This place was a great palace in London.
This place held political prisoners as well as monarchs waiting to be crowned.
This place was one of the Tudor palaces.
This location was where a queen retreated to battle for the throne.
This location was the center of political activity in England during the Tudor dynasty.
These objects were extremely important in Tudor England and were how news and decisions were conveyed.
These objects were used to convey betrothals and coronations and were often bestowed as gifts.
This place was where many political prisoners were beheaded.
These objects were commissioned by royalty and upper classes to represent individuals.
This place was where a queen went into confinement after a phantom pregnancy.
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