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  • n. the second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I; was executed on a charge of adultery (1507-1536)


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  • This amazing trip was put together by Claire Ridgway who has the most wonderful web-site called The Anne Boleyn Files.

    All About Anne: Highlights of the 1st Anne Boleyn Experience

  • gate is known as Anne Boleyn's Gateway, in the groined ceiling (restored) of which as we pass beneath are to be noticed around a central T.dor rose the monograms of that unhappy Queen, Henry the Eighth, and "T. C." repeated alternately with them -- the last-mentioned initials may well puzzle the visitor who does not know that they stand for T.omas

    Hampton Court

  • If someone googles "Anne Boleyn," after all, they get to this blog fairly quickly right now, it pops up at #20 on the list.

    Scattered Musings

  • I have an unexplained affinity for period dramas–I loved HBO’s shameless ROME and couldn’t wait to see Showtime’s The Tudors, about Henry VIII, his many women namely Anne Boleyn, and the political and religious intrigue of that era.

    The Road Not Taken · The Tudors

  • Theatre for his new tragedy, "Anne Boleyn," which he was contemplating sending them in sheets.

    Representative Plays by American Dramatists: 1856-1911: Francesca da Rimini

  • Taylor declared "Anne Boleyn" far in advance of "Calaynos," prophesying that it would last.

    Representative Plays by American Dramatists: 1856-1911: Francesca da Rimini

  • "King Henry said: 'Anne Boleyn's daughter is not worthy to accept the hand of a royal prince.'"

    Henry VIII and His Court

  • Getty Images Anne Boleyn A wonderful discovery in "W.E." was the black-and-white suit that the Duchess wears when she's on the street and she has a hat on and she sees a newspaper photo of her and the Duke in the South of France.

    Costumer Arianne Phillips

  • From Anne Boleyn to Anne of Cleves, Henry proves himself to be a haughty conqueror of women, and quite enamored of his power-at least until he meets his match.

    John Farr: Thoughts on The King's Speech, and Other Royal Entries

  • Early in this novel, when the lawyer meets with Queen Catherine, he also chats with 11-year-old Lady Elizabeth - Henry's daughter by second wife Anne Boleyn - a girl who no one imagines will one day become queen.

    Chasing justice in Henry VIII's England


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