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  1. The Tudors - Wikipedia

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    The pressure of wanting a male heir compels Henry to question his marriage to Queen Catherine of Aragon. He also has a string of affairs and fathers an illegitimate son in episode 2 with his mistress Elizabeth Blount, who is also one of Queen Katherine's ladies-in-waiting.

  2. List of historical opera characters - Wikipedia

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    King Henry IV of France. Fromental Halévy: Le Roi et le batelier; King Henry V of England. Gustav Holst: At the Boar's Head (as Prince Hal) King Henry VII of England (as Henry, Duke of Richmond) Giorgio Battistelli, Richard III (2004) King Henry VIII of England. Sir Peter Maxwell Davies: Taverner (not identified as such)

  3. May 27 - Wikipedia

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    1153 – Malcolm IV becomes King of Scotland. 1199 – John is crowned King of England. 1257 – Richard of Cornwall, and his wife, Sanchia of Provence, are crowned King and Queen of the Germans at Aachen Cathedral.

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  5. List of biographical films - Wikipedia

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    Fire Over England: Elizabeth I of England: Flora Robson: The Great Garrick: David Garrick: Brian Aherne: The Life of Émile Zola: Émile Zola: Paul Muni: Parnell: Charles Stewart Parnell: Clark Gable: Peter the First: Peter the Great: Nikolai Simonov: The Toast of New York: James Fisk: Edward Arnold: Victoria the Great: Queen Victoria: Anna ...

  6. Edward Elgar - Wikipedia

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    Edward Elgar was born in the small village of Lower Broadheath, outside Worcester, England. His father, William Henry Elgar (1821–1906), was raised in Dover and had been apprenticed to a London music publisher.

  7. Madame Tussauds - Wikipedia

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    Madame Tussauds (UK: / tj uː ˈ s ɔː d z /, US: / t uː ˈ s oʊ z /) is a wax museum in London; it has smaller museums in a number of other major cities. It was founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud in 1835.

  8. Queen Elizabeth’s Grandmother Had the “Gimmies” | Lisa's ...

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    Mar 20, 2009 · Shown in the photograph is Queen Mary (1867-1953), grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II. Queen Mary was a manic collector of jewelry and other fine pieces. During the reign of her husband, King George V (1865-1936), she vastly expanded the Royal Collection, often from the houses of friends.

  9. Secrets The Royal Family Couldn’t Hide | BabyGaga

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    Jan 13, 2018 · Elizabeth I (the Virgin Queen) was a fascinating woman. Cate Blanchett did a great job of playing her in the movies. The Virgin Queen was the daughter of King Henry VIII and his mistress-turned-Queen, Anne Boleyn. Henry had Anne's head cut off by a swordsman. He made all sorts of loony claims about her before he had her killed.

  10. How did the royal family of England start ruling the UK? - Quora

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    It didn’t. It was the royal family of Scotland that started ruling the UK. (Though this was before that bridge was built) King Henry VIII of England had three surviving children — Edward, Mary and Elizabeth — but none of them had children of their...

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