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Victoria and Elizabeth

I can’t say that I think the newest PBS series Victoria is very good, but yet I still seem to be watching it: it’s cozy,  492 more words

History

FACT FOOD #822

Mary, Queen of Scots inherited the throne of Scotland at a young age of six after the death of her father King James V. A staunch Catholic, in 1568 she was defeated by a group of Scottish Protestants. 40 more words

Fact Food

"Learned Queen Bess"

Well, makes a change, this is a fairly innocuous tales for the littl’uns.

Taken from Little Folks a Magazine for the Young; 1890.

‘”Good Queen Bess” might also be called “Learned Queen Bess,” for she was one of the most accomplished women of her time. 94 more words

Victorian

Queen Elizabeth I, the Boleyns and their connection to Norwich Cathedral — EverythingTudorBlog

Originally posted on Fleeting Glimpse: Gloriana, The Virgin Queen Hatfield House, where Elizabeth spent most of her early life Elizabeth the 1st, one of the greatest monarchs in English history should never have come to the throne.

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History

ON THIS DAY: February 1, 2017

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History

Speech to the Troops at Tilbury by Queen Elizabeth I

The intention of Queen Elizabeth’s the I speech was to rally the troops for the battle at Tilbury. The soldiers were meant to feel the inspiration and the love that Queen Elizabeth the I had for her people and that she was unwilling to give up in the face of battle. 1,617 more words

Culture And Society

The Bacton Altar Cloth Revealed To Be The Only Surviving Gown of Queen Elizabeth I

One of the things I like to do both when I am giving tours or merely pottering around the countryside in my own time is to stop off an explore village churches.   834 more words

Life