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Queen Elizabeth's Wardrobe Uploaded Search and browse the wardrobe accounts of Queen Elizabeth Lizapalooza: the Elizabethan Costume Blog by Drea Leed Queen Elizabeth's Influence on Elizabethan DressDesigning the Perfect Gown: From Idea to RealityWorking Woman's Dress in 16th Century FlandersA Workingwoman's Dress Revisited Elizabethan Make-up 101A Tudor Lady's Ensemble of 1545 Men's Hose in the 16th Century (Google Translation; original French Here) Foolish Clothing Depictions of Jesters and Fools in Medieval and Renaissance Art Evolution of French Women's Dress in the 16th Century (Google translation; original french Here) Secondhand Clothing in Elizabethan London Elizabethan Outerwear: Coats, Cassocks and Loose gowns Working Women's Clothes in 1580s London Elizabethan Cassocks The Painted Face Renaissance Makeup Recipes & TechniquesFrom Fighting to Feasting: Garb for Rapier Combat An Overview of Tudor Fashion, 1500-1550 Elizabethan Underpinnings for Women (PDF) Corsets, farthingales, smocks, bumrolls and more Corsets/Pairs of Bodies A Concise History of the Elizabethan CorsetCorset-Making Materials:Fabric, boning, and more How to Make your Own Corset PatternCustom Corset Pattern Generator - Enter your measurements, and generate a custom-fitted corset pattern!How to Make an Elizabethan Corset - Step-by-Step instructions on sewing your own bodiesWearing and Caring for your CorsetThe Effigy Corset: A New Look at Elizabethan CorsetryBodies: 16th Cntury English Support Garments (PDF) Italian Renaissance Stays Bodies, Stays and Corsets: A look at women's supportive garments in the 16th century by Mode Historique (pdf) Elizabethan Bodies: A Short Article Extant Stays of the 17th Century Making an Elizabethan Corset by Tammie Dupuis 1580s Florentine Unboned Stays Boning Materials for 16th c. Corsetry by Sempstress Making an Effigy Corset and Corded Petticoat From Medioevale Cibo Lotta The Effigy Bodies--Reconstructing History Style Making a Corded Effigy Corset Making a Curved-Front Corset by Sempstress Farthingales (Hoopskirts) and Bumrolls The Spanish Farthingale History, materials, patterns and construction informationMaking Juan Alcega's 1589 FarthingaleEl Verdugado - Spanish language page about the Spanish Farthingale c. 1500 in Spain. How to Reproduce the Alcega Farthingale Pattern How to make a gored Spanish Farthingale Recreating the Alcega Farthingale for Modern Bodies Making a Saya Verdugada (Spanish Farthingale-gown) by the Spanish Seamstress Making A Spanish Farthingale by Tammie Dupuis Making A Corded Farthingale by Sempstress Elizabethan Bumrolls Stockings Knitting Elizabethan Stockings Hose in the 16th Century by Melanie Schuessler Making Elizabethan Cloth Hose The Carnamoyle Stockings: 16th c Irish knitted stockings Pictures of Eleanora de Toledo's Stockings, Original and Reproductions White silk knit stockings from 1548 in the museum at Dresden How to Sew Elizabethan Stockings Three pair of pre-17th century silk knit hose (PDF) Stockings of the Common Man, His Wyfe and Children Knitting Eleanora de Toledo's Stockings - Ravelry Pattern Smocks, Shirts, Shifts, and Underwear 16th Century Smocks & Chemises: Their history and how to make themThe Smock Pattern Generator Enter your measurements and get a custom-fitted smock patternThe Early Modern Shirt How to sew a simple chemise (by Sempstress) Pleated and Smocked Shirts and Chemises Making an Elizabethan Shirt (PDF) Recreating the Wedham Shift Recreating the Warwick Shirt 16th C Tuscan Camicia (from the Florence Diaries) L (from the Florence Diaries) The Venetian Shift, or Camicia Camicias in Venetian Portraits How to Sew a Camicia Making an Elizabethan Shirt by Tammie Dupuis An Leine Crioch: Making the Irish Leine in the 16th Century Making the Irish Leine How to Make an Tudor/Elizabethan Shirt Women's Underwear in 16th c. Italy: Drawers, Brache or Calze Patterns for 16th c. Breeches and Braes PetticoatsElizabethan PetticoatsBrowse Queen Elizabeth's Petticoats Recipe for a Corded Petticoat Fashions of the 16th Century: Extant Items, portraits and reproductions of 16th c. dress on Pinterest Extant Garments: Photos of Actual 16th Century Clothing A Collection of Photographs of Extant Renaissance Garments Embroidered jackets for 16th and 17th century ladies Extant Scandinavian and Russian 16th and 17th c. Garments from Mateusz Stawowy Extant Garments from the Vasa Graves: 16th c. Swedish Royal Fashion Extant knitted items of the 16th and 17th centuries Embroidered Gloves, doublets and more at the Royal Armoury in Sweden White silk knit stockings from 1548 in the museum at Dresden Knitting Instructions for Johan III's 16th century stockings Mary of Hapsburg's Hungarian Gown, 1520 Extant 16th c. Italian Garments The Dungiven Costume: a 16th century anglo-irish men's outfitThe Kilcannon Costume: a 16th century Irish Kern's CLothes V&A Costume & Textiles Tour 16th & 17th c. clothing at the V&AElizabethan Costume at the Bath Costume Museum16th C. Clothing at the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum at La Couturiere Parisienne 16th c. embroidered leather jerkin at elizabethan-portraits.com Modern Reproductions Recreations of 16th Century Doublets and Lace by Mathew Gnagy Recreations of Flemish Workingwomen's DressPenthisilea, Queene of the Amazones: a 16th century Masque Costume Top-Quality Reproductions Historic Gowns (Pinterest) My best red petticoat: Dress Diary of a petticoat by Lia Thornegge Elizabethan Clothing Pictures made by Laura Mellin. Impressive Reproductions (Pinterest) Top-Notch recreations by Cateny (Including Anne of Austria Spanish Saya) Reproduction Spanish Gowns Dress Diaries by Centuries Sewing Lady Drea's Wardrobe Unlock'd Photos of Elizabethan clothing Reproduction Anne of Austria gown 16th C Tuscan Camicia (from the Florence Diaries) Italian Camicia with Pomegranates and Bees (from the Florence Diaries) Katerina's Florentine Guardaroba (Wardrobe) Reproductions of Extant Elizabethan Clothing by Laura Mellin Reproductions of German Landsknecht Dress Flemish Dress Reconstructed (by Maniacal Medievalist) New! Reproduction Elizabethan Costumes at the Globe Theatre Jessamyn's Dress Diaries The Italian Showcase:Examples of 16th century Italian Dress Reconstruction of a 1520 Florentine Gown Reconstruction of a 1525 German "Cranach" Gown Reconstruction of a 1585 German Maid's Dress Ninya Mikhaila's Reproduction Elizabethan Dress A huge gallery of highest-quality reproductions To Dress a Queen: A Dress Diary by Karen Bergquist Dress Diaries and Costume Gallery by Sempstress Costume Closet from La Mode Historique Elizabethan Costume Gallery by Karen Bergquist 16th century Costumes of the Basingstoke Early Dance groupJanet Arnold's Reproduction Doublets at elizabethan-portraits.com Guy's Nobleman's OutfitSeamstrix's Elizabethan Costume Gallery Photos of the Tudor Group Re-enactors Briana's Picture Page Elizabethan and Tudor Creations Tudor and Elizabethan Dress Diaries by Clare Wodehourse Melanie Schuessler's Elizabethan Costumes Photos of several exquisite gowns Costume Flicks: Movies showing Tudor/Elizabethan Dress Photos of Tudor and Elizabethan Costumes by Lynn McMasters Costumes for the Stage Production Elizabeth the Queen Online PatternsCustom Corset Pattern Generator - create an Elizabethan corset patternThe Smock Pattern Generator. Drafts a custom-fitted Elizabethan smockA 16th c. German Pattern Book: The Leonfeldner Schnittbuch, 1590Draping a 16th Century Bodice Pattern The Tailor's Masterpiece-Book:Alcega's Patterns and Garments made from them Deciphering Juan de Alcega's Tailor's Pattern Book of 1589 Understanding Alcega's Tailor's Patterns Scaling up Historical Patterns video tutorial Basic Pattern Drafting by Tammie Dupuis Patterns for 16th c German Dress Drafting a basic Body Block and Sleeve Dawn's Costume Guide - Patterns for Elizabethan costume & accessories Drafting the Spanish Doublet (PDF) Drafting a custom-fitted Elizabethan Bodice PatternTudor Bases Pattern (A Tudor Man's pleated skirt)Dawn's Pattern for Fitted Breeches Doublet Patterns by Tempus Peregrinator Resizing Historic Patterns Commercial Patterns Reconstructing History Patterns Margo Anderson's Historic Costume Patterns (Elizabethan Lady's Wardrobe & more) Review: The Elizabethan Lady's Wardrobe pattern collectionTudor Tailor Costume Patterns Mantua Maker Historic Patterns Patterns of Time pattern reseller Sewing Central Pattern Reseller Patterns for Elizabethan Hats and Headwear by Lynn McMasters Review: Commercial Renaissance Costume Patterns available from Simplicity, Burda, Butterick and McCalls. The Elizabethan Seam: Sewing by Hand New! Making a Kirtle: An excellent step-by-step guide for making a 16th c. kirtle using authentic construction techniques. Fashion Figures to Trace for designing costumes Cartridge Pleating 101 A Demo on Cartridge Pleating by Tammie Dupuis Renaissance Tailoring Made Easy: Period Sewing Techniques, by Tammie Dupuis Renaissance Pleating TechniquesA Short Tutorial on Cartridge PleatingConstructing a 16th Century Flemish OutfitMaking a Gathered Kirtle Queen Elizabeth's Wardrobe Uploaded Search and browse the wardrobe accounts of Queen Elizabeth Tudor and Elizabethan Clothing Inventories Searchable! Includes inventories of the Earl of Pembroke, Mary Queen of Scots and a number of Probate Inventories Wardrobe Inventories of Mary Queen of Scots and King James V of Scotland (PDF, 14.4 mb) The Trevelyon Miscellany (1611) Kostme und Sittenbilder des 16. Jahrhunderts Kostme der Mnner und Frauen in Augsburg und Nrnberg, Deutschland, Europa, Orient und Afrika (German Costume Book, 1575-1600) Cristoph Weiditz's Trachtenbuch (1506) The Image of Ireland pictures of 16th c. Irish dress European and Oriental Costume (c. 1600) I Segreti per Colori:Renaissance Dye RecipesCennini's Libro dell'Arte Recipes for glue, starch, and information on pigments & dyeing Lucas de Heere's Book of Fashions,1570 The Leonfeldner Schnittbuch, a German tailor's pattern book of 1590Tailor's pattern books in the Czech Lands in the 16th-18th centuries Five 16th & 17th century Tailors Books webbed by Tammie Dupuis New Year's Gifts given to Queen ElizabethHolinshed's Chronicles: "Of our apparall and attire"The Milanese Tailor's Handbook pictures and patterns for 1570s Italian dressHabitus praecipuorum populorum Weigel's 1577 book on the dress of all people Elizabethan Sumptuary Laws Le Pompe: A Bobbin Lace Pattern Book from 1559 Les Singvliers et Novveaux Povrtraicts: A 16th century Lace-making Pattern Book New Modelbuch, 1594, by inciolo. Reticella Lace Patterns. Stubbes on Fashion: Excerpts from the 1583 Anatomie of AbusesMary Tudor's Wardrobe Accounts--SearcheableJost Amman's Frauentrachtenbuch a book of 1570s German womens fashions Books on Elizabethan Costume: An annotated list of sourcesBraun & Schneider's HISTORY OF COSTUME (a 19th Century book--not completely accurate) French Hoods: History, Pictures & ConstructionHow to make a French HoodReconstructing the French Hood: An In-depth Analysis (PDF) 16th Century Snoods, Hairnets & Cauls History, Pictures & ConstructionThe Tudor Gable Hood: History, Pictures and Construction16th and 17th century knitted items (mostly caps and hats) How to Make a Gable Hood Elizabethan Coifs - photographs, information, coify links, and instructions on making your own How to Wear the Elizabethan Coif Patterns for Embroidered Coifs and Nightcaps by Extreme Patterns Elizabethan and early jacobean embroidered coifs Printed Blackwork Coif Pattern on fabric on Spoonflower Making an Elizabethan Coif ( Pragmatic Costumer) 16th century Hairstyles (Google Translation; original french Here) Two Elizabethan hairstyles Elizabethan Hairstyles 1560-1600 Renaissance Hair Taping A Crowning Glory: Hairstyles and Headwear in 16th c Venice Spanish Hats for Men (PDF) Knitting the Spanish Boneto (PDF) Knitting Pattern for a Barett or Flat Cap The Schlappe German Hat: Burgher and Landsknecht Styles 16th century German Hats and Headwear German Goldhaube Cap: Pattern and Instructions How to make a Men's Elizabethan Hat Making Elizabethan Hats by Sempstress Straw Hats in Medieval and Renaissance Works of Art Making Elizabethan Flat Caps and Tall Hats Photos of Modern Recreations of Period Hats How to Make a Tudor Flat Cap - Pattern & Instructions Elizabethan Dyes and Fabric ColorsThe Dye WoorkesMedieval & Renaissance dyeing recipes & manuscripts.Color in Lowerclass Elizabethan ClothingColors Used in Elizabethan DressWearing Black:Re-enactment Myths and Realities Definitions of Early Modern Colours I Segreti per Colori:Renaissance Dye RecipesSixteenth Century Italian Color Glossary Medieval Leather Dyeing Elizabethan Fabrics and Textiles Extant Textiles of the 16th Century "What Fabric Should I Use?" finding the right fabric for your costumeFabric Yardages in late 16th C. women's clothing Listing of Fabric Yardages for all Elizabethan GarmentsCotton and the Cotton Trade in the Middle Ages & RenaissanceElizabethan Fabrics: A Short Overview Sixteenth Century Textile Fibers Examples of Fabric Types from the 16th Century Is Cotton Really Period? Italian Renaissance Fabric Names Fabrics in Patterns of Fashion 1560-1620 Figured Fabrics: 16th c. fabric designs and motifs Modern Fabric Substitutes for 16th c. Fabrics RuffsAll About Elizabethan RuffsConstructing Elizabethan RuffsA Ruff Generator Calculate the fabric needed for your ruff.The Evolution of the Ruff (In french--google translate link here ) How to construct an Authentic 1570s Ruff (PDF) (Guild of St George) Making Falling Collars and Cuffs (Renaissance Tailor) Starching an Elizabethan Ruff Video Tutorial (Centuries Sewing) How to Make a Supportasse (an underpropper for a large ruff) How to Starch an Elizabethan Ruff (Melanie Schuessler) Buttons and Fastenings Thread wrapped bead buttons: a tutorial (YouTube) Making Thread-covered Buttons (Renaissance Tailor) spanish buttons of the 16th and 17th century (artifacts.org) Butone: Thread-woven buttons of the 16th century (The Florence Files) Thread Buttons (Olde England Grown New) Extant 16th c. Metal Buttons (Gaukler Medieval Wares) Making cloth and thread-covered buttons (Kate's Corner) Elizabethan Aglets (Kate's Corner) Elizabethan Pins (Extreme Costuming) Tying Elizabethan BowsHow to Tie Bows Purses, Pouches and Bags Bags and Purses in 16th c Germany (The Curious Frau) Where should I Put it? 15th-17th century Purses (Pragmatic Costumer) Images of Pouches and Purses medieval through early modern by Karen Larsdatter German Women's Purses 1500-1550 pictures of extant purses, instructions and patterns for making them by Amie Sparrow Embroidered Sweet Bags and Pouches (Pinterest) Fans Fans of the 16th and 17th Centuries Images of Fans in the Renaissance Italian Fans of the 16th Century Straw flag fan History of the feather fan Three Types of 16th c Fans and how to make them, by Renaissance Tailor Renaissance Fans (Lady Dianotto) Masks Images of Masks in the Renaissance Shoes and Footwear How to make Elizabethan Shoes, Pantofles and Chopines Lessons and Instructions for several shoe styles at RaisedHeelds Patterns for 16th century Tudor Shoes (Marc Carlson) Shoes in 16th c Germany (Curious Frau) Venetian Chopines (Elizabeth Bernhardt) Jewelry Jewelry in Elizabethan EnglandThe Cheapside Hoard: See what the merchants and well-to-do women wore in Elizabethan England (Museum of London) The Jewel Book of Duchess Anna of Bavaria Enamelled Jewels from 1500-1700 (Pragmatic Costumer 1558-1603 Elizabethan Jewelry Pictures (Pinterest) Renaissance & Elizabethan jewelry and personal objects (Pinterest) Partlets An Embroidered blackwork partlet Making an Elizabethan Partlet by Tammie Dupuis Making an Elizabethan PartletElizabethan Accessories: Hats, Shoes, Belts & More Belts A Beginner's Guide to Belts in the 16th Century Silk and Gold sword belt and hangar Glasses The Pince-Nez from the 15th to 19th century Images of Renaissance Spectacles Leather-framed Glasses from a 1583 Venetian Shipwreck Gloves The Glove Website (Franchesca Havas) Making a Pair of Gloves (Renaissance Tailor) Making Elizabethan Gloves (PDF) Embroidered Gloves at the Royal Armoury in Sweden Embroidered cuffs for elizabethan gloves (PDF) Elizabethan Gloves (Kate's Corner) Italian gloves of the 16th century (The Florence Files) Pandora, a fashion doll of 1600 Fabric Stamping, Punching and Pinking using Leatherworking Tools Garb 4 Guys: Leather Jerkin Pinking and Slashing A Dozen Doublets for the Design Deficient from Extreme Costuming Intro to Elizabethan Embroidery Embroidered jackets for 16th and 17th century ladies 17th century Embroidery at the Royal Armoury in Sweden Notes on Embroidery in England during the Tudor and Stuart periods I(PDF) Elizabethan and early jacobean embroidered coifs Elizabethan Embroidery Embroideries in the V&A Collection. (PDF, 5.9Mb) Elizabethan Embroidery Video Tutorials (Youtube) Stumpwork, Old and New The Embroidery Stitch Dictionary A History of Medieval and Renaissance Quilting by Lisa Evans Mary Stuart's Embroideries Fabric Printing In The Renaissance 16th Century Beadwork From the Medieval Beadwork Page 16th Century Embellishments: 21st century strategies for achieving the 16th century "Look" Basics of Elizabethan Costume DetailingElizabethan Applique: Late 16th Century "Slips" Lace Choosing Lace for 16th Century Clothing A Brief History of Lace in the 1500s Neues Modelbuch: Various flowers and other patterns (1650). For filet lace or blackwork The Lace Trade in 16th c. Bohemia Making Bobbin Lace Le Pompe: A Bobbin Lace Pattern Book from 1559 Le Pompe: A Study of Sixteenth-Century Bobbin Lace Technique (PDF) A new interpretation of Certain Bobbin Lace Patterns in Le Pompe, 1559 (PDF) Early Bobbin Lace Resources The Italian Needlework Site: Reticello, trapunto and other italian needlework techniques Notes on Early Dutch Lace (PDF) New Modelbuch, 1594, by inciolo. Reticella Lace Patterns. Les Singvliers Et Novveaux Povrtraicts: A 16th century Lace-making Pattern Book Blackwork Ensamplario Atlantio: 220+ fillwork patterns for blackwork embroidery by the generous Kim Salazar Schn Neues Modelbuch, counted-stitch patterns from 1597 by Johan siebmacher. Blackwork embroidery booklet (PDF) A blackwork embroidery primer Elizabethan Embroidery & Blackwork ResourcesBlackwork in Period Portraits and Pictures Bronwen's Blackwork Library Hundreds of blackwork patterns from Italian, English & German sourcesHow to do Holbein/Double Running Stitch A Beginning Blackwork TutorialA Blackwork Pattern for Jane Seymour's Cuff Blackwork Embroidery Archive The Tudor Costume Page: Recreating Costumes for KentwellCostumes.org 16th c. Links The Renaissance Tailor Recreating 16th and 17th century clothing A beautiful site set up by Tammie L. Dupuis, with how-tos on making several Elizabethan garments, 16th century Tailor's pattern books, and much 16th century costume research. Historic Costumes by Saragrace A number of lovely German & Flemish outfits and articles on making themLa Mode Historique: Research, Costuming and Stories from the Dark Side Sarah Goodman's dress diaries, costume articles and other Elizabethan costume resources. Elizabethan Costumes for Manly Men The Auld Garb Monger's instructional site for make-it-yourself Elizabethan menswear. A Festive Attyre: Renaissance & Elizabethan Costuming Jen Thompson's wonderful collection of Elizabethan Costume research, resources and photos. Sempstress.org--Elizabethan Costuming Missa's useful collection of articles on patterning and dressmaking, a number of dress diaries, and useful tools (including Dial-a-Dress!) Costumes by Lynn McMasters Photos of many beautiful Elizabethan Gowns, articles on 16th c. Decoration, hat patterns, and more. Seamstrix--Period Costumes for a Modern World Karen Bergquist's Gallery of Elizabethan Costumes and dress diaries Dawn's Costume Guide Dawn's site has articles on how to make everything from Bodices to doublets, a review of patterns, and lots of great info for do-it-yourself Elizabethan costumers. The Elizabethan Practical Companion Karen Larsdatter's website of 16th century inventories and blackwork/embroidery resources Realm of Venus Bella Lucia's vast and inspirational site on 16th c. Venetian clothing: portraits and paintings, articles on Venetian clothing, and a gallery of gowns. My Lady's Wardrobe Bess Chilver's site on her wardrobe, reenactments and other Elizabethan costume projects Irish/Scottish The Shinrone Gown: An Irish Dress from the Elizabethan Age The Dungiven Costume: a 16th century anglo-irish men's outfitThe Kilcannon Costume: a 16th century Irish Kern's CLothes An Leine Crioch: Making the Irish Leine in the 16th CenturyMaking the Irish Leine Celtic Costume of the 16th Century (Scottish & Irish) The Image of Ireland pictures of 16th c. Irish dress Descriptions and Depictions of Historical Scottish Clothing Italian 16th Century Clothing in Venice webbed by Bella Lucia da verona Italian Dress of the late Renaissance (1470-1540) Includes instructions for drafting an early 16th c. Italian bodice The Layers of Florentine Clothing at the Florence Files Italian 16th C Portraits and Extant Garments (on Pinterest) 16th Century Clothing in Italian Art Venetian Dress and Accessories of the mid to late 16th century German Landesknecht German Garb: Overview and Resources Woodcuts of Landesknecht Dress Landesknecht and German Renaissance Costume (on Pinterest) Landesknecht German Clothes and Costume A beginner's guide to German Dress: How to look like a frau French Le cotume historique (in french) Le Poulet Gauche:French Elizabethan Costume The French Renaissance Dutch 16th C Dutch Costume Clothing of the Low Countries, 15th-16th Century (Pinterest) Dutch Renaissance Clothing: A Glossary Middle-Eastern The Courtyard: Middle Eastern Costume Links Ottoman Womens' Dress from the 16th to 19th centuries Turkish Women's Clothing in the 15th-16th centuries: An Overview The Costumes of Ottoman Women in the 16th century Female Turkish Garb Pictures of Historic Middle Eastern Clothing (Pinterest) Extant 16th c Turkish Clothing Ottoman Costume: Men's Patterns Persian and Ottoman Clothing Near Eastern Womens' Clothing from North Africa and the Levant Silk Textiles from Safavid Iran, 1501-1722 Safavid Floral Textiles of the 16th and 17th centuries Maghribi and Andalusi Costume Overview of Persian Clothing in the 16th Century by Roxane Farabi (PDF) Pyrates! Pirate and Privateer clothing in the 16th-17th centuries Tudor Pirates Gypsy/Rom Paintings of Romani/Gypsies in Period - Karen Larsdatter Gypsy Womens' Costume in the Renaissance Russian and Eastern European Russian costume in the 16th & 17th c. (PDF) Women's Clothing in Muscovite Rus Hungarian Military and Civilian Dress in the 16th century Mary of Hapsburg's Hungarian Gown, 1520 Clothing in Dubrovnik in the 16th Century-Czech dress (PDF) Hungarian Tailor's Pattern Book The Polish Costume Resource Page 16th and 17th century Polish Dress: an Overview Books on Elizabethan Costume: An annotated list of sourcesMail-Order Costuming Supplies: Boning, linen, silk, patterns, accessories & more.Elizabethan Merchants: If you don't want to sew it, buy it! A list of retail sources for 16th century costumes and costume accessories. Still not satisfied? If you're curious about other aspects of Elizabethan life and culture, visit Life in Elizabethan England: A Compendium of Common Knowledge. You can find out more about Queen Elizabeth I at The Life and Times of Queen Elizabeth, and learn about the King Henry VIII, his wives and other Tudors at The Tudor History Site.

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