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1400s Elizabeth Woodville (c 1437-1492) Unknown artist..... I totally made a copy of this dress without even knowing it!  Now to copy the jewelery...

Elizabeth Woodville c.Wallpaper and background photos of Elizabeth Woodville, Queen Consort of Edward IV of England for fans of Kings and Queens images.

Elizabeth Woodville

Elizabeth Woodville - – Queen consort of King Edward IV during the Wars of the Roses; mother of Elizabeth of York (who became the Queen Consort of King Henry VII, the first Tudor queen and mother of Henry VIII); and mother of the 2 Princes in the Tower.

Elizabeth Woodville (1437- 8 June 1492). Her marriage to Edward IV was a cause célèbre of the day, thanks to Elizabeth's great beauty and lack of great estates.Her marriage greatly enriched her siblings and children, but their advancement incurred the hostility of the Earl of Warwick, which resulted in his joining the Lancastrian cause. Elizabeth remained politically influential even after Edward's death and she would play an important role in securing Henry VII's accession to the throne.

Elizabeth Woodville, consort of Eward IV century portrait of Elizabeth Woodville, wife of Edward IV and mother of Elizabeth of York

1540-1541 	 Around the middle of the 16th century the square low cut dresses gave way to a new fashion of high collared ones. An intermediate example can be seen on the left where Elizabeth Seymour displays a more simple but by no means less elegant dress with affixed gold pendant, a necklace and several rings

Unknown lady once thought to be Queen Katherine Howard; possibly Elizabeth Seymour, sister of Queen Jane. Hans Holbein the Younger Portrait of Elizabeth Seymour She has beautiful blackwork cuffs

Elizabeth Woodville (c.1437–1492), 2nd Foundress of Queens' College, Wife of Edward IV (King of England, House of York, Mother of the Princes in the Tower).

Elizabeth Woodville Foundress of Queens' College, Wife of Edward IV (King of England, House of York, Mother of the Princes in the Tower).

Tudor Lady (Mary Queen of Scots?) 16th Century

Mary I - (February 1516 - November Daughter of Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, Mary attempted to restore Roman Catholicism in England during her reign. The execution of Protestants as heretics earned her the sobriquet "Bloody Mary.

The Athenaeum - Elizabeth Woodville, Wife of Edward IV (Thomas Hudson - )

Elizabeth Woodville, Queen of Edward IV, Queen's College Cambridge, Portrait.

Marie de Bourgogne,Duchesse de Bourgogne (1457-1452),daughter of Charles the Bold,Duke of Burgundy from the House of Valois-Burgundy and Isabella de Bourbon

Reinette: Valois Princesses, Marie de Bourgogne, Duchesse de Bourgogne daughter of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, from the House of Valois-Burgundy and Isabella de Bourbon.

Joan "Countess of Westmorland" Beaufort Neville (1375 - 1440) - Find A Grave Photos

Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII, grandmother of Henry VIII, Margaret, and Mary Tudor. Lady Margaret Beaufort is my great grandmother.

Elizabeth Woodville (?1437-1492) consort to Edward IV - by a British artist ca. 1500 - Ashmolean Museum...Through her daughter Elizabeth of York, she is ancestor to every English monarch since Henry VIII and every Scottish monarch since James V. The White Queen.

Queens Consort: England's Medieval Queens by Lisa Hilton

Queen Elizabeth Woodville (c. 1437 – 8 June Wife of Edward IV, mother of Elizabeth of York, Henry VIII's grandmother.

The Salem Witch Trials of 1692-1693 were by far the largest and most lethal outbreak of witchcraft hysteria in American history. What exactly were the factors that made Salem stand out? #salemwitchtrials #witchcraft #americanhistory

The Salem Witch Trials [infographic

The Salem Witch Trials of were by far the largest and most lethal outbreak of witchcraft hysteria in American history. What exactly were the factors that made Salem stand out?

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