Mary, Queen of Scots, both Monarchs in their own right in an era which men ruled and were believed to be the stronger sex. . . Both had to prove themselves to the world, and each action one made, affected the other. . . This book is packed with information, detail, sources, notes etc. Whilst many books have been written about Elizabeth and Mary, this one looks predominantly at their relationship. . . Jane Dunn is impartial, highlighting the positives and negatives of each Queen, and how both Elizabeth and Mary triumphed and lost in their own way. . . Mary because her son James inherited the throne on Elizabeth's death, and her descendants still reign over the countries to this day, and Elizabeth because the England James inherited was a Protestant one. . . I particularly liked how Jane showed how Elizabeth and Mary's early lives had a great influence in how they ruled as Monarchs. Essentially, Elizabeth and Mary really were locked in a #gameofthrones, which only one could emerge victorious. . . I have given this excellent book a five star review on both @goodreads and @amazon.
13.07.2018 19:48:39
The story of the tomb of Queen Katherine Parr is fascinating. Did you know it wa
The story of the tomb of Queen Katherine Parr is fascinating. Did you know it was opened on more than one occasion? . . Check out @thisishayleynolan latest Vlog from Sudeley Castle over on @facebook, talking about the tomb of Queen Katherine Parr. . . #katherineparr#sudeleycastle#history#vlog#video#thehistoryreviewwithhayleynolan#fascinatingstory#mustwatch#anneboleyn#anneboleynsociety#henryviii#elizabethi#ladyjanegrey#thetudors#royalty
13.07.2018 17:33:49
The First Elizabeth by Carolly Erickson. #bookstagram  #thefirstelizabeth  #caro
13.07.2018 17:05:59
I'm so excited for this movie, also margot looks scary as shit in the trailer an
I'm so excited for this movie, also margot looks scary as shit in the trailer and I love it
13.07.2018 16:34:24
When you walk through stately homes in England, you really get transported back
When you walk through stately homes in England, you really get transported back to the century that the house was built. Hardwick Hall was built by the second most rich and powerful woman in the late 1500s (known as Bess of Hardwick). She was also besties with the queen at the time (Elizabeth I)!!!!! The crest above this fireplace belonged to the queen and showed Bess’ pride and loyalty to the crown at the time. - Fun Fact: Although Elizabeth I never made the trek up to Hardwick Hall to visit her friend, many other powerful people did. This fireplace was in her dining hall, where she would welcome her guests and show off how much money she had and how grand her carpets and tapestries were. . . . . . #visitengland#visityorkshire#nationaltrust#hardwickhall#englishhistory#elizabethI#statelyhome#ukbloggers#exploreengland#igersengland#ladiestraveller#wetravelgirls#girlswhotravel#damestravel#girlscatchflightsnotfeelings#girlaroundtheworld#womentravel#travelgirlstravel#womenwandering#travelgirlsgo#girlsborntotravel#femmetravel#letsgetlost#girldiscovers#sheisnotlost#girlstraveltale#girlsthatgallivant#womenwhoexplore#travelgirlscollective#thecravetraveler
13.07.2018 16:05:19
There is so much going on at @hever_castle - the home of Queen Anne Boleyn - ove
There is so much going on at @hever_castle - the home of Queen Anne Boleyn - over the summer. From jousting, to learning how to be a knight or a princesses, to garden planning and more. . . Check out the Hever Castle website for more information 🙂 . . #hevercastle#anneboleyn#anneboleynsociety#maryboleyn#anneofcleves#henryviii#elizabethi#thetudors#history#heritage#family#familydaysout#familydays#jousting#knights#princesses#renaissance#heritagedays#entertainment#activities#activitiesforkids#familyactivities#gardening#horticulture#flowers#fun#kent#england#britain
13.07.2018 14:22:27
A bit morbid but here is a copy of the death warrant of the 4th Duke of Norfolk
A bit morbid but here is a copy of the death warrant of the 4th Duke of Norfolk that I bought from Arundel Castle last week. I can only read parts of it, but luckily there is a transcript on the back xD
13.07.2018 14:04:28
A clear 
and innocent conscience 
fears nothing
~ Elizabeth I ~
#elizabethi  #su
A clear and innocent conscience fears nothing ~ Elizabeth I ~ #elizabethi#summer#summerdays#trees#treelovers#naturelovers#naturephotography#sunshine
13.07.2018 12:14:17
On this day 450 years ago, Mary, Queen of Scots, after being imprisoned by Queen
On this day 450 years ago, Mary, Queen of Scots, after being imprisoned by Queen Elizabeth I in Carlisle Castle for nearly 2 months, set off for Bolton Castle where she would be held for the next 6 months. The reason for moving her was because Bolton Castle was further from the Scottish border.
13.07.2018 12:11:35
Avete visto il nuovo trailer di Mary: Queen of Scots? Be' se ve lo siete persi l
Avete visto il nuovo trailer di Mary: Queen of Scots? Be' se ve lo siete persi lo trovate su nerdmovieproductions.it. nel frattempo vi lasciamo ai due poster rilasciati con Margot Robbie in Elizabeth I e Saoirse Ronan in Mary Stuart. Si prospetta un gran bel film! . . . . . #nmp#nmpredazione#news#poster#trailer#film#movie#queen#marystuart#elizabethi#margotrobbie#saoirseronan
13.07.2018 11:21:50
Oh My Gawd!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️😮😮 Who gonna watch 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️ #Repost @maryqueenmovie
Oh My Gawd!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️😮😮 Who gonna watch 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️ #Repost@maryqueenmovie with @get_repost ・・・ A friendship that became a rivalry. A rivalry that became a war. 👑⚔ #SaoirseRonan and @MargotRobbie star in #MaryQueenofScots – in theaters this December. Click the link in our bio to watch the full trailer now. #scottishroyals#scottishroyalty#stuartdynasty#elizabethi#englishroyals#englishroyalty#europeanroyals#europeanroyalty#maryqueenofscots#thevirginqueen#elizabeththevirginqueen#marystuart#maryqueenofscotsmovie
13.07.2018 04:56:25
July 12, 1543 – Wedding of King Henry VIII of England and Catherine Parr, his si
July 12, 1543 – Wedding of King Henry VIII of England and Catherine Parr, his sixth wife, at Hampton Court Palace in Richmond, England Over a year after the execution of Henry VIII’s fifth wife, Katherine Howard, Henry married the twice widow, Catherine Parr on 12 July 1543 at Hampton Court Palace. She was the first Queen of England also to be Queen of Ireland following Henry's adoption of the title King of Ireland. On becoming queen, Catherine installed her former stepdaughter, Margaret Neville, as her lady-in-waiting, and gave her stepson John's wife a position in her household. Catherine was partially responsible for reconciling Henry with his daughters from his first two marriages, and also developed a good relationship with Henry's son Edward. The couple had no children. Catherine survived Henry who died on 28 January 1547. #royalty#royaleurope#royals#europeanroyals#europeanroyalty#royalwedding#henryviii#catherineparr#tudorengland#tudordynasty#thetudors#elizabethi#hamptoncourtpalace#sixwivesofhenryviii#englishroyals#englishroyalty
12.07.2018 12:28:12
"Do not tell secrets to those whose faith and silence you have not already teste
"Do not tell secrets to those whose faith and silence you have not already tested." #elizabethi
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