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Portraits of Henry's six wives all lined up!

The paintings of Henry VIII's six wives in Parliament (Westminster). The wives of Henry VIII were the six queens consort wedded to .

Henry VIII and his six wives (in order) by reconstruction artist M.A. Ludwig

Henry VIII and his six wives (in order) by reconstruction artist M. Queen Catherine of Aragon, Queen Anne Boleyn, Queen Jane Seymour, Queen Anne of Cleves, Queen Catherine Howard and Queen Catherine Parr.

The Black Book of the Garter, showing the page in which the enthronement of England's King Henry VIII is depicted

The Black Book of the Garter, showing the page where the enthronement of England's King Henry VIII is depicted

'Last ever' painting of Henry VIII uncovered in Wiltshire: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2539831/Henry-VIIIs-painting-uncovered-Wiltshire.html

'Last ever' painting of Henry VIII uncovered in Wiltshire

Elizabeth of York and Jane Seymour: detail from the White chapel Mural, copy by van Leemput after Holbein, 1667. Tudor dress but with a 17th century vertical/conical silhouette.

Some of my favorite time period history reading. Elizabeth of York and Jane Seymour: detail from the Whitechapel Mural, copy by van Leemput after Holbein, (Thurley, p. Tudor dress but with a century vertical/conical silouhette.

This is the wax figure of Jane Seymour, Henry's third wife.

Madame Tussaud's figure of Jane Seymour, who was Queen of England from 1536 to 1537 as the third wife of Henry VIII

Henry VIII shown on a visit to his son Prince Edward, who was raised away from court from an early age. The prince, born in 1537, is seen in a walking frame.

Henry VIII shown on a visit to his son Prince Edward, who was raised away from court from an early age. The prince, born in is seen in a walking frame.

Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn

Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. She is our cousin, 15 times removed. He is our cousin, 15 times removed.

Italian serial killer Leonarda Cianciulli was famous for turning victims into tea cakes and serving them to guests.  Death Facts: 20 Facts about Death you didn't know ←FACTSlides→

Italian serial killer Leonarda Cianciulli was famous for turning victims into tea cakes and serving them to guests. Death Facts: 20 Facts about Death you didn't know ←FACTSlides→ don't eat the tea cakes!

Portrait of Henry VIII, Will Somers and Mary Tudor. Will appears in at least two other portraits with the king, demonstrating how important he was to Henry VIII.

Portrait Gallery Portrait of Henry VIII, Will Somers and Mary Tudor. Will appears in at least two other portraits with the king, demonstrating how important he was to Henry VIII.

Wives of Henry VIII | Six-Wives-of-Henry-VIII-the-six-wives-of-henry-viii-11609493-500-500 ...  All Cousins, except Anne of Cleves

From top left to bottom right - Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr

Sudeley Castle, Queen Elizabeth I window--The Castle was once home to Queen Katherine Parr, the last and surviving wife of King Henry VIII. Henry himself, Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey, Queen Elizabeth 1 and Richard III have all played a part in Sudeley’s story.

Sudeley Castle, Queen Elizabeth I window

Sudeley Castle, Queen Elizabeth I window—The Castle was once home to Queen Katherine Parr, the last and surviving wife of King Henry VIII. (via Sudeley Castle, Queen Elizabeth I window « Photo Maestro)

Inventory of Henry VIII's assets on his death - Commissioners appointed in September 1547 took 18 months to compile an inventory of Henry VIII’s movable goods.     The first part of the surviving inventory includes money, jewels, plate, artillery, munitions, ships, arms, armour, horses, masque garments, tents, liturgical vestments and books. The second covers other items in the principal royal residences and wardrobes or stores. The inventory includes hundreds of thousands of objects.

Inventory of Henry VIII's assets on his death - Commissioners appointed in September 1547 took 18 months to compile an inventory of Henry VIII’s movable goods.

Henrys VIII's first love token to Anne, which she kept until her death,when she gave it to her jailor,pointing out that the design is of a serpent adding,'and thus he (Henry) proved ever unto me." It's now kept at Chequers, the Prime Misister's country residence.

Henry VIII's first love token to Anne Boleyn. This is the first love token King Henry VIII gave to Anne Boleyn, which she kept until her death.

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