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Elizabeth I, c. 1588

Anonymous British, 16th century Oil on canvas Toledo Museum of Art Toledo, Ohio Resplendent with pearls, gold, jewels, lace, red wig, and ostrich feather fan, England's queen Elizabeth I (reign 1588-1603) is a dazzling and commanding figure in the portrait by an unknown artist. This portrait is based on an official life-portrait done about the time of British naval defeat of the Spanish Armada 1588, when Elizabeth was 54. She is dressed in the most elaborate of costumes, the satin…

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Queen Elizabeth I: The Virgin Queen

With her huge, dramatic collars, ghostly pallor and flaming curls of red hair, Queen Elizabeth I’s image is etched in royal history. Trained from a young age to see power and strength in public image, she cultivated a persona that was both pure and powerful. Unwed and without children, she portrayed herself as the chase,...

Queen of Hearts by Mr Brainwash

Historic, female empowerment, diamonds, jewels, colour co-ordinated outfits – just some of the words that I would associate with Queen Elizabeth II. This weekend / bank holidays sees the cele…

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With the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II, I became interested in the English line of succession. After doing more research, I thought this type of poster would be really informative. This is a great educational product to display the line of succession of the throne of England. It shows how the throne was passed and the different ruling houses. It prints well on paper or card stock. Several places can print this poster size, but prices will vary based on the paper quality.
Today in 1608 Bess of Hardwick was laid to rest. She is one of the most inspirational Tudor women to me – she was born into minor gentry, and rose to become the second wealthiest woman in England, second only to the Queen. She also was highly involved in the politics of the time – her final husband was the jailer of Mary Queen of Scots, which put enormous strain on their marriage.
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