The Tudors in their own words - Elizabeth I about Mary, Queen of Scots
In today's "The Tudors in their own words", historian Claire Ridgway shares words from Queen Elizabeth I regarding a woman known as her nemesis, Mary, Queen of Scots.
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Anne Boleyn was a catalyst for the English Reformation - #WednesdayFact
0:59Claire Ridgway talks about how Anne Boleyn showed Henry VIII he didn't need the pope. #anneboleyn #henryviii #reformation #englishhistory #churchofengland You can find my books on Amazon at http://viewauthor.at/claireridgway
The Nidd Hall Portrait of Anne Boleyn - #portraittuesday
0:50I'm looking at a rather strange Anne Boleyn portrait this week. Find out more at https://www.theanneboleynfiles.com/nidd-hall-portrait-matches-1534-anne-boleyn-medal/ https://www.theanneboleynfiles.com/update-nidd-hall-portrait-1534-anne-boleyn-medal-press-articles-not-correct/ https://youtube.com/shorts/sAaaadFm6gI
Anne Boleyn loved shopping for her daughter Elizabeth - #WednesdayFact
0:56Did you know that Queen Anne Boleyn loved buying fabrics for her infant daughter and her nursery? Well, she did! Find out exactly what kinds of things she ordered for the future Elizabeth I. #tudorhistory #anneboleyn #tudorshop
The 1534 Anne Boleyn Medal - #portraittuesday
0:59In this week's #portraittuesday, Claire looks at the 1534 "Most Happy" Anne Boleyn medal. See http://www.lucychurchill.com/anne-boleyn-moost-happi-medal-reconstruction/ for more on Lucy Churchill's reconstruction of the medal. You can see this portrait in my video: https://youtube.com/shorts/LZIETdaOZco #anneboleyn #henryviii #tudorhistory #tudorportrait You can find my books on Amazon at http://viewauthor.at/claireridgway
A Royal Union - The Marriage of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon Part 1
10:52Henry VIII's great matter, his quest for an annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon, caused him to break with Rome and was the beginning of the English Reformation. However, Henry chose to marry Catherine and their marriage was happy for many years. In this talk, Claire Ridgway explores how they came to be married, the early years of their marriage, and how and when it began to go wrong.