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www.luminarium.org/renlit/tudorbio.htm

KING HENRY VIII of England and Ireland, the third child and second son of Henry VII. and Elizabeth of York, was born on the 28th of June 1491 and, like all the Tudor monarchs except Henry VII, at Greenwich Palace.His two brothers, Prince Arthur and Edmund, Duke of Somerset, and two of his sisters predeceased their father; Henry VIII was the only son, and Margaret Tudor, afterwards Queen of ...

www.tenfactsabout.com/0043henryviii.htm

Henry VIII formed the Church of England and was the first monarch to be its head, a role still carried out by reigning monarchs today. The Church of England partly came about because Henry VIII wanted to end his marriage to his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. The Catholic church, headed by the Pope, refused to grant permission.

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He paved the way for the constitution of England. King Henry VIII was relatively fickle and was hotheaded. His personal life was in perennial turmoil as a result. He married six times and had three children, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth I and King Edward VI. King Henry VIII was also a musician and a closet writer.

listverse.com/2018/08/19/10-things-that-will-shock-you-about-king-henry-viii

King Henry VIII is probably the best-known English ruler of all time. The subject of countless stories, TV programs, and movies, Henry VIII is most famous for being hugely fat, having a fixation with beheadings, and for having no fewer than six wives during the course of his nearly 38-year reign.. However, it might surprise you to learn that there was a lot more to this Tudor king than meets ...

tudorsdynasty.com/timeline-henry-viii

Henry VIII ruled England for 37 years – 281 days. Once I started thinking about all the events in Henry’s life I wanted to see what they looked like in timeline form. Please keep in mind these are not all the events in his life, but some of the most important events that, in my opinion, shaped who he was at the end of his life.

www.historylearningsite.co.uk/tudor-england/the-beliefs-of-henry-viii

Henry VII tried to keep as many aspects of government in his hands and this meant that he spent many hours a day working on this. He had a fearsome work ethic and the Tudor monarchy benefited according as Henry VIII’s inheritance showed in 1509. Henry VIII had no such approach to day-to-day living.

www.politicscounter.com/history/henry-vii-political-reformation

When Henry VIII championed arts, music, and sport he laid the foundation of an industry that would help keep England at the height of trade. The quest for the latest fashion, silks, costumes, and food ushered in commerce and business opportunities for the lower classes.

www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/the-jousting-accident-that-turned...

Henry VIII became the tyrannical monster remembered by history because of a personality change following a serious jousting accident, according to a new historical documentary.

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-became king of England at 17 in 1509 ... -Henry VIII's Catherine of Aragon bears him her only child Mary. Annulment of marriage-pope refuses because catherine's nephew was Holy Roman Emperor (he opposed it) King's Great Matter-Henry VIII summons parliament-closed monasteries and distributes church land to nobles.

www.keepingupwiththetudors.com/2015/12/ew-that-smell-cant-you-smell-that-smell.html

The smell of fresh Tudor in the morning . . . It may not have been as bad as all that; Tudor England had standards for personal hygiene. When Henry VIII first voiced his 'misliking' for Anne of Cleves, his quickly jettisoned fourth wife, he said she had evil airs about her.