Queen Elizabeth I;Sir Francis Walsingham;William Cecil,1st Baron Burghley, by William Faithorne (died 1696),given to the National Portrait Gallery,London in 1916.

Queen Elizabeth I;Sir Francis Walsingham;William Cecil,1st Baron Burghley, by William Faithorne (died 1696),given to the National Portrait Gallery,London in 1916.

The Queen's Agent: Sir Francis Walsingham and the Rise of Espionage in Elizabethan England

The Queen's Agent: Sir Francis Walsingham and the Rise of Espionage in Elizabethan England

Queen Elizabeth,The Queen,England

Portrait-XIXe-Francis-Walsingham-Secretary-of-State-Spymaster-Spanish-Armada-Spy

Détails sur Portrait XIXe Francis Walsingham Secretary of State Spymaster Spanish Armada Spy

Portrait-XIXe-Francis-Walsingham-Secretary-of-State-Spymaster-Spanish-Armada-Spy

Sir Francis Walsingham-Born: 1530, Scadbury Park, Chislehurst, Kent, England-Died: 6 Apr 1590, Seething Lane, London, Middlesex, England   Principal Secretary to Elizabeth I of England from 1573 until 1590, and is popularly remembered as her "spymaster". Elizabeth I. nicknamed him her 'Moor'.

Sir Francis Walsingham-Born: 1530, Scadbury Park, Chislehurst, Kent, England-Died: 6 Apr 1590, Seething Lane, London, Middlesex, England Principal Secretary to Elizabeth I of England from 1573 until 1590, and is popularly remembered as her "spymaster". Elizabeth I. nicknamed him her 'Moor'.

1594 - Frances Walsingham, Countess of Essex, and her son Robert, later the third Earl of Essex, by Robert Peake the elder.   Inscribed top right "1594 AEte 36", over the child's head "AEte 5" Attributed to Robert Peake

1594 - Frances Walsingham, Countess of Essex, and her son Robert, later the third Earl of Essex, by Robert Peake the elder. Inscribed top right "1594 AEte 36", over the child's head "AEte 5" Attributed to Robert Peake

Sir Francis Walsingham, Principal Secretary 1573–1590. Being Elizabeth's spymaster, he uncovered several plots against her life.

Sir Francis Walsingham, Principal Secretary 1573–1590. Being Elizabeth's spymaster, he uncovered several plots against her life.

Engraving of Queen Elizabeth I, William Cecil and Sir Francis Walsingham, by William Faithorne, 1655

Engraving of Queen Elizabeth I, William Cecil and Sir Francis Walsingham, by William Faithorne, 1655

Episode 3: Sir Francis Walsingham, Pt. 1 - YouTube

Episode 3: Sir Francis Walsingham, Pt. 1 - YouTube

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