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  1. Nov 22, 2019 · It may have altered history by killing Prince Arthur, the heir to the throne whose death ushered in the tumultuous reign of Henry VIII. The disease remains one of medicine’s great mysteries. It came in five waves, and haunted Tudor England for 70 years before disappearing.

  2. In the case of Prince Arthur, it also could have been a form of tuberculosis, then called “consumption.” Viruses that may have been similar could have caused other epidemics, such as the Picardy Sweats, which hit part of France in the 18th century, and more recently, a disease of unknown origins that hit the Navajo reservation north of ...

  3. Arthur, Prince of Wales (19/20 September 1486 – 2 April 1502), was the eldest son of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and an older brother to the future King Henry VIII. He was Duke of Cornwall from birth, and he was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1489.

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  5. Dec 16, 2018 · But Henry was only second in line to the English throne after his elder brother Arthur, Prince of Wales, who died in April 1502, most likely of tuberculosis. The short life of Prince Arthur Tudor is overshadowed and largely forgotten from Tudor history, only to be recounted in “The King’s Great Matter” nearly thirty years after his death.

  6. Apr 13, 2021 · In 2002 his body was exhumed and tested to see if it could be determined what exactly his cause of death was but even modern science failed to identify his mystery illness. Elizabeth of York d. 1503 (age 37) After receiving news of their son’s death, Elizabeth comforted her husband by assuring him they were still young enough to have more children.

  7. Feb 25, 2021 · When the teenage Arthur, first prince of the Tudor royal family, married Spanish princess Catherine of Aragon in a spectacular wedding ceremony, it sparked a chain of events that would change the face of England forever. Here, Sean Cunningham explores their short marriage and the seeds of the second union that was to come. The wedding of Arthur ...

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