the web site of The New York Public Library Mid-Manhattan Library Digital Picture Collection.
King Edward VI played an important during the Tudor era and in the family history of Queen Elizabeth I. King Edward VI was the much longed-for son and heir of King Henry VIII. He was raised by his governesses and tutors. His father was distant and had high expectations of his son. He was an extremely intelligent boy and excelled at all subjects. He was expected to achieve the highest standards and spent long hours at his books. He had few real friends.
Rudolf I. mit seinen Gemahlinnen. Portrait together with his consort, Gertrud (= Anna) von Hohenberg (+1281) and Agnes (=Isabella) von Burgundy (+1323) and their coat of arms. Tinted lithograph after by order of the Emperor Maximilian I. verfertigten original paintings, called "Family Tree of the House of Austria" in the Ambras collection, 37x33cm; Below the picture: "Rudolf the sighaft Romischer Kunig / Fraw Anna Grauin of hohenburg / Fraw Agnes.. duchess of Burgundi."
1115 Hugh, Abbot of Cluny, Emperor Henry IV, and Countess Matilda of Tuscany, The Emperor and the countess wear overgowns and mantles trimmed with bands of gold embroidery. The countess wears a linen veil draped over her hair.