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May 19TH: :Let's take a peek into history and find out what happened on this day| Oneindia News [Video]

May 19TH: :Let's take a peek into history and find out what happened on this day| Oneindia News

Having been found guilty on charges of adultery, Anne Boleyn—the second wife of King Henry VIII of England and the mother of Queen Elizabeth I—was beheaded on this day. On this Day In the year..

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X-Ray Of Artifacts From Henry VIII's Warship Reveals Past Secrets [Video]

X-Ray Of Artifacts From Henry VIII's Warship Reveals Past Secrets

X-rays of three artifacts found on the wreckage of Henry VIII’s favorite warship, the Mary Rose, revealed some surprising information.

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Hilary Mantel unveils final volume in award-winning Thomas Cromwell trilogy [Video]

Hilary Mantel unveils final volume in award-winning Thomas Cromwell trilogy

British novelist Hilary Mantel unveiled the final instalment on Wednesday (March 4) of her Tudor trilogy about Thomas Cromwell, the blacksmith's son who rose to be King Henry VIII's..

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The History of Gout [Video]

The History of Gout

For centuries, many have called gout "the disease of kings" because it affected men who ate rich diets and drank heavily. As early as the ancient Greeks, doctors wrote about gout,..

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Surrey open air cinema review: Screening at Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace magical but pricey

surrey open air cinema review: screening at henry viii's hampton court palace magical but pricey
The open-air event was just as immersive as the indoor cinema experience
Surrey Mirror - Published Also reported by •Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser

The Kent castle Henry VIII built for an invasion that never came

the kent castle henry viii built for an invasion that never came
Walmer Castle dates back to the 16th Century but it only ever saw military action once
Canterbury Times - Published Also reported by •Dover ExpressKent and Sussex CourierSevenoaks ChronicleThanet GazetteFolkestone Herald

Tragic tale of Henry VIII's favourite wife Jane Seymour who died at Hampton Court Palace

She did what no other wife was able to do for Henry - and paid a terrible price
Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser - Published Also reported by •Surrey Mirror

Henry VIII's lost Kent palace now reduced to ruins in back gardens

henry viii's lost kent palace now reduced to ruins in back gardens
Formerly one of the largest and most impressive palaces in Europe, the stately home near Sevenoaks even rivalled Hampton Court
Thanet Gazette - Published Also reported by •Kent and Sussex CourierSevenoaks ChronicleFolkestone HeraldCanterbury TimesDover Express

The little-known Hertfordshire manor house once owned by Henry VIII

the little-known hertfordshire manor house once owned by henry viii
The King visited the house regularly and enjoyed deer hunting in the area
Hertfordshire Mercury - Published Also reported by •Bishops Stortford Observer

Gay historian David Starkey issues grovelling apology while blaming his ‘indefensible’ race rant on ‘awful clumsiness’

David Starkey issued an apology Monday (July 6) after fielding intense accusations of racism for suggesting that slavery was not genocide because there are “so many damn Blacks” in Britain and..
PinkNews - Published

The little known link between Henry VIII and Hatfield House

the little known link between henry viii and hatfield house
Three of our Monarchs were raised in the grounds of Hatfield House
Bishops Stortford Observer - Published Also reported by •Hertfordshire Mercury

How Earl of Surrey came to a grisly end at the hands of a paranoid Henry VIII

how earl of surrey came to a grisly end at the hands of a paranoid henry viii
The Earl of Surrey became close to the Tudor king thanks to family links, but he soon paid the price
Surrey Mirror - Published Also reported by •Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser

Henry VIII may have walked on secret stairway uncovered at Tutbury Castle

henry viii may have walked on secret stairway uncovered at tutbury castle
It could date back more than 600 years
Derby Telegraph - Published

The lost Surrey village Henry VIII destroyed to make way for a palace

the lost surrey village henry viii destroyed to make way for a palace
Cuddington, which is thought to have originated in the 8th Century, was wiped off the map by England's most notorious monarch
Surrey Mirror - Published Also reported by •Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser

How Henry VIII founded Cambridge University's richest college

King Henry VIII changed the shape of Cambridge University forever
Cambridge News - Published

The forgotten Chelmsford palace once home to King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn

the forgotten chelmsford palace once home to king henry viii and anne boleyn
'Beaulieu' is now remembered in the name of nearby housing estate Beaulieu Park
Brentwood Gazette - Published Also reported by •Essex Chronicle

The story of Henry VIII's missing sword and a statue brandishing a table leg

the story of henry viii's missing sword and a statue brandishing a table leg
Henry's sword was replaced by a wooden chair leg but how did it get there?
Cambridge News - Published

The dark and bloody history behind the walls of King Henry VIII's Cambs bolthole

A fortified manor house in Cambridgeshire became the setting for the demise of two of England's queens
Cambridge News - Published

The unknown history that links Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn to Essex

the unknown history that links henry viii and anne boleyn to essex
The Tudor king was a frequent visitor to our county and here's why
Brentwood Gazette - Published Also reported by •Essex Chronicle

36 quiz questions about Henry VIII and his wives only true Tudor fans will ace

36 quiz questions about henry viii and his wives only true tudor fans will ace
You know the rhyme: "Divorced, beheaded, died..."
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The black British history you may not know about

From the black Britons in Roman times, to Henry VIII's trumpeter and our very own bus boycott.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

The reason Henry VIII's first wife Katherine of Aragon is buried in Cambs

the reason henry viii's first wife katherine of aragon is buried in cambs
Henry VIII's first wife died nearby and was buried at a Cambridgeshire cathedral
Cambridge News - Published

King Henry VIII's Mound protected as scheduled monument

BBC Local News: London -- Legend has it the king used it as a viewing platform to receive a signal that Anne Boleyn was dead.
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Coronavirus: Spending lockdown in Henry VIII's palace

What's it like living and working in the UK's former castles and palaces during the pandemic?
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Danny Dyer’s online lesson details how Henry VIII ‘got the hump’ with the Pope

Danny Dyer will bring an east London spin to the story of Henry VIII and his six wives, as he retells the tale for BBC Bitesize.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Henry VIII once owned this pub - now you could be running it

henry viii once owned this pub - now you could be running it
Your chance to write a new chapter in the building's history
Leicester Mercury - Published

Chainmail from Mary Rose made of modern-style alloy

Chainmail worn by the crew of Henry VIII’s flagship the Mary Rose was made up of a modern-style alloy composition, according to a study.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Henry VIII’s flagship ‘in mortal peril’ after museum closure amid Covid-19

The remains of Henry VIII’s flagship the Mary Rose are in “mortal peril” after the museum closed its doors to visitors amid the Covid-19 outbreak, according to the charity’s chief executive.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Mantel unveils final volume in award-winning Thomas Cromwell trilogy

British novelist Hilary Mantel unveiled the final installment on Wednesday of her Tudor trilogy about Thomas Cromwell, the blacksmith's son who rose to be King Henry VIII's most powerful adviser only..
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