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  1. May 24, 2022 · Physician John Caius’s book " A Boke or Counseill Against the Disease Commonly Called the Sweate, or Sweatyng Sicknesse " remains the most famous account of the illness that killed Arthur,...

  2. Catherine later firmly stated that the marriage had not been consummated . One year after Arthur's death, Henry VII renewed his efforts to seal a marital alliance with Spain by arranging for Catherine to marry Arthur's younger brother Henry, who would ascend to the throne in 1509 as King Henry VIII.

  3. Apr 2, 2020 · On this day in Tudor history, 2nd April 1502, Arthur, Prince of Wales, son and heir of King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, died at Ludlow Castle in the Welsh Marches. He was just fifteen years old, and had only been married to the Spanish princess Catherine of Aragon for four and a half months. Arthur was laid to rest in Worcester Cathedral.

  4. Feb 9, 2015 · However, Arthur Prince of Wales died suddenly on 2 April 1502, possibly of tuberculosis. The two accounts at right record his parents’ reaction to the news. When his Grace [Henry VII] understood that sorrowful heavy tydings, he sent for the Queene [Elizabeth of York], saying that he and his Queene would take the painful sorrows together.

  5. Apr 2, 2016 · On the 2nd of April 1502, Arthur Tudor, eldest son of King Henry VII, died at Ludlow Castle. He was just fifteen years old and had been married for less than five months. Arthur Tudor had married Katherine of Aragon, daughter of King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile.

  6. May 21, 2002 · LONDON — Five hundred years after King Henry VIII's elder brother, Arthur, died of a mysterious "sweating" illness at age 15, archaeologists believe they have found his grave — and will now use modern equipment to search it for his remains and the cause of death.

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