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Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived

One of the first things that springs to mind when one hears the name Henry VIII is the six women he made his queens.  Catherine, Anne, Jane, Anne, Catherine, & Catherine, six of the most fascinating women of Tudor times.  Without them, what would Henry VIII be remembered for?

AMT has put together a page of Six Wives links for you to follow?just right click the link & choose Open in New Window to stay on site.  If anyone has other links of interest to the group, please post them on the Tudors board & we will be happy to add them in!


'In this world I will confess myself to be the king's true wife, and in the next they will know how unreasonably I am afflicted.'
Catherine of Aragon, 1532

Read the biography of Catherine of Aragon

Read letters written by Catherine and an account of her coronation at Westminster Abbey

Visit Tudor England: Images to view portraits of Catherine & visit the Catherine of Aragon Gallery at Tudor


'She is of middling stature, with a swarthy complexion, long neck, wide mouth, bosom not much raised, and in fact has nothing but the King's great appetite, and her eyes, which are black and beautiful - and take great effect on those who served the Queen when she was on the throne.  She lives like a queen, and the King accompanies her to Mass - and everywhere.'   the Venetian ambassador describes Anne, 1532

Read the biography of Anne Boleyn

Read letters written by Anne
The romance between Anne & Henry Percy
Eyewitness accounts of her coronation in 1533 & her execution in 1536

Another account of her execution
Contemporary descriptions of Anne

Henry VIII's love letters to Anne
Poetry about Anne Boleyn

Visit Tudor England: Images to view portraits of Anne & visit the Anne Boleyn Gallery at Tudor

The Boleyns: A website dedicated to the entire Boleyn family, with particular emphasis upon Anne
Me and Mine: Biography and images of Anne Boleyn
Click here for a comparison of Anne's handwriting in 1514 to that of a seven year old child
Also see Anne Boleyn's Birth Year for information and speculation about her year of birth