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Elizabeth I of England

Elizabeth I was Queen of England in the seventeenth century. She was born in 1559 to Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn. She died amidst friends and loyal followers in her royal palace in 1603. 500 more words

School Essays

Gresham, the Great Golden Grasshopper

Elizabeth I’s most well-known favourites were bellicose types like Sir Francis Drake, Sir Walter Ralegh or Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, whose head in the end was too hot for his own impatient, impetuous shoulders. 908 more words

London

Gresham, the Great Golden Grasshopper

Elizabeth I’s most well-known favourites were bellicose types like Sir Francis Drake, Sir Walter Ralegh or Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, whose head in the end was too hot for his own impatient, impetuous shoulders. 908 more words

London

Does Elizabeth count?

At first I thought I had nothing to contribute. Then sugarcoated91 reminded me that I give names to my dishwasher. Yes, names. But this is not the story about my dishwasher’s multiple personalities. 241 more words

Daily Prompt

Epping Forest District Museum - History of a Tudor House

As you already know work is underway on a Heritage Lottery Fund redevelopment project to improve Epping Forest District Museum. As well as improving the services with a community room, lift and the collections at the heart of the museum, the team will also be working to preserve and interpret the history of the house that the museum lives in. 626 more words

Museum

12th August 1596 - Henry Carey's Burial

Henry Carey, 1st Baron Hunsdon and son of Mary Boleyn, was buried on the 12th August 1596 at Westminster Abbey. He was rumoured to be the son of Henry VIII. 288 more words

Mary Boleyn

The Lost Duchess by Jenny Barden

The Lost Duchess by Jenny Barden

The Last Duchess by Jenny Barden is a wonderful descriptive novel of early tudor England and the very different conditions encountered by the early settlers at Roanoke Island in the New World. 230 more words