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Tudor Rose

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Tudor Rose
 
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House of Lancaster
 
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House of York
 

Tudor Monarchs

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Henry VII
 
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Henry VIII
 
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Edward VI
 
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Mary I
 
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Elizabeth I
 

Henry VIII's Wives

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Henry VIII's 1st wife: Catherine of Aragon
 
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Henry VIII's 2nd wife: Anne Boleyn
 
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Henry VIII's 3rd wife: Jane Seymour
 
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Henry VIII's 4th wife: Anne of Cleves by Hans Holbein the Younger (1497-1543)
 
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Henry VIII's 5th wife: Catherine Howard
 
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Henry VIII's 6th wife: Catherine Parr
 
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Henry VIII's Children

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Prince Edward
 
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Princess Mary
 
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Princess Elizabeth
 

Tudor Artefacts


The following photographs are courtesy of Paul Elliott, Martongate School, Bridlington.
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Acorn spoon
 
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Coins
 
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Pilgrim badges
 
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Pomander
 
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Square meal
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall


The following photographs have been taken from the Flickr website (www.flickr.com) and are not the property of eRiding Media Library.
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Gainsborough Old Hall - facade
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall - the timbered hall roof
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall - brick, stone and half-timbered walls
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall - interior of great hall
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall - roof of kitchen
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall - kitchen with fireplace
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall - inside the hall
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall from the air, elevation 130 metres
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall from the air, elevation 244 metres
 
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Gainsborough Old Hall from the air, elevation 500 metres
 
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Tudor Costume

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Capriole Players
 
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Capriole Players
 
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Guildforddet Headdress
 
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Headress from the time of Holbein
 
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Tudor Ladies at prayer
 
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Pemberton Headdress
 
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Roperdet Headdress
 
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Typical dress for a Tudor Woman
 

Crime and Punishment

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The Block
 
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The Rack
 
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The Duckingstool
 
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The Duckingstool
 
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The Stocks
 
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Furniture

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The Block
 
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The Great Bed of Ware
 
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Elizabethan bedroom
 
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Elizabethan dining room
 
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Chair made from the timbers of Drake's ship
 

Interiors

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Interior walls of a cottage
 
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Corner unit
 
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Wood panelling
 
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Cottage kitchen
 

Lavenham

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Guildhall
 
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Town house
 
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Town house
 
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Town house
 
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Town house
 
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Town house
 
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Town house
 
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Tudor Medicine

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Doctor
 
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Surgery in Tudor times
 
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Surgeon's tools
 

Nonsuch Palace

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Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace
 
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Shakespeare

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Shakespeare's birthplace
 
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Birthplace of Shakespeare
 
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Almshouses, The Grammar School
 
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Shakespeare's grave
 
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Shakespeare memorial
 
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Shakespeare memorial
 
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Globe theatre
 
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Globe theatre
 
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Globe theatre
 
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Globe theatre
 
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Globe theatre
 
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Globe theatre
 
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Guild
 
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Hall
 
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Shakespeare
 
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Shakespeare
 
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Ann Hathaway's cottage in Stratford
 
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Shakespeare's house
 
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Shakespeare's house
 
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Ships

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Henry VIII's flagship 'Mary Rose'
 
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British stamps commemorating the defeat of the Spanish Armada
 
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British stamps commemorating the defeat of the Spanish Armada
 
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British stamps commemorating the defeat of the Spanish Armada
 
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British stamps commemorating the defeat of the Spanish Armada
 
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British stamps commemorating the defeat of the Spanish Armada
 
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The English fleet
 
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The Spanish Armada
 
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Sir Francis Drake
 
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Drake's ship 'The Golden Hind'
 
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Sir Walter Raleigh
 
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Racing ship
 

Tudor Life

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Manor House
 
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Tudor village
 
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Grinding herbs
 
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Spinning
 
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Travellers
 

Tudor Houses

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Bear and Billett
 
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Houses in Kennilworth
 
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Stanley palace
 
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Tudor house
 
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Tudor house
 
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Tudor house
 

Weapons

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Cannon
 
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Henry VIII's armour
 
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Henry VIII's armour
 
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Soldier
 

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