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Mary Tudor – The rose among the lilies of France

by Moniek in Anne Boleyn 0

Mary Tudor was born on 18 March 1496 as the daughter of King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York at Sheen Palace, later known as Richmond Palace. She joined her siblings Arthur, Henry, Margaret in the nursery at Eltham. Her elder sister Elizabeth had died that previous September and two younger siblings, Edmund and Katherine would both die in infancy. Her education began with the [read more]

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