Henry VIII of England
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Who is Henry VIII of England?
Henry VIII of England: Henry VIII was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his death. He was Lord, and later assumed the Kingship, of Ireland, and continued the nominal claim by English monarchs to the Kingdom of France. Henry was the second monarch of the Tudor dynasty, succeeding his father, Henry VII.
- also known as Henry VIII, King Henry VIII of England, Henry Tudor
- born on (524 years ago) in Palace of Placentia, child of Elizabeth of York and Henry VII of England
- nationality: Kingdom of England
- religion: Church of England, Anglo-Catholicism, Catholicism
- Marriage with Catherine of Aragon between and (23 years and 11 months)
- Marriage with Anne Boleyn between and (3 years and 3 months)
- Marriage with Jane Seymour between and (1 year and 4 months)
- Marriage with Anne of Cleves between and (6 months)
- Marriage with Catherine Howard between and (1 year and 3 months)
- Marriage with Catherine Parr between and (3 years and 6 months)
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- died on (468 years ago) in Palace of Whitehall
- buried in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Henry Viii Of England a.k.a. Henry VIII is a fictional character from the play Bring Up the Bodies.
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by Robert Benedetto, James O. Duke
King Henry VIII of England ( r. 1509–1547) withheld annates to force a papal divorce decree (an unsuccessful strategy). By letters ...
by James C. Bradford
Henry VIII of England attacked France in 1512 and ...
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