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The Death of Mary Tudor

On the 25th of June 1533, between seven and eight o’clock in the morning, Mary Tudor died.  She was 37 years old and by the standard of the time she had not even reached old age. 425 more words

RIP to Reign

When my husband is working late at night and Baby Munchkin is sound asleep, I sometimes tune into a show called Reign on The CW. It is a show… 697 more words


Currently Reading... Three Sisters, Three Queens

Originally posted on Blogger on 22 September 2016

When I was in eighth grade, I saw a film called The Other Boleyn Girl based on the novel by Philippa Gregory. 652 more words

English History

Ten places you might have got hanged in old London

London has always had its interesting landmarks but none could be so ghoulish as its regular places of execution. Up until the 19th century, there were certain places where you could be guaranteed to catch a hanging, burning or beheading – should you wish. 589 more words

The Marriage of Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor

On the 13th May 1515 Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk and The Dowager Queen of France, Mary Tudor was officially married at Greenwich Palace. The wedding was attended by Mary’s brother King Henry VIII and Queen Katherine of Aragon. 447 more words

Skullduggery with an Apple

The Murder of Mary Tudor

There was a recent BBC History article about Mary Tudor, rightly pointing how she pioneered the idea that a queen could rule every bit as well as a king. 494 more words

Day By Day

Fire and Bloody Mary: Daenerys Targaryen as Mary Tudor

Fire and blood. Two terrifying images that are extremely evocative of both Daenerys Targaryen and Mary Tudor. Regarding Daenerys, the connection is obvious for “Fire and blood” are literally her family words. 830 more words

A Song Of Ice And Fire