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Barbara Parker Bell, author of ‘Inside the Wardrobe of Anne Boleyn‘, has written an interesting guest post about an artifact the Victorians associated with Queen Anne Boleyn, her supposed “tippet of ermine with marks of blood on it”. Read the article HERE: By Barbara Parker Bell

Queen Anne Boleyn (1501-1536) A successful femme fatale. How did she weave such a strong spell over Henry VIII.

Anne of Cleves (Queen of England 6 Jan to 9 July 1540)

Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn in 'Anne of the Thousand Days.'

Of all Henry VIII's wives, Catherine Parr is probably the closest to being a true role model. She was married very young, was widowed by 15, and played nurse to several of her husbands in their final days. She was pretty much forced to marry Henry, but fortunately her position was that of companion and nurse. Despite this busy life, she was a learned and erudite woman, and during her marriage to Henry she published a very successful book on religion. She was an advocate for religious…

The most famous portrait of Anne Boleyn, which is a late 16th c. copy of a now-lost original, resides in The National Portrait Gallery, London.

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The Ghosts of The Tower of London

The Tower of London has a sinister reputation, so it is not surprising there are so many tales of ghosts and hauntings. So learn more about these historic phantoms - if you dare!

Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn by lisby1, via Flickr Mary is believed to be the eldest daughter of Thomas Boleyn and Lady Elizabeth Howard the eldest daughter of Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk.