Objects & Places from The Six Wives of Henry VIII

Alison Weir (historian)
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This is the capital city of England.

The Tower of London

This is an ancient castle in the center of London, primarily used as a prison in Tudor England.

Henry's Court

This is a large gathering of people, advisers, ambassadors, their escorts and servants, all striving to gain influence with the Crown.


Throughout history, this has been at different times England's chief political and military rival, and one of its most powerful allies.


This was one the most important military, political and economic powers in Europe during the sixteenth century, and a wedding between its royal family and another sealed an alliance between them, at least for a while.

Henry's Leg Wound

The author contends that this was the principal source of the King's increasing irritability and eventual tyranny, with the frustrating suffering he experienced aggravated by his increasing weight and inability to exercise.

The Succession

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