King Henry VIII of England had six wives, only one of whom survived the king's death. Two wives were executed, one died during child birth, and two marriages were annulled. These women were named, in order of marriage: Catherine of Aragon (marriage annulled), Anne Boleyn (executed), Jane Seymour (di
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia had between 15 and 30 wives and was rumored to have fathered more than 40 children. The monarch was in power from 2005 until his death on January 23, 2005.
Henry VIII became King of England on April 21, 1509. His coronation took place on June 24, 1509, and he reigned until his death on Jan. 28, 1547.
There has never been an exact cause of death listed for King Henry VIII. Available information from the time leads to the assumption that he died of chronic heart and pulmonary failure.
King Khufu is thought to have had three wives, according to the British Broadcasting Company. Khufu ordered the building of the Great Pyramid at Giza, which is one of the world's seven wonders.
State-recognized common law wives and husbands have the same rights that spouses in traditional marriages have, including the right to collect Social Security benefits and inherit property, reports Nolo. Common law couples can also file joint tax returns, adds About.com. They must dissolve their mar
Henry's law, formulated by chemist William Henry in 1803, states, "at a constant temperature, the amount of a given gas that dissolves in a liquid is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas in equilibrium with that liquid." The solubility of a gas in a liquid depends directly on th
The stars of "Army Wives" included Kim Delaney, Wendy Davis, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh and Catherine Bell. The male stars were Sterling Brown, Brian McNamara, Drew Fuller, Terry Serpico and Jeremy Davidson. Stars that later joined the cast were Kelli Williams, Brooke Shields, Ashanti, Alyssa D
John Denver's first wife was Annie Martell, whom he married in 1967. His second wife was Cassandra Delaney, an actress whom he married in 1988, six years after his divorce from Annie Martell.
While not all Biblical scholars agree, the majority contend Moses had two wives. The first, Zipporah, was a Midianite woman, while the second, whose name is unknown, may have been Ethiopian.