The Tudor Dynasty

 

Anne Boleyn 1505-1536 The Gambler

Pretty, clever, chic, sharp tongued and ambitious, Anne kept Henry’s lust at bay for 8 years while she schemed to become wife and queen. In triumph she was crowned in 1533 pregnant with her first child Elizabeth. Three miscarriages later Henry turned his back on her.
She was accused of treason using trumped up charges of blatant infidelity with a number of men(including her brother). Anne was executed by decapitation with a sword. She was queen for less than 3 years.

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I am an artist with a fascination with history. Not battles per se, but the culture and personalities that shape history. Gossip is good too.
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