Meg Lethlean

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St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle  The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,

George's Chapel, Windsor Castle The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,-- I need to gooo and have a Tudor Tour :)

The Rose Window in the south transept. The York Minister. Its stonework dates from 1250, but the glass was added in the 15th century to commemorate the end of the War of the Roses (and the beginning of the Tudor Dynasty) through the union of the Houses of Lancaster and York.

The Rose Window in the south transept. Its stonework dates from but the glass was added in the fifteen century to commemorate the end of the war of the roses and the beginning of the tudor dynasty through the union of the houses of lancaster and york.

According to legend, the Round Table which hangs in the Great Hall of Winchester Castle is the table around which King Arthur and his Knights met, and it has been famous for centuries for its associations with the legendary 'Once and Future King'. Although we now know that it originated many centuries later, the table’s mystique still remains.  It was probably created in about 1290.  In the early years of King Henry VIII’s reign the table was painted with the Tudor Rose at its center

WINCHESTER, UK - According to legend, the Round Table which hangs in the Great Hall of Winchester Castle is the table around which King Arthur and his Knights met. In the years of King Henry VIII’s reign the table was painted with the Tudor Rose

Family tree of Mary Queen of Scots

1603 English: Genealogical chart tracing the Tudor roots of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots & her son James VI of Scotland & I of England (oil on canvas) Parham Park, Nr Pulborough, West Sussex, UK / Photo © Mark Fiennes / The Bridgeman Art Library

Katharine of Aragon's grave at Peterborough Cathedral

Katherine of Aragon died on 7 January 1536 (aged at Kimbolton Castle, Cambridgeshire and was buried on 29 January 1536 at Peterborough Cathedral. I'm truly happy that her grave says Queen of England.

I didn't think I would like it..but it was cute. now I'll be humming this all day. lol

Henry VIII and his six wives to the ABBA song "Money, Money, Money". Warning -- this will stick in your head, but you won't likely forget this portion of history if you watch this!