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Final Jeopardy 10-20-2017

October 20, 2017

 

Final Jeopardy Category:

 

British Monarchs

 

Final Jeopardy Clue:

Her marriage to a European Crown Prince in the 16th century added Queen of Naples & Queen of Jerusalem to her titles… 8 more words

Buckeye Zealot

Mary, Princess of Wales

By Melita Thomas

Mary I, the first queen-regnant of England, also holds a unique place as the only woman to have been treated as Princess of Wales in her own right. 1,856 more words

Tudor

My Thoughts on 'Crown of Blood: The Deadly Inheritance of Lady Jane Grey' by Nicola Tallis

Wow! I am amazed at how quickly I read this book! (I suppose this already gives you guys a hint as to how much I enjoyed reading ‘Crown of Blood’ by Nicola Tallis..?) 749 more words

The Tudors

Episode 4 – Abbess Roding

Saxon History The village of Abbess Roding is in the county of Essex, north-east of London. It is among a group of eight hamlets and villages in the area with the name ‘Roding’, and the area as a whole is called ‘The Rodings’. 18 more words

London Business

The English Reformation

England was slow to join the Reformation but when the Pope refused to grant King Henry VIII a divorce (or more accurately an annulment) Henry withdrew England from the Roman Catholic Church. 235 more words

Reformation

SEPTEMBER IN SUTTON HOUSE

We have been invited to exhibit our young team’s work at Sutton House 6-8 September. Some examples here:

As part of this installation a Live Event DECONSTRUCT has been created. 31 more words

News

20 July 1553: The Duke and Dr. Sands at Cambridge

On 20 July 1553 John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, arrived with an army at Cambridge, returning from the venture to capture Mary Tudor (who had proclaimed herself Queen of England). 403 more words

John Dudley