Enseñanza Bilingüe en Infantil y Primaria

31 oct. 2012

TUDOR DYNASTY


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tudor_dynasty










Tudor monarchs of England and Ireland

The six Tudor monarchs were:
PortraitNameBirthAccession dateMarriagesDeathClaim
Henry VIIHenry VII28 January 1457
Pembroke Castle
22 August 1485
(crowned at Westminster Abbey on 30 October 1485)
Elizabeth of York21 April 1509
Richmond Palace
aged 52
Descent from Edward III of England through his motherLady Margaret Beaufort.
Henry VIIIHenry VIII
(first King of Ireland)[1]
28 June 1491
Greenwich Palace
21 April 1509
(crowned at Westminster Abbey on 24 June 1509)
(1) Catherine of Aragon
(2) Anne Boleyn
(3) Jane Seymour
(4) Anne of Cleves
(5) Catherine Howard
(6) Catherine Parr
28 January 1547
Palace of Whitehall
aged 55
Son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York
Edward VIEdward VI112 October 1537
Hampton Court Palace
28 January 1547
(crowned at Westminster on Abbey 20 February 1547)
6 July 1553
Greenwich Palace
aged 15
Son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour
Lady Jane GreyJane1
(disputed)
1537
Bradgate Park
10 July 1553
(never crowned)
Lord Guildford Dudley12 February 1554
executed at the Tower of London
aged 16–17
Great granddaughter of Henry VII; granddaughter of Henry VIII's sister, Mary Brandon (née Tudor), Duchess of Suffolk; first-cousin once removed of Edward VI
Mary IMary I118 February 1516
Palace of Placentia
19 July 1553
(crowned at Westminster Abbey on 1 October 1553)
Philip II of Spain17 November 1558
St James's Palace
aged 42
Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon; known as "Bloody Mary" for burning Protestants during her reign.
Elizabeth IElizabeth I17 September 1533
Greenwich Palace
17 November 1558
(crowned at Westminster Abbey on 15 January 1559)
24 March 1603
Richmond Palace
aged 69
Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn; known as "The Virgin Queen" or "Gloriana" during her reign.

1. ^ To the Tudor period belongs the elevation of the English-ruled state in Ireland from a Lordship to a Kingdom (1541) under Henry VIII.