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Elizabeth of york

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The rose, cultivated for well over 3,000 years and known from time immemorial as the queen of the flowers, is thought to have originated in Asia Minor. The genus name Rosa is derived from the Greek…

The rose, cultivated for well over 3,000 years and known from time immemorial as the queen of the flowers, is thought to have originated in Asia Minor. The genus name Rosa is derived from the Greek…

Tomb Effigies of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York:  Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey, London The inscription on the tomb reads: “Here lies Henry the Seventh of that name, formerly King of England, son of Edmund, Earl of Richmond. He was created King on August 22 and immediately afterwards, on October 30, he was crowned at Westminster in the year of our Lord 1485. He died subsequently on April 21 in the 53rd year of his age. He reigned 23 years eight months, less one day” “Here lies Queen Elizabeth, daughter of the former King Edward IV, sister of the…

Explore the Tudor tombs of Henry VII, Elizabeth of York and their grandson, Edward VI in this rare and fascinating account,  as we go beneath the floor of Westminster Abbey and reveal the hidden secrets from inside the vault. #tudortombs #tudorburials #thetudors #westminsterabbey #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethi #edwardvi

Explore the Tudor tombs of Henry VII, Elizabeth of York and their grandson, Edward VI in this rare and fascinating account, as we go beneath the floor of Westminster Abbey and reveal the hidden secrets from inside the vault. #tudortombs #tudorburials #thetudors #westminsterabbey #henryvii #elizabethofyork #elizabethi #edwardvi

The frontispiece to the Motets for Henry VIII, 1516

A reader climbing the great staircase of the British Library’s modern premises near St. Pancras Station in London is confronted suddenly by that wonderful building’s most wonderful feature. Behind the glass walls of an internal tower six stories high, more than 60,000 sumptuously bound books stretch upward, shelf upon shelf, a cliff-face of leather and gilt lettering gleaming softly through the tinted glass. In that architectural coup de théâtre, a world of learning serves as the visible…