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1st October 1553

Today in 1553, Queen Mary I, whom would otherwise come to be known as “Bloody Mary,” was crowned Queen of England. Mary I was the daughter of King Henry VIII and Queen Catherine of Aragon, and the half-sister to Queen Elizabeth I. 53 more words

History

Elizabeth: Is Elizabeth Anti-Catholic?

When Elizabeth ((1998, dir. Shekhar Kapur) came out, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights accused it of anti-Catholic bias, and it’s worth considering whether the film can reasonably be accused of hostility to Catholicism. 1,129 more words

Movies

The Peace Portrait: The Significance of the Little Dog

One of the most beautiful portraits of Elizabeth I is the so-called Peace Portrait, and it has long been associated with the Earl of Leicester. 971 more words

Robert Dudley

Colecciones favoritas: Simone Rocha Fall 2014

Referencias. La reina Elizabeth I de Inglaterra e Irlanda y su madre, Ana Bolena. El ocaso de Los Tudor. Las princesas de Simone Rocha se vuelven andando a casa, por lo que los tacones cuadrados de Perspex y las trenzas despeinadas son las grandes concesiones al presente que hace la diseñadora en esta colección. 244 more words

Moda

The Dover Road: "Rich crowds of historical figures"

The following post is the thirteenth of a series based on information obtained from a fascinating book Susana recently obtained for research purposes. Coaching Days & Coaching Ways… 908 more words

Susana Ellis

ART AND FASHION OF THE RENAISSANCE PERIOD: 1450-1650 A.D

One thing that never changed throughout the centuries was how those who asserted dominance, possessed power and wealth became the celebrated symbols of fashion trends and style. 868 more words

Fashion

The Bible in and as History: Psalms with Reflections at the Top of the Hill

Apologies for the length of time between posts.  I will be rushing to catch up on my publishing schedule and get through the multitude of books I have actually read through as we approach October and the New Testament. 941 more words