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munimentkeeper @munimentkeeper

The head of Henry VII, from his funeral effigy, probably made by Torrigiano, 1509. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries at @westminsterabbeylondon are closed this week, allowing us to check over all the objects and cases. #queensdiamondjubileegalleries #westminsterabbey #henryvii #funeral #effigy #torrigiano #pietrotorrigiano #tudor #head #royal #royalportrait #galleries #museum #sixteenthcentury #tudorportrait #sculpture #wood #plaster

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The head of Henry VII, from his funeral effigy, probably made by Torrigiano, 1509. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries at @westminsterabbeylondon are closed this week, allowing us to check over all the objects and cases. #queensdiamondjubileegalleries #westminsterabbey #henryvii #funeral #effigy #torrigiano #pietrotorrigiano #tudor #head #royal #royalportrait #galleries #museum #sixteenthcentury #tudorportrait #sculpture #wood #plaster
beaufortlucia @beaufortlucia

As close as you get looking into the face of Henry VII (1457-1509). the Henry VII terracotta bust in the Victoria and Albert Museum, created by Pietro Torrigiani in 1511 using a plaster cast taken of Henry's face after his death. And before you say he is looking miserable or sour, pls. Think of when and how the bust was created! He was at that point a dead man, 52, with difficult and uneasy life behind, man who died most probably on tuberculosis...so in my eyes he looked still well, despite this! #tudors #tudor #henryvii #english #welsh #england #history #historian #historylover #historie #historia #medieval

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As close as you get looking into the face of Henry VII (1457-1509). the Henry VII terracotta bust in the Victoria and Albert Museum, created by Pietro Torrigiani in 1511 using a plaster cast taken of Henry's face after his death. And before you say he is looking miserable or sour, pls. Think of when and how the bust was created! He was at that point a dead man, 52, with difficult and uneasy life behind, man who died most probably on tuberculosis...so in my eyes he looked still well, despite this! #tudors #tudor #henryvii #english #welsh #england #history #historian #historylover #historie #historia #medieval
mainly_history_memes @mainly_history_memes

And for my next trick I'll make the Tudors lose over £13,000 by pretending to be some kid who died in jail

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And for my next trick I'll make the Tudors lose over £13,000 by pretending to be some kid who died in jail
thetudorlaura @thetudorlaura

First up for #tudorqueentuesdays (i know, its a bit of a mouthful) is Elizabeth of York. Born in 1466, she was the eldest child of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville. She lived through the tumultuous times of the Wars of the Roses and on the death of her father and the usurpation of Richard III in 1483, she and her siblings were declared illegitimate. Her brothers (Edward V and Richard Duke of York) disappeared from the Tower and she was forced to hide in the sanctuary of Westminster Abbey with her mother and sisters. It has been rummored that she was set to marry Richard III, but as we all know, she became our first Tudor queen when she married Henry VII following his victory at Bosworth. It was this marriage that united the houses of York and Lancaster. The queen had her own household, administrative officers and council to govern her affairs. Henry and Elizabeth are said to have genuinely been fond of each other and they had four children who survived infancy. She sadly died in 1502 in childbed and Henry was said to be distraught. *Fun Fact* The queen of hearts in a deck of playing cards is said to represent Elizabeth of York! Supposedly, Henry VII ordered her image to appear on every deck of cards, following her death, as commeration of their love. (Source: Alison Weir - Elizabeth of York) . . . . . #thetudorlaura #thetudors #tudorqueens #queenship #tuesday #henryvii #henryviii #warsoftheroses #edwardiv #elizabethwoodville #richardiii #history #houseofyork

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First up for #tudorqueentuesdays (i know, its a bit of a mouthful) is Elizabeth of York. Born in 1466, she was the eldest child of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville. She lived through the tumultuous times of the Wars of the Roses and on the death of her father and the usurpation of Richard III in 1483, she and her siblings were declared illegitimate. Her brothers (Edward V and Richard Duke of York) disappeared from the Tower and she was forced to hide in the sanctuary of Westminster Abbey with her mother and sisters. It has been rummored that she was set to marry Richard III, but as we all know, she became our first Tudor queen when she married Henry VII following his victory at Bosworth. It was this marriage that united the houses of York and Lancaster. 
The queen had her own household, administrative officers and council to govern her affairs. Henry and Elizabeth are said to have genuinely been fond of each other and they had four children who survived infancy. She sadly died in 1502 in childbed and Henry was said to be distraught. *Fun Fact*
The queen of hearts in a deck of playing cards is said to represent Elizabeth of York! Supposedly, Henry VII ordered her image to appear on every deck of cards, following her death, as commeration of their love. (Source: Alison Weir - Elizabeth of York)
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historycrowned @historycrowned

HENRY VIII + ANNE BOLEYN ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: What attracted Henry in 1526 was not, therefore, so much Anne’s beauty, but her character, intelligence and charm. Anne had spent nine years on the Continent – seven of them at the French court. the Château Royal de Blois, one of the pleasure palaces where the French king, Francis I, held his court. Blois’s spectacular spiral staircase, ornamented with classical statues and filigree, which Francis built in 1515, indicates in stonework precisely what Anne found there: the French court was at the heart of the Renaissance – Francis even invited Leonardo da Vinci to visit – and in spending time here, Anne became a cultured, sophisticated woman. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #costumedrama #queenelizabeth

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HENRY VIII + ANNE BOLEYN
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What attracted Henry in 1526 was not, therefore, so much Anne’s beauty, but her character, intelligence and charm. Anne had spent nine years on the Continent – seven of them at the French court. the Château Royal de Blois, one of the pleasure palaces where the French king, Francis I, held his court. Blois’s spectacular spiral staircase, ornamented with classical statues and filigree, which Francis built in 1515, indicates in stonework precisely what Anne found there: the French court was at the heart of the Renaissance – Francis even invited Leonardo da Vinci to visit – and in spending time here, Anne became a cultured, sophisticated woman.
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #costumedrama #queenelizabeth
historycrowned @historycrowned

HENRY VIII + ANNE BOLEYN + MARY BOLEYN🌟 ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: While Mary was pregnant and on bedrest with her second child, the king became bored with her. Unable to continue their relationship while she was ill, he cast her aside. He began gaining interest in other ladies of the court, a chance which Anne jumped at. However, she had learned from her sister’s mistakes. Rather than become the king’s mistress, and potentially bear an heir that had no real claim to the throne, Anne played a medieval game of hard to get. She led the king on and vowed not to sleep with him until he divorced his wife and made her queen. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #costumedrama #queenelizabeth

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HENRY VIII + ANNE BOLEYN + MARY BOLEYN🌟
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While Mary was pregnant and on bedrest with her second child, the king became bored with her. Unable to continue their relationship while she was ill, he cast her aside. He began gaining interest in other ladies of the court, a chance which Anne jumped at.
However, she had learned from her sister’s mistakes. Rather than become the king’s mistress, and potentially bear an heir that had no real claim to the throne, Anne played a medieval game of hard to get. She led the king on and vowed not to sleep with him until he divorced his wife and made her queen. :
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #costumedrama #queenelizabeth
historycrowned @historycrowned

MARY BOLEYN (1499-1543) ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: Mary Boleyn, also known as Lady Mary, was the sister of English queen Anne Boleyn, whose family enjoyed considerable influence during the reign of King Henry VIII. Mary was one of the mistresses of Henry VIII for an unknown period of time. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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MARY BOLEYN (1499-1543)
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ORIGINAL CAPTION: Mary Boleyn, also known as Lady Mary, was the sister of English queen Anne Boleyn, whose family enjoyed considerable influence during the reign of King Henry VIII. Mary was one of the mistresses of Henry VIII for an unknown period of time. :
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
inecastelijns @inecastelijns

Had a great day at the #victoriaandalbertmuseum today where all the research on this bed of roses, thought to be #HenryVII ‘s marriage bed was presented. Although the results from the dendrochronology and carbon dating were inconclusive, we heard some very convincing arguments about the beds #iconography , #provenance and originally painted decoration. The bed might have been designed for the painted chamber at #Westminster with proportions corresponding to the room’s murals. Henry and Elizabeth of York might have taken it to #lathomhall when they visited, which is where it remained on their return to #London . After that, it eventually belonged to #georgeshaw who produced similar #gothicrevival beds arguably based on this original example before it ended up in the hotel which later sold it at auction. There are so many more interesting stories to be told -> check out the website www.henryviibed.co.uk #statebed #tudor #gothic #masterpiece

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Had a great day at the #victoriaandalbertmuseum today where all the research on this bed of roses, thought to be #HenryVII ‘s marriage bed was presented. Although the results from the dendrochronology and carbon dating were inconclusive, we heard some very convincing arguments about the beds #iconography , #provenance and originally painted decoration. The bed might have been designed for the painted chamber at #Westminster with proportions corresponding to the room’s murals. Henry and Elizabeth of York might have taken it to #lathomhall when they visited, which is where it remained on their return to #London . After that, it eventually belonged to #georgeshaw who produced similar #gothicrevival beds arguably based on this original example before it ended up in the hotel which later sold it at auction. There are so many more interesting stories to be told -> check out the website www.henryviibed.co.uk #statebed #tudor #gothic #masterpiece
beaufortlucia @beaufortlucia

Man who proved it: NOBODY GIVES YOU POWER, YOU JUST TAKE IT. Henry VII (1457-1509), first Tudor/Welsh King of England #henryvii #tudors #tudor #plantagenets #england #welsh #english #history #historian #historylover #historie #historia

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Man who proved it: NOBODY GIVES YOU POWER, YOU JUST TAKE IT. Henry VII (1457-1509), first Tudor/Welsh King of England #henryvii #tudors #tudor #plantagenets #england #welsh #english #history #historian #historylover #historie #historia
shell_stream @shell_stream

A fascinating day witnessing years of research being presented and discussed - Icon Historic Interiors Group “A Bed of Roses - 15thC Royal or Revival?” Discovered much about medieval symbolism, the challenges of dendrochronology, paint analysis ... and whichever the answer, the pursuit is just as fruitful - how the investigation evolves, the techniques and tools used and ways of seeing 👀 Thank you!

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A fascinating day witnessing years of research being presented and discussed - Icon Historic Interiors Group “A Bed of Roses - 15thC Royal or Revival?” Discovered much about medieval symbolism, the challenges of dendrochronology, paint analysis ... and whichever the answer, the pursuit is just as fruitful - how the investigation evolves, the techniques and tools used and ways of seeing 👀 Thank you!
djvolt666 @djvolt666

A jamais dans nos coeurs. Reposez en paix Monseigneur. Vive le Roy ! #roidefrance #henryvii

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A jamais dans nos coeurs. Reposez en paix Monseigneur. Vive le Roy ! #roidefrance #henryvii
munsangbin__ @munsangbin__

배그 혼슐 얼음컵이 짜세다

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배그 혼슐 얼음컵이 짜세다
unsilentt @unsilentt

Henry VIII's helmet. Bonafide mad lad. #leedsroyalarmouries #leeds #henryvii #madcunt #coolas

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Henry VIII's helmet. Bonafide mad lad.
#leedsroyalarmouries #leeds #henryvii #madcunt #coolas
chi.detect @chi.detect

1485-1509 Henry VII Sovereign Penny (Spinks 2238 . Cleaned up from earlier...first silver hammered of the year! . . . . #MetalDetecting #Detecting #MetalDetectingUK #MetalDetectingFinds #TreasureHunting #Treasure #DirtFishing #Garrett #GarrettAce250 #BritishHistory #Old #History #Hammered #Coin #Silver #HenryVII #Penny #SovereignPenny #HammeredCoins #Tudor

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#MetalDetecting #Detecting #MetalDetectingUK #MetalDetectingFinds #TreasureHunting #Treasure #DirtFishing #Garrett #GarrettAce250 #BritishHistory #Old #History #Hammered #Coin #Silver #HenryVII #Penny #SovereignPenny #HammeredCoins #Tudor
historycrowned @historycrowned

ANNE BOLEYN (1507-1536) ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: Anne’s arrogant behaviour soon made her unpopular at court. Although Henry lost interest in her and began liaisons with other women, the birth of a son might have saved the marriage. Anne had a miscarriage in 1534, and in January 1536 she gave birth to a stillborn male child. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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ANNE BOLEYN (1507-1536)
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Anne’s arrogant behaviour soon made her unpopular at court. Although Henry lost interest in her and began liaisons with other women, the birth of a son might have saved the marriage. Anne had a miscarriage in 1534, and in January 1536 she gave birth to a stillborn male child. :
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
tudordynastyjewels @tudordynastyjewels

That’s tonight’s TV viewing sorted !! Channel 5 in the UK. #henryviii #annebolyen #henryvii #elizabethi #hamptoncourt #toweroflondon #tudors #thetudors #england #history #saturdaynight

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That’s tonight’s TV viewing sorted !! Channel 5 in the UK. #henryviii #annebolyen #henryvii #elizabethi #hamptoncourt #toweroflondon #tudors #thetudors #england #history #saturdaynight
historycrowned @historycrowned

King Henry VIII + Anne Boleyn (The Other Boleyn Girl) ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: Boleyn was a member of Henry VIII’s court, serving as a maid of honor to his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to whom he was married from 1509 to 1533. The king became smitten with Boleyn and pursued her, but she refused to become his mistress. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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King Henry VIII + Anne Boleyn
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Boleyn was a member of Henry VIII’s court, serving as a maid of honor to his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to whom he was married from 1509 to 1533. The king became smitten with Boleyn and pursued her, but she refused to become his mistress.
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
mandgcollection @mandgcollection

#OnThisDay in 1486, King Henry VII of England married Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV. Henry VII, pictured here in this oil painting from @vamuseum, was the first monarch of the House of Tudor. • • • • #MandGCollection #MandG #MuseumsandGalleries #vamuseum #England #King #Queen #Tudor #HenryVII #ElizabethofYork #Marriage #Wedding #OilPainting #ThisDayinHistory

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#OnThisDay in 1486, King Henry VII of England married Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV. Henry VII, pictured here in this oil painting from @vamuseum, was the first monarch of the House of Tudor.
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tudor_tours @tudor_tours

533 years ago today it was made official! Henry VII married Elizabeth of York at Westminster Abbey. This union would help bring an end to wars of the roses ⚔️ England had been in civil war for 30yrs with what would be one of our most bloody periods of history! Within this time the crown changed hands 7 times 👑 Henry's victory at the Battle of Bosworth 5 months previous would be the final battle! This marriage marked the beginning of the Tudor dynasty, the couple would go on to have 7 children, one of them of course of Henry VIII #thetudortours #thetudors #otd #history #englishhistory #britishhistory #tudors #historian #historyiscool #westminsterabbey #henryvii #waroftheroses #nationaltrust #englishheritage #tomb #lancaster #york #tudordynasty

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533 years ago today it was made official! 
Henry VII married Elizabeth of York at Westminster Abbey.

This union would help bring an end to wars of the roses ⚔️ England had been in civil war for 30yrs with what would be one of our most bloody periods of history! Within this time the crown changed hands 7 times 👑
Henry's victory at the Battle of Bosworth 5 months previous would be the final battle!

This marriage marked the beginning of the Tudor dynasty, the couple would go on to have 7 children, one of them of course of Henry VIII

#thetudortours #thetudors #otd #history #englishhistory #britishhistory #tudors #historian #historyiscool #westminsterabbey #henryvii #waroftheroses #nationaltrust #englishheritage #tomb #lancaster #york #tudordynasty
frarys.throne @frarys.throne

it’s been a hot minute since ive edited these icons so here they are;) - - - Dt: yorkgrp + boleyngrp (babes)💓 Ac: jokeraudios Cc: me #yorkgrp #boleyngrp #monarchicalgrp

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the_bed_of_roses @the_bed_of_roses

533 years ago Henry VII and Elizabeth of York spent their wedding night in the Painted Chamber at Westminster Palace in an elaborately carved and painted four poster bed. A Bed of Roses symposium at the V&A museum Monday 21st January for a unique opportunity to see the bed and hear the art historical and scientific research. Link in bio. #HenryVII #ElizabethofYork #Tudor #History

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533 years ago Henry VII and Elizabeth of York spent their wedding night in the Painted Chamber at Westminster Palace in an elaborately carved and painted four poster bed. 
A Bed of Roses symposium at the V&A museum Monday 21st January for a unique opportunity to see the bed and hear the art historical and scientific research. Link in bio.

#HenryVII #ElizabethofYork #Tudor #History
meanderingthroughtime @meanderingthroughtime

Henry Tudor became king when he defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, he was crowned King two months later. Within seven days of his coronation, parliament declared the legitimacy of his claim to the throne of England. It was this day in 1486 he took another step to secure his position, that is marrying a daughter of York. You can read more about this on my blog on my website at https://meanderingthroughtime.weebly.com/wars-of-the-roses-blog/marriage-of-henry-tudor-to-elizabeth-of-york7221758 #henryvii #elizabethofyork #king #monarch #tudor #marriage #onthisdayinhistory #royalflush

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Henry Tudor became king when he defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, he was crowned King two months later. Within seven days of his coronation, parliament declared the legitimacy of his claim to the throne of England.

It was this day in 1486 he took another step to secure his position, that is marrying a daughter of York.

You can read more about this on my blog on my website at

https://meanderingthroughtime.weebly.com/wars-of-the-roses-blog/marriage-of-henry-tudor-to-elizabeth-of-york7221758

#henryvii #elizabethofyork #king #monarch #tudor #marriage #onthisdayinhistory #royalflush
hamptons_richmond @hamptons_richmond

#Hamptons #Richmond is privileged to offer for sale this unique and historically important Grade I listed house that was formerly part of Richmond Palace; built by King Henry VII and the residence of Queen Elizabeth I until her death in 1603. The building known as 'The Wardrobe' was built to house apparel and possessions of the Royal Family which it did continuously until it was converted for residential use in the late seventeenth century by craftsmen led by Sir Christopher Wren. Guide priced at £4Million this unique piece of history is now available to purchase via Hamptons. #history #richmond #hamptons150 #newyearnewhome #movingtogether #richmondgreen #royalfamily #royalpalace #henryviii #henryvii #elizabethi #grade1listed

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#Hamptons #Richmond is privileged to offer for sale this unique and historically important Grade I listed house that was formerly part of Richmond Palace; built by King Henry VII and the residence of Queen Elizabeth I until her death in 1603. The building known as 'The Wardrobe' was built to house apparel and possessions of the Royal Family which it did continuously until it was converted for residential use in the late seventeenth century by craftsmen led by Sir Christopher Wren. Guide priced at £4Million this unique piece of history is now available to purchase via Hamptons. #history #richmond #hamptons150 #newyearnewhome #movingtogether #richmondgreen #royalfamily #royalpalace #henryviii #henryvii #elizabethi #grade1listed
society_anne @society_anne

533 years ago #onthisday - 18th January - in 1486, King Henry VII married Elizabeth of York at Westminster Abbey. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Cardinal Thomas Bourchier, performed the ceremony. • • Elizabeth is reported to have worn a gown of silk damask and crimson satin, with a 'kirtle of white cloth of gold damask and a mantle of the same suit, furred with ermine'. Her hair flowing, threaded with jewels, proclaiming her virginity. While Henry was richly attired in cloth of gold. • • Following the ceremony the King and Queen presided over a lavish feast, with guests dining on roasted peacocks, swans, larks and quails, followed by sugar almonds and fruit tarts. Then came the time for the King and Queen to depart to the bedchamber and consummate their marriage. • • Henry and Elizabeth's marriage was seen by many as uniting the two warring houses, Lancaster and York. It won Henry the support of some Yorkist supporters. • • It would be celebrated for years to come, even when their great-great-grandson King James VI of Scotland inherited the throne of England as King James I in 1603, the proclamation of his accession would speak of their marriage as having 'brought to an end the bloody and civil wars to the joy unspeakable of this kingdom'. • • Although the marriage was a political union, it seems to have genuinely become a love match. Henry and Elizabeth would go on to have seven children together- four of whom would survive into adulthood. One being Henry VIII. • • It is through their eldest daughter Margaret, that the royal line has continued down to the current Monarch of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth. The line goes; • • Henry VII & Elizabeth of York = Margaret Tudor = James V of Scotland = Mary, Queen of Scots = James VI of Scotland/I of England = Elizabeth of Bohemia = Sophia, Electress of Hanover = George I = George II = Frederick, Prince of Wales = George III = Edward, Duke of Kent = Queen Victoria = Edward VII = George V = George VI = Elizabeth II. • • Queen Elizabeth II, is the great-granddaughter X14 of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. • • Continued in the comments >>>

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533 years ago #onthisday - 18th January - in 1486, King Henry VII married Elizabeth of York at Westminster Abbey.
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Elizabeth is reported to have worn a gown of silk damask and crimson satin, with a 'kirtle of white cloth of gold damask and a mantle of the same suit, furred with ermine'. Her hair flowing, threaded with jewels, proclaiming her virginity. While Henry was richly attired in cloth of gold. •
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Following the ceremony the King and Queen presided over a lavish feast, with guests dining on roasted peacocks, swans, larks and quails, followed by sugar almonds and fruit tarts. 
Then came the time for the King and Queen to depart to the bedchamber and consummate their marriage.
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Henry and Elizabeth's marriage was seen by many as uniting the two warring houses, Lancaster and York. It won Henry the support of some Yorkist supporters. •
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It would be celebrated for years to come, even when their great-great-grandson King James VI of Scotland inherited the throne of England as King James I in 1603, the proclamation of his accession would speak of their marriage as having 'brought to an end the bloody and civil wars to the joy unspeakable of this kingdom'. •
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Although the marriage was a political union, it seems to have genuinely become a love match. 
Henry and Elizabeth would go on to have seven children together- four of whom would survive into adulthood. One being Henry VIII.
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It is through their eldest daughter Margaret, that the royal line has continued down to the current Monarch of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth. The line goes; •
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Henry VII & Elizabeth of York = Margaret Tudor = James V of Scotland = Mary, Queen of Scots = James VI of Scotland/I of England = Elizabeth of Bohemia = Sophia, Electress of Hanover =  George I = George II = Frederick, Prince of Wales = George III = Edward, Duke of Kent = Queen Victoria = Edward VII = George V = George VI = Elizabeth II. •
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beaufortlucia @beaufortlucia

As today is the 533rd wedding anniversary of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, uniting the warring houses of York and Lancaster, here is a mid-fifteenth century medieval tile in Gloucester Cathedral featuring a heart ♥️ and a rose🌹. “O, now let Richmond and Elizabeth, The true succeeders of each royal house, By God’s fair ordinance conjoin together, And let their heirs, God, if thy will be so, Enrich the time to come with smooth-faced peace.” (William Shakespeare in Richard III) #otd #historian #historylover #history #historie #tudors #tudor #henryvii #york #english #england #royal #wedding

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As today is the 533rd wedding anniversary of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, uniting the warring houses of York and Lancaster, here is a mid-fifteenth century medieval tile in Gloucester Cathedral featuring a heart ♥️ and a rose🌹.
“O, now let Richmond and Elizabeth,
The true succeeders of each royal house,
By God’s fair ordinance conjoin together,
And let their heirs, God, if thy will be so,
Enrich the time to come with smooth-faced peace.”
(William Shakespeare in Richard III) #otd #historian #historylover #history #historie #tudors #tudor #henryvii #york #english #england #royal #wedding
beaufortlucia @beaufortlucia

18 JANUARY 1486 – HENRY VII MARRIES ELIZABETH OF YORK. 💏💍The wedding of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York took place in Westminster Abbey and formally united the Houses of Lancaster and York, symbolically ending the Wars of the Roses, and honouring an oath the king had first made on Christmas Day in 1483.The wedding was a moment of great exaltation for the people of England, with Bernard Andre documenting in his biography of his royal patron how ‘Gifts flowed freely on all sides and were showered on everyone, while feasts, dances, and tournaments were celebrated with liberal generosity to make known and to magnify the joyful occasion and the bounty of gold, silver, rings and jewels’. He further remarked that ‘great gladness filled all the kingdom’, whilst the people ‘built fires for joy far and wide, and celebrated with dances, songs, and feasts in many parts of London’.Henry is often accused of delaying the marriage and only proceeding with the match due to pressure from his Yorkist supporters. It is certain however that Henry, 'lyke a good prynce accordyng to his othe and promes' as Edward Hall put it, sought to marry Elizabeth as soon as was logistically possible. In the months which followed Bosworth, the immediate focus of the king and his council was to attend to the pressing matter of governing a kingdom fractured by war, securing his position and conducting his first parliament.Furthermore, there were two obstacles which needed to be settled before the wedding could go ahead; Firstly, Elizabeth was legally a ‘bastard’ and secondly she was related to her potential husband in the fourth degree of kinship which required a papal dispensation to set aside. A faculty of dispensation was received from Rome via the Bishop of Imola two days before the marriage, with a full confirmation of papal dispensation subsequently produced on 2 March, ensuring the canonical validity of the marriage.Within weeks of the wedding,it was clear that Elizabeth was pregnant.A new era had dawned. #otd #historian #historylover #history #english #england #tudors #tudor #henryvii #york

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18 JANUARY 1486 – HENRY VII MARRIES ELIZABETH OF YORK. 💏💍The wedding of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York took place in Westminster Abbey and formally united the Houses of Lancaster and York, symbolically ending the Wars of the Roses, and honouring an oath the king had first made on Christmas Day in 1483.The wedding was a moment of great exaltation for the people of England, with Bernard Andre documenting in his biography of his royal patron how ‘Gifts flowed freely on all sides and were showered on everyone, while feasts, dances, and tournaments were celebrated with liberal generosity to make known and to magnify the joyful occasion and the bounty of gold, silver, rings and jewels’. He further remarked that ‘great gladness filled all the kingdom’, whilst the people ‘built fires for joy far and wide, and celebrated with dances, songs, and feasts in many parts of London’.Henry is often accused of delaying the marriage and only proceeding with the match due to pressure from his Yorkist supporters. It is certain however that Henry, 'lyke a good prynce accordyng to his othe and promes' as Edward Hall put it, sought to marry Elizabeth as soon as was logistically possible. In the months which followed Bosworth, the immediate focus of the king and his council was to attend to the pressing matter of governing a kingdom fractured by war, securing his position and conducting his first parliament.Furthermore, there were two obstacles which needed to be settled before the wedding could go ahead; Firstly, Elizabeth was legally a ‘bastard’ and secondly she was related to her potential husband in the fourth degree of kinship which required a papal dispensation to set aside. A faculty of dispensation was received from Rome via the Bishop of Imola two days before the marriage, with a full confirmation of papal dispensation subsequently produced on 2 March, ensuring the canonical validity of the marriage.Within weeks of the wedding,it was clear that Elizabeth was pregnant.A new era had dawned. #otd #historian #historylover #history #english #england #tudors #tudor #henryvii #york
beaufortlucia @beaufortlucia

18 JANUARY 1486 – HENRY VII MARRIES ELIZABETH OF YORK. 💏💍The wedding of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York took place in Westminster Abbey and formally united the Houses of Lancaster and York, symbolically ending the Wars of the Roses, and honouring an oath the king had first made on Christmas Day in 1483.The wedding was a moment of great exaltation for the people of England, with Bernard Andre documenting in his biography of his royal patron how ‘Gifts flowed freely on all sides and were showered on everyone, while feasts, dances, and tournaments were celebrated with liberal generosity to make known and to magnify the joyful occasion and the bounty of gold, silver, rings and jewels’. He further remarked that ‘great gladness filled all the kingdom’, whilst the people ‘built fires for joy far and wide, and celebrated with dances, songs, and feasts in many parts of London’.Henry is often accused of delaying the marriage and only proceeding with the match due to pressure from his Yorkist supporters. It is certain however that Henry, 'lyke a good prynce accordyng to his othe and promes' as Edward Hall put it, sought to marry Elizabeth as soon as was logistically possible. In the months which followed Bosworth, the immediate focus of the king and his council was to attend to the pressing matter of governing a kingdom fractured by war, securing his position and conducting his first parliament.Furthermore, there were two obstacles which needed to be settled before the wedding could go ahead; Firstly, Elizabeth was legally a ‘bastard’ and secondly she was related to her potential husband in the fourth degree of kinship which required a papal dispensation to set aside. A faculty of dispensation was received from Rome via the Bishop of Imola two days before the marriage, with a full confirmation of papal dispensation subsequently produced on 2 March, ensuring the canonical validity of the marriage.Within weeks of the wedding,it was clear that Elizabeth was pregnant.A new era had dawned #otd #tudors #historian #historylover #history #york #england #henryvii #tudor #era #english

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18 JANUARY 1486 – HENRY VII MARRIES ELIZABETH OF YORK. 💏💍The wedding of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York took place in Westminster Abbey and formally united the Houses of Lancaster and York, symbolically ending the Wars of the Roses, and honouring an oath the king had first made on Christmas Day in 1483.The wedding was a moment of great exaltation for the people of England, with Bernard Andre documenting in his biography of his royal patron how ‘Gifts flowed freely on all sides and were showered on everyone, while feasts, dances, and tournaments were celebrated with liberal generosity to make known and to magnify the joyful occasion and the bounty of gold, silver, rings and jewels’. He further remarked that ‘great gladness filled all the kingdom’, whilst the people ‘built fires for joy far and wide, and celebrated with dances, songs, and feasts in many parts of London’.Henry is often accused of delaying the marriage and only proceeding with the match due to pressure from his Yorkist supporters. It is certain however that Henry, 'lyke a good prynce accordyng to his othe and promes' as Edward Hall put it, sought to marry Elizabeth as soon as was logistically possible. In the months which followed Bosworth, the immediate focus of the king and his council was to attend to the pressing matter of governing a kingdom fractured by war, securing his position and conducting his first parliament.Furthermore, there were two obstacles which needed to be settled before the wedding could go ahead; Firstly, Elizabeth was legally a ‘bastard’ and secondly she was related to her potential husband in the fourth degree of kinship which required a papal dispensation to set aside. A faculty of dispensation was received from Rome via the Bishop of Imola two days before the marriage, with a full confirmation of papal dispensation subsequently produced on 2 March, ensuring the canonical validity of the marriage.Within weeks of the wedding,it was clear that Elizabeth was pregnant.A new era had dawned #otd #tudors #historian #historylover #history #york #england #henryvii #tudor #era #english
latudorcourtier @latudorcourtier

•Part 2• After the archbishop placed the golden ring on Elizabeth, the couple said their vows. Following royal custom,  Elizabeth promised to take Henry as her husband “for fairer, for fouler, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to be blithe and amiable, and obliging in bed and at board” till death do them part. San Jones wrote, “The wedding was celebrated in the customary fashion, with “wedding torches, marriage bed and other suitable decorations,” followed by “great magnificence … at the royal nuptials … Gifts flowed freely on all sides and were showered on everyone while feasts, dances and tournaments were celebrated with liberal generosity to … magnify the joyous occasion.” Elizabeth would have seen the new rose, the Tudor rose in every corner as well as her husband’s other badges. Illusory as it was, the impression lasted and their descendants continued to use this device and celebrate the union of their ancestors (Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, etc.) Parliament approved the marriage match on December 10, 1485, with the Speaker declaring “Which marriage, they hoped God would bless with a progeny of the race of kings, to the great satisfaction of the whole realm,” and on January 16, 1486 a papal dispensation was issued to cover the degree of sanguinity within the fourth degree. Their union had been planned for some time and their betrothal had been cooked up by Elizabeth Woodville, Elizabeth of York’s mother, and Margaret Beaufort, Henry’s mother. On the August 27, 1485, Henry entered London as King Henry VII, and had been crowned on October 30, 1485, which begs the question why he waited to crown Elizabeth, and why it took fives months to marry her. Henry VII had swore he would marry Elizabeth when he had been in exile in Brittany, at  Vannes Cathedral, three years prior. A lot had happened since then though. The papal dispensation that their mothers had secretly plotted to get had to be reissued-it was vital that the couple married under the good eyes of the church. Continued in comments⬇️

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•Part 2• 
After the archbishop placed the golden ring on Elizabeth, the couple said their vows. Following royal custom,  Elizabeth promised to take Henry as her husband “for fairer, for fouler, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to be blithe and amiable, and obliging in bed and at board” till death do them part. 
San Jones wrote, “The wedding was celebrated in the customary fashion, with “wedding torches, marriage bed and other suitable decorations,” followed by “great magnificence … at the royal nuptials … Gifts flowed freely on all sides and were showered on everyone while feasts, dances and tournaments were celebrated with liberal generosity to … magnify the joyous occasion.” Elizabeth would have seen the new rose, the Tudor rose in every corner as well as her husband’s other badges. 
Illusory as it was, the impression lasted and their descendants continued to use this device and celebrate the union of their ancestors (Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, etc.) Parliament approved the marriage match on December 10, 1485, with the Speaker declaring “Which marriage, they hoped God would bless with a progeny of the race of kings, to the great satisfaction of the whole realm,” and on January 16, 1486 a papal dispensation was issued to cover the degree of sanguinity within the fourth degree. Their union had been planned for some time and their betrothal had been cooked up by Elizabeth Woodville, Elizabeth of York’s mother, and Margaret Beaufort, Henry’s mother. 
On the August 27, 1485, Henry entered London as King Henry VII, and had been crowned on October 30, 1485, which begs the question why he waited to crown Elizabeth, and why it took fives months to marry her. 
Henry VII had swore he would marry Elizabeth when he had been in exile in Brittany, at  Vannes Cathedral, three years prior. A lot had happened since then though. The papal dispensation that their mothers had secretly plotted to get had to be reissued-it was vital that the couple married under the good eyes of the church. 
Continued in comments⬇️
latudorcourtier @latudorcourtier

Otd, January 18, 1486, twenty year old Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, married twenty nine year old King Henry VII, first Tudor monarch, at Westminster Abbey. The service was conducted by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. This was just under five months after Henry’s victory at the Battle of Bosworth, where he defeated King Richard III and became King. Sadly, there is no contemporary account of the wedding-so we don’t know what they wore etc. Elizabeth of York “was one of the beauties of her age” with her classic English Rose looks – blonde hair, blue eyes and fair skin – and she was also “singularly attractive as a character too”, in that “she was a healer and reconciler.” Henry was tall, slim, dark haired, handsome and “in the prime of his life”, and he also had many good qualities: courage, decisiveness and “the ability to master men and events.” They were, in short, the perfect couple and the perfect King and Queen, plus their marriage reconciled the warring Houses of Lancaster and York and their reign started a new royal house and era: The Tudor dynasty. David Starkey describes them as, “a striking couple,” so I’m sure they looked beautiful. Given the statement that Henry wanted to make, jointing the two houses thus finally ending the War of the Roses, and asserting himself and the rightful king; the Abbey would have been filled with Tudor imagery that Henry had created that gave a new interpretation of the dynastic conflict between the two houses. By intertwining the white rose of York with the red rose, Henry VII’s union with Elizabeth meant to give a powerful message of peace. The building would have been decorated by royal colors such as “purple and gold, silk, ermine and delicate cloths of tissue.” And the bride,”would have been splendidly dressed and adorned with jewels, lace, brocade and ribbons.” She would not have worn white, given that white was not a color worn for wedding dresses at the time. Elizabeth would have likely worn purple as it symbolized royalty, or taken one of her many new gowns. Continued on next post—>

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Otd, January 18, 1486, twenty year old Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, married twenty nine year old King Henry VII, first Tudor monarch, at Westminster Abbey. The service was conducted by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. 
This was just under five months after Henry’s victory at the Battle of Bosworth, where he defeated King Richard III and became King. 
Sadly, there is no contemporary account of the wedding-so we don’t know what they wore etc. Elizabeth of York “was one of the beauties of her age” with her classic English Rose looks – blonde hair, blue eyes and fair skin – and she was also “singularly attractive as a character too”, in that “she was a healer and reconciler.” Henry was tall, slim, dark haired, handsome and “in the prime of his life”, and he also had many good qualities: courage, decisiveness and “the ability to master men and events.” They were, in short, the perfect couple and the perfect King and Queen, plus their marriage reconciled the warring Houses of Lancaster and York and their reign started a new royal house and era: The Tudor dynasty. David Starkey describes them as, “a striking couple,” so I’m sure they looked beautiful. 
Given the statement that Henry wanted to make, jointing the two houses thus finally ending the War of the Roses, and asserting himself and the rightful king; the Abbey would have been filled with Tudor imagery that Henry had created that gave a new interpretation of the dynastic conflict between the two houses. By intertwining the white rose of York with the red rose, Henry VII’s union with Elizabeth meant to give a powerful message of peace. 
The building would have been decorated by royal colors such as “purple and gold, silk, ermine and delicate cloths of tissue.” And the bride,”would have been splendidly dressed and adorned with jewels, lace, brocade and ribbons.” She would not have worn white, given that white was not a color worn for wedding dresses at the time. 
Elizabeth would have likely worn purple as it symbolized royalty, or taken one of her many new gowns. 
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royaltyofthepast @royaltyofthepast

On this day, 18 January 1486, about five months after the Battle of Bosworth, Henry VII, aged 28 married Elizabeth of York, aged 19. The service was conducted by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. -> Henry VII's coronation took place on 30th October, which leaves the question: Why did he not marry Elizabeth earlier? Some have suggested that it was because Henry contemplated marrying Elizabeth, however, the following reasons concluded by historian Amy Licence are far more likely: 1) The king's first Parliament had to sit. 2) There were things to sort out, e.g. “the Titulus Regis was repealed and the dowager queen’s reputation restored”. Henry “wanted to ensure his kingship was established and independent of Elizabeth’s claim before the ceremony took place.” 3) There was a terrible outbreak of the plague in the autumn of 1485. -> On 10th December 1485, Parliament approved of the marriage, with the Speaker declaring “Which marriage, they hoped God would bless with a progeny of the race of kings, to the great satisfaction of the whole realm”. On 16th January 1486 a papal dispensation was issued covering the fourth degree of sanguinity. The Crowland Chronicle Continuations recorded that: “…after the victory of the said king Henry the Seventh, and the ceremonies of his anointing an coronation, on the last day but one of the following month, by the hand of the most reverend father, Thomas, cardinal archbishop of Canterbury, and in due conformity with the ancient custom, the marriage was celebrated, which from the first had been hoped for, between him and the lady Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of king Edward the Fourth. This was duly solemnized, at the instance and urgent entreaty of all three of the estates of the realm, in the presence of the Church, on the eighteenth day of the month of January, in the year of our Lord, according to the computation of the Roman Church, 1486; a dispensation having been first obtained from the Apostolic See on the account of the fourth degree of consanguinity, within which the king and queen were related to each other. -> Unfortunately, we have no other account of the wedding ceremony nor do we know what the couple wore.

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On this day, 18 January 1486, about five months after the Battle of Bosworth, Henry VII, aged 28 married Elizabeth of York, aged 19. The service was conducted by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury.
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Henry VII's coronation took place on 30th October, which leaves the question: Why did he not marry Elizabeth earlier? Some have suggested that it was because Henry contemplated marrying Elizabeth, however, the following reasons concluded by historian Amy Licence are far more likely:
1) The king's first Parliament had to sit.
2) There were things to sort out, e.g. “the Titulus Regis was repealed and the dowager queen’s reputation restored”.
Henry “wanted to ensure his kingship was established and independent of Elizabeth’s claim before the ceremony took place.”
3) There was a terrible outbreak of the plague in the autumn of 1485.
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On 10th December 1485, Parliament approved of the marriage, with the Speaker declaring “Which marriage, they hoped God would bless with a progeny of the race of kings, to the great satisfaction of the whole realm”. On 16th January 1486 a papal dispensation was issued covering the fourth degree of sanguinity.
The Crowland Chronicle Continuations recorded that:
“…after the victory of the said king Henry the Seventh, and the ceremonies of his anointing an coronation, on the last day but one of the following month, by the hand of the most reverend father, Thomas, cardinal archbishop of Canterbury, and in due conformity with the ancient custom, the marriage was celebrated, which from the first had been hoped for, between him and the lady Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of king Edward the Fourth. This was duly solemnized, at the instance and urgent entreaty of all three of the estates of the realm, in the presence of the Church, on the eighteenth day of the month of January, in the year of our Lord, according to the computation of the Roman Church, 1486; a dispensation having been first obtained from the Apostolic See on the account of the fourth degree of consanguinity, within which the king and queen were related to each other.
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Unfortunately, we have no other account of the wedding ceremony  nor do we know what the couple wore.
katharinethequene @katharinethequene

On this day 533 years ago, the 28-year-old King Henry VII of England and the 19-year-old Princess Elizabeth of York were married in Westminster Abbey. The marriage had been arranged by their mothers to create an alliance between the houses of Lancaster and York and to unite the claims to the English throne. A dispensation was needed as the two spouses were within the fourth degree of consanguinity as third cousins. The only contemporary record describing the ceremony reads as follows: “...the marriage was celebrated, which from the first had been hoped for, between him (King Henry) and the Lady Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of King Edward the Fourth [of England]. This was duly solemnised, at the instance and urgent entreaty of all three estates of the realm, in the presence of the Church, on the eighteenth day of the month of January, in the year of our Lord, according to the computation of the Roman Church, 1486.” Although arranged, this marriage turned out to be a loving one, both King Henry and Queen Elizabeth loved and respected each other deeply and there is no record of the King ever taking any mistresses during this marriage and even after her death. They had at least 7 children together, 4 surviving past the age of 3. Upon the death of their eldest son, Prince Arthur, King Henry broke down in grief, and Queen Elizabeth comforted him, assuring him that they were both young enough to conceive again. She did become pregnant once more, but this proved fatal, as she died from childbed fever on her 37th birthday a week after delivering of a daughter, Princess Katherine, who died a day before her mother. For a while after the Queen’s death, the King was so struck with grief that he became physically ill, staying in bed and letting only his mother come anywhere near him. King Henry did make arrangements to remarry, but he never went through with any of them, and died as a widower.

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On this day 533 years ago, the 28-year-old King Henry VII of England and the 19-year-old Princess Elizabeth of York were married in Westminster Abbey. The marriage had been arranged by their mothers to create an alliance between the houses of Lancaster and York and to unite the claims to the English throne. A dispensation was needed as the two spouses were within the fourth degree of consanguinity as third cousins. The only contemporary record describing the ceremony reads as follows:
“...the marriage was celebrated, which from the first had been hoped for, between him (King Henry) and the Lady Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of King Edward the Fourth [of England]. This was duly solemnised, at the instance and urgent entreaty of all three estates of the realm, in the presence of the Church, on the eighteenth day of the month of January, in the year of our Lord, according to the computation of the Roman Church, 1486.”
Although arranged, this marriage turned out to be a loving one, both King Henry and Queen Elizabeth loved and respected each other deeply and there is no record of the King ever taking any mistresses during this marriage and even after her death. They had at least 7 children together, 4 surviving past the age of 3. Upon the death of their eldest son, Prince Arthur, King Henry broke down in grief, and Queen Elizabeth comforted him, assuring him that they were both young enough to conceive again. She did become pregnant once more, but this proved fatal, as she died from childbed fever on her 37th birthday a week after delivering of a daughter, Princess Katherine, who died a day before her mother. For a while after the Queen’s death, the King was so struck with grief that he became physically ill, staying in bed and letting only his mother come anywhere near him. King Henry did make arrangements to remarry, but he never went through with any of them, and died as a widower.
history_of_europes_royals @history_of_europes_royals

On This Day: On 18 January 1486 the wedding of Elizabeth of York, the eldest daughter and heir of Edward IV, and Henry VII, the last survivor from the House of Lancaster, ended the Wars of the Roses. With this marriage also started rule of the House of Tudor which lasted until the death if Elizabeth I. in 1603. #onthisday #otd #onthisdayinhistory #tudor #warsoftheroses #cousinswar #elizabethofyork #henryvii #elizabeththefirst #british #britishroyals #britishhistory

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On This Day: On 18 January 1486 the wedding of Elizabeth of York, the eldest daughter and heir of Edward IV, and Henry VII, the last survivor from the House of Lancaster, ended the Wars of the Roses. With this marriage also started rule of the House of Tudor which lasted until the death if Elizabeth I. in 1603. #onthisday #otd #onthisdayinhistory #tudor #warsoftheroses #cousinswar #elizabethofyork #henryvii #elizabeththefirst #british #britishroyals #britishhistory
johnthorewing @johnthorewing

18 Jan 1486: Elizabeth of York marries King Henry VII of England (Henry Tudor), uniting the dynastic claims of the Houses of York and Lancaster. Their marriage is symbolised in the Tudor Rose, combining the White Rose of York with the Red Rose of Lancaster. #OTD #OnThisDay #ElizabethOfYork #HenryVII #KingHenryVII #HenryTudor #WarsOfTheRoses #WOTR #Yorkists #Lancastrians #Tudors #TudorRose #MarriageAlliance #TudorDynasty #TudorQueen #TudorQueens #WhiteRose #WhiteRoseOfYork #RedRoseOfLancaster #18January #18thJanuary #January18th #January18 #AD1486 #1486AD

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18 Jan 1486: Elizabeth of York marries King Henry VII of England (Henry Tudor), uniting the dynastic claims of the Houses of York and Lancaster. Their marriage is symbolised in the Tudor Rose, combining the White Rose of York with the Red Rose of Lancaster. 
#OTD #OnThisDay #ElizabethOfYork #HenryVII #KingHenryVII #HenryTudor #WarsOfTheRoses #WOTR #Yorkists #Lancastrians #Tudors #TudorRose #MarriageAlliance #TudorDynasty #TudorQueen #TudorQueens #WhiteRose #WhiteRoseOfYork #RedRoseOfLancaster #18January #18thJanuary #January18th #January18 #AD1486 #1486AD
hartleburycastle @hartleburycastle

#onthisdayinhistory 18th January...1486 - #henryvii married #elizabethofyork - the #thewhiteprincess at #westminsterabbey , bringing an end to #thewarsoftheroses .The service was conducted by Thomas Bourchier, #archbishopofcanterbury one time #bishopofworcester with connections to #hartleburycastle #bishopspalace #hiddengem #visitworcestershire

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#onthisdayinhistory 18th January...1486 - #henryvii married #elizabethofyork - the #thewhiteprincess at #westminsterabbey, bringing an end to #thewarsoftheroses .The service was conducted by Thomas Bourchier, #archbishopofcanterbury one time #bishopofworcester with connections to #hartleburycastle #bishopspalace #hiddengem #visitworcestershire
aaron_pape_25 @aaron_pape_25

On this day, Henry VII, the last of the monarchs of the Wars of the Rose's period, marries Elizabeth of York, successfully uniting both of the rival houses to the kingdom of England.The War of the Roses was an internal civil war lasting around 50 years, between the Houses of York and Lancaster on who was the rightful house to the English Throne. Both factions had legitimate claims, having come from the Edward III's household. On the 22nd of August 1485, the Battle of Bosworth took place where Richard III of York was soundly defeated by the Lancastrian Henry VII. Henry cemented his rule by marrying his rivals daughter in 1486, effectively ending the war and the beginning a new dynasty as we know as the Tudors. Books are extremely well detailed on the Wars of the Roses and the unification of the houses of York and Lancaster. #history #englishhistory #waroftheroses #lancaster #york #tudor #henryvii #onthisday Pictures https://www.britannica.com/biography/Henry-VII-king-of-England http://www.englishmonarchs.co.uk/tudor_11.htm https://www.totallytimelines.com/the-tudors-1485-1603/

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On this day, Henry VII, the last of the monarchs of the Wars of the Rose's period, marries Elizabeth of York, successfully uniting both of the rival houses to the kingdom of England.The War of the Roses was an internal civil war lasting around 50 years, between the Houses of York and Lancaster on who was the rightful house to the English Throne. Both factions had legitimate claims, having come from the Edward III's household.  On the 22nd of August 1485, the Battle of Bosworth took place where Richard III of York was soundly defeated by the Lancastrian Henry VII. Henry cemented his rule by marrying his rivals daughter in 1486, effectively ending the war and the beginning a new dynasty as we know as the Tudors. 
Books are extremely well detailed on the Wars of the Roses and the unification of the houses of York and Lancaster.

#history #englishhistory #waroftheroses #lancaster #york #tudor #henryvii #onthisday

Pictures 
https://www.britannica.com/biography/Henry-VII-king-of-England 
http://www.englishmonarchs.co.uk/tudor_11.htm

https://www.totallytimelines.com/the-tudors-1485-1603/
wars_of_the_roses @wars_of_the_roses

#Otd in 1486 (18 January), Henry VII married Elizabeth of York, the eldest daughter of the late Edward IV. This pair of portraits of the two of them hang in the Haunted Gallery at Hampton Court Palace. The portrait of Elizabeth may be a contemporary copy of one done by Maynard Waynwyck, who was commissioned to paint individual portraits of the Royal Family to be sent to Scotland on the occasion of Princess Margaret's betrothal to James IV. It was listed in a portrait inventory of Henry VIII in 1542. The painting of Henry shown here dates from later in the sixteenth or seventeenth centuries, but derives from examples painted not long after their marriage, in the late fifteenth century. 👑👑👑 #medieval #middleages #HenryVII #Elizabeth #York #Tudor #HamptonCourt #Palace #HRP #HistoricRoyalPalaces #oil #painting #portrait #gothic #renaissance #art #marriage #onthisday #thisdayinhistory #history #heritage

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#Otd in 1486 (18 January), Henry VII married Elizabeth of York, the eldest daughter of the late Edward IV. This pair of portraits of the two of them hang in the Haunted Gallery at Hampton Court Palace. The portrait of Elizabeth may be a contemporary copy of one done by Maynard Waynwyck, who was commissioned to paint individual portraits of the Royal Family to be sent to Scotland on the occasion of Princess Margaret's betrothal to James IV. It was listed in a portrait inventory of Henry VIII in 1542. The painting of Henry shown here dates from later in the sixteenth or seventeenth centuries, but derives from examples painted not long after their marriage, in the late fifteenth century. 👑👑👑
#medieval #middleages #HenryVII #Elizabeth #York #Tudor #HamptonCourt #Palace #HRP #HistoricRoyalPalaces #oil #painting #portrait #gothic #renaissance #art #marriage #onthisday #thisdayinhistory #history #heritage
historycrowned @historycrowned

ELIZABETH OF YORK🌟 ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: Elizabeth of York played an important role in the Wars of the Roses and the early Tudor story. Born in 1466, she was the eldest daughter of the Yorkist king Edward IV, sister of the princes in the Tower, and niece of Richard III, who had her and her siblings declared bastards so that he could claim the throne. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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ELIZABETH OF YORK🌟
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Elizabeth of York played an important role in the Wars of the Roses and the early Tudor story. Born in 1466, she was the eldest daughter of the Yorkist king Edward IV, sister of the princes in the Tower, and niece of Richard III, who had her and her siblings declared bastards so that he could claim the throne. :
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
camps.werner @camps.werner

Op 18 januari 1486 trouwde koning Hendrik VII van Engeland met Elizabeth van York, uit het geslacht dat nog niet lang geleden de tegenstanders leverde in de Rozenoorlog. Hiermee vond een grote verzoening plaats tussen de rode roos van Lancaster en de witte roos van York. Er werden binnen dit huwelijk acht kinderen geboren, onder wie de opvolger, Hendrik VIII. Koning Hendrik VII ligt begraven in Westminster Abbey. Hij had er in 1503 een kapel aan toe laten voegen in de laatgotische zogeheten perpendiculaire stijl. Deze ‘Lady Chapel’ werd in de zestiende eeuw ‘een wonder van de wereld’ genoemd. De kapel geeft een beeld van de late middeleeuwse architectuur met een indrukwekkend plafond en hoge glas-in-lood ramen. In de kapel zijn 15 koningen en koninginnen begraven. Op de tombes van Henry VII en Elizabeth zijn bronzen graffiguren aangebracht van de koning en zijn gemalin. Zij rusten er voor eeuwig samen. #henryvii #tudor #elizabethofyork #york #lancaster #ladychapel #westminsterabbey #london #england

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Op 18 januari 1486 trouwde koning Hendrik VII van Engeland met Elizabeth van York, uit het geslacht dat nog niet lang geleden de tegenstanders leverde in de Rozenoorlog. Hiermee vond een grote verzoening plaats tussen de rode roos van Lancaster en de witte roos van York. Er werden binnen dit huwelijk acht kinderen geboren, onder wie de opvolger, Hendrik VIII. Koning Hendrik VII ligt begraven in Westminster Abbey. Hij had er in 1503 een kapel aan toe laten voegen in de laatgotische zogeheten perpendiculaire stijl. Deze ‘Lady Chapel’ werd in de zestiende eeuw ‘een wonder van de wereld’ genoemd. De kapel geeft een beeld van de late middeleeuwse architectuur met een indrukwekkend plafond en hoge glas-in-lood ramen. In de kapel zijn 15 koningen en koninginnen begraven. Op de tombes van Henry VII en Elizabeth zijn bronzen graffiguren aangebracht van de koning en zijn gemalin. Zij rusten er voor eeuwig samen. #henryvii #tudor #elizabethofyork #york #lancaster #ladychapel #westminsterabbey #london #england
amberleypublishing @amberleypublishing

🌟From the founder of the glittering Tudor royal dynasty to how the invention of paper allowed information and ideas to shape humanity for 4000 years🌟 #NewTitles #History #AncientHistory #AncientEgypt #Egyptians #Egypt #EarlyHistory #Medieval #Tudors #Monarchy #SocialHistory #PapyrusPaper #Paper #AmberleyPublishing #HenryVII ‘The Maligned Tudor King’ by #TerryBreverton #ThePharaohsTreasure ‘The Origins of Paper and the Rise of Western Civilization’ by #JohnGaudet

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🌟From the founder of the glittering Tudor royal dynasty to how the invention of paper allowed information and ideas to shape humanity for 4000 years🌟

#NewTitles #History #AncientHistory #AncientEgypt #Egyptians #Egypt #EarlyHistory #Medieval #Tudors #Monarchy #SocialHistory #PapyrusPaper #Paper #AmberleyPublishing

#HenryVII ‘The Maligned Tudor King’ by #TerryBreverton
#ThePharaohsTreasure ‘The Origins of Paper and the Rise of Western Civilization’ by #JohnGaudet
historycrowned @historycrowned

King Henry VII of England ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: All the powers of Europe doubted Henry’s ability to survive, and most were willing to shelter claimants against him. Hence, the king was plagued with conspiracies until nearly the end of his reign. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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King Henry VII of England
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All the powers of Europe doubted Henry’s ability to survive, and most were willing to shelter claimants against him. Hence, the king was plagued with conspiracies until nearly the end of his reign.
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game_of_reign @game_of_reign

's 30.Post💕 #reign 🥀& #thetudors 👑& #thewhiteprincess 💮{facts} ♤Mary Stuart ♤Elizabeth I. Tudor ♤Catherine of Aragon ♤Anne Boleyn ♤Jane Seymour ♤Anne of Cleves ♤Catherine Howard ♤Catherine Parr ♤Mary I. Tudor ♤Elizabeth of York • • • • Would you like it if I would post some facts and stuff like this? I will still make Character Studies, but I would like to make those things. Please answer in the comments! ❤️ - fc: 1436 • • • • #elizabethtudor #anneboleyn #marytudor #edwardtudor #henryviii #janeseymour #katherineofaragon #catherineparr #catherinehoward #anneofcleves #charlesbrandon #robertdudley #marystuart #elizabethwoodville #elizabethofyork #henryvii #francisvalois #catherinedemedici

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♤Mary Stuart
♤Elizabeth I. Tudor
♤Catherine of Aragon
♤Anne Boleyn
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♤Catherine Howard
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♤Mary I. Tudor
♤Elizabeth of York
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brooklyngirl614 @brooklyngirl614

Reposted from @tv_series.br - ↪ Série: The Tudors 👑 Henry VII e Anne Boleyn 💑 #TheTudors | #HenryVII | #HenriqueVII | #JonathanRhysMeyers | #NatalieDormer | #AnaBolena | #anneboleyn - #regrann

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Reposted from @tv_series.br - ↪ Série: The Tudors 👑
Henry VII e Anne Boleyn 💑
#TheTudors | #HenryVII | #HenriqueVII | #JonathanRhysMeyers | #NatalieDormer | #AnaBolena | #anneboleyn - #regrann
historycrowned @historycrowned

Elizabeth Woodville ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: A woman of great beauty, she was already a widow with two sons when Edward IV married her in May 1464. The match was repugnant to the ruling nobility of the House of York because she was a daughter of the Lancastrians, the traditional enemies of the Yorkists, and because she was not of royal rank. Her penchant for procuring high offices and titles of nobility for her relatives increased her widespread unpopularity. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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Elizabeth Woodville
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A woman of great beauty, she was already a widow with two sons when Edward IV married her in May 1464. The match was repugnant to the ruling nobility of the House of York because she was a daughter of the Lancastrians, the traditional enemies of the Yorkists, and because she was not of royal rank. Her penchant for procuring high offices and titles of nobility for her relatives increased her widespread unpopularity.
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
tudordynastyjewels @tudordynastyjewels

Thanks to one of my lovely customers for sending me this photo of the Elizabeth Woodville Crown Ring she bought from the Tudor Dynasty Jewels Etsy shop. Looks fab !!! #anneboleyn #henryviii #henryvii #elizabethi #marystuart #maryqueenofscots #richardiii #elizabethwoodville #elizabethofyork #tudor #tudors #thetudors #tudorrose #thewhitequeen #thewhiteprincess #reign #wolfhall #thespanishprincess #king #queen #england #london #toweroflondon #bracelet #jewellery #etsy #etsyshop #etsyseller #six

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Thanks to one of my lovely customers for sending me this photo of the Elizabeth Woodville Crown Ring she bought from the Tudor Dynasty Jewels Etsy shop.  Looks fab !!! #anneboleyn #henryviii #henryvii #elizabethi #marystuart #maryqueenofscots #richardiii #elizabethwoodville #elizabethofyork #tudor #tudors #thetudors #tudorrose #thewhitequeen #thewhiteprincess #reign #wolfhall #thespanishprincess #king #queen #england #london #toweroflondon #bracelet  #jewellery #etsy #etsyshop #etsyseller #six
historycrowned @historycrowned

Prince Arthur of Wales ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: When Arthur was but two years old, he was betrothed to Catherine of Aragon, youngest daughter of the joint Spanish sovereigns, Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile. Arthur was created Prince of Wales at the age of three in November 1489. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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Prince Arthur of Wales
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
munimentkeeper @munimentkeeper

Fragment of an indulgence for St Anne of Totnam, probably printed by Richard Pynson in c.1510 (Westminster Abbey Printed Fragment 17). It was found by the Abbey mason in 1851, crumpled up in an angle of Henry VII’s tomb. #westminsterabbey #fragment #printing #pynson #indulgence #stanne #earlyprinting #henryvii #tudor #sixteenthcentury #stgeorge

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Fragment of an indulgence for St Anne of Totnam, probably printed by Richard Pynson in c.1510 (Westminster Abbey Printed Fragment 17). It was found by the Abbey mason in 1851, crumpled up in an angle of Henry VII’s tomb. #westminsterabbey #fragment #printing #pynson #indulgence #stanne #earlyprinting #henryvii #tudor #sixteenthcentury #stgeorge
historycrowned @historycrowned

Since my last five posts were about “The White Princess” I decided this weeks theme will be all about that. ~ ORIGINAL CAPTION: Once Henry Tudor was crowned on the Battle of Bosworth battlefield and became King Henry VII, he had to think about taking a wife and starting a dynasty. His choice was smart - Elizabeth of York was from the other family, but she was beautiful, young, and descended from a very fertile family of women, including her grandmother Jacquetta of Luxembourg (who had fourteen children) and her mother Elizabeth Woodville (who had twelve children). Henry recognized the importance of taking a Yorkist bride, in order to strengthen his claim to the throne and to weaken any other Yorkist's claim. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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Since my last five posts were about “The White Princess” I decided this weeks theme will be all about that.
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ORIGINAL CAPTION: Once Henry Tudor was crowned on the Battle of Bosworth battlefield and became King Henry VII, he had to think about taking a wife and starting a dynasty. His choice was smart - Elizabeth of York was from the other family, but she was beautiful, young, and descended from a very fertile family of women, including her grandmother Jacquetta of Luxembourg (who had fourteen children) and her mother Elizabeth Woodville (who had twelve children). Henry recognized the importance of taking a Yorkist bride, in order to strengthen his claim to the throne and to weaken any other Yorkist's claim. :
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#queen #king 
#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
historycrowned @historycrowned

HENRY VII + ELIZABETH OF YORK ~ When Elizabeth died in childbirth on her 37th birthday in 1503, Henry was crushed and ordered a lavish funeral. It is one of the few public displays that demonstrated the romantic side of Henry VII. : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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HENRY VII + ELIZABETH OF YORK
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When Elizabeth died in childbirth on her 37th birthday in 1503, Henry was crushed and ordered a lavish funeral. It is one of the few public displays that demonstrated the romantic side of Henry VII.
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annehanavan @annehanavan

National Portrait Gallery! #history #henryvii #portrait #paintings

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National Portrait Gallery!  #history #henryvii #portrait #paintings
historycrowned @historycrowned

“𝓐 𝓚𝓲𝓷𝓰 𝓲𝓼 𝓷𝓸𝓽 𝓬𝓸𝓶𝓹𝓵𝓮𝓽𝓮 𝔀𝓲𝓽𝓱𝓸𝓾𝓽 𝓱𝓲𝓼 𝓠𝓾𝓮𝓮𝓷” Henry VII and Elizabeth of York🌟 : : : : #queen #king #medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth

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“𝓐 𝓚𝓲𝓷𝓰 𝓲𝓼 𝓷𝓸𝓽 𝓬𝓸𝓶𝓹𝓵𝓮𝓽𝓮 𝔀𝓲𝓽𝓱𝓸𝓾𝓽 𝓱𝓲𝓼 𝓠𝓾𝓮𝓮𝓷”
Henry VII and Elizabeth of York🌟 :
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#medici #oldhollywood #history #historical #historicaldrama #perioddrama #perioddramas #historicalfashion #poldark #historyphoto #historicalplace #castle #tv #movie #periodmovie #perioddress #medieval #renaissance #royals #royalty #thewhiteprincess #thewhitequeen #behindthescenes #henrytudor #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth
tudordynastyjewels @tudordynastyjewels

That’s tonight’s TV viewing sorted !! Channel 5 in the UK. #henryviii #annebolyen #henryvii #elizabethi #hamptoncourt #toweroflondon #tudors #thetudors #england #history #saturdaynight

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That’s tonight’s TV viewing sorted !! Channel 5 in the UK. #henryviii #annebolyen #henryvii #elizabethi #hamptoncourt #toweroflondon #tudors #thetudors #england #history #saturdaynight
yeswilsongs @yeswilsongs

#BeforeTinder “This portrait of #HenryVII was painted in 1505 and sent to proposed bride-Margaret, daughter of the Emperor Maximilian. The marriage did not take place.” . . . . . . #RoyalFaces

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#BeforeTinder “This portrait of #HenryVII was painted in 1505 and sent to proposed bride-Margaret, daughter of the Emperor Maximilian. The marriage did not take place.” .
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ourpasts @ourpasts

Discovery of the Day: My 16x great grandfather was William Brandon, the standard bearer for Henry VII Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth field. He was killed by Richard III. #battleofbosworth #richardiii #henryvii #england #history #genealogy #ancestry #familyhistory

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Discovery of the Day: 
My 16x great grandfather was William Brandon, the standard bearer for Henry VII Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth field. He was killed by Richard III. 
#battleofbosworth #richardiii #henryvii #england #history #genealogy #ancestry #familyhistory
englishkingsandqueens @englishkingsandqueens

40. Henry VII (1457 – 1509) The first of the Tudors, probably the most famous house of English monarchs. Henry deposed Richard at the Battle of Bosworth Field.

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40. Henry VII (1457 – 1509)

The first of the Tudors, probably the most famous house of English monarchs. Henry deposed Richard at the Battle of Bosworth Field.
curiosities_places_history @curiosities_places_history

Another August pic from @bosworthbattlefield I am so impressed by the memorial sundial and the walks. Makes no attempt to be schmaltzy or overly emotive. The last time I was here I was 11, and it was 1981... I really wasn't impressed with traipsing across a field back then. Perhaps my inner historian knew the battlefield wasn't under my feet.... Read more about that visit, my 2018 return and the discovery of the real battle-site in my blog website link in bio. . . . #bosworthbattlefield #kayscanalcraftyarts #richardiii #whiteboar #whiterose #redrose #tudor #tudorrose #rose #henryvii #henrytudor #shakespearehasalottoanswerfor #leicestershire #suttoncheney #august #2018 #battleofbosworth #endofthemiddleages #tudorbeginnings

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Another August pic from @bosworthbattlefield I am so impressed by the memorial sundial and the walks. Makes no attempt to be schmaltzy or overly emotive. The last time I was here I was 11, and it was 1981... I really wasn't impressed with traipsing across a field back then. Perhaps my inner historian knew the battlefield wasn't under my feet.... Read more about that visit, my 2018 return and the discovery of the real battle-site in my blog website link in bio. .
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thelifeofmarton @thelifeofmarton

Statue of Henry Tudor aka Henry VII who was born in Pembroke, pembrokeshire in 1457. I'm pretty sure that was his house in the background, which apparently he was born in, lucky bugger. 🏰😅 . . . . . . . #cardiff #bridgend #wales #valeofglamorgan #southwales #trees #silouette #manoftheforest #countryside #sea #sun #sunshine #beach #gymlife #fitness #pembrokeshire #igers #goodtimes #throwback #winter #gymlife #blackandwhite #canon500d #igers #beachlife #beachplease #2019 #canonphotography #pembroke #henrytudor #henryvii

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Statue of Henry Tudor aka Henry VII who was born in Pembroke, pembrokeshire in 1457. I'm pretty sure that was his house in the background, which apparently he was born in, lucky bugger. 🏰😅
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#cardiff #bridgend #wales #valeofglamorgan #southwales #trees #silouette #manoftheforest #countryside #sea #sun #sunshine #beach #gymlife #fitness #pembrokeshire #igers #goodtimes #throwback #winter #gymlife #blackandwhite #canon500d #igers #beachlife #beachplease #2019 #canonphotography #pembroke #henrytudor #henryvii
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