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Charles I at his trial - Charles I of England - Charles at his trial, by Edward Bower, He let his beard and hair grow long because Parliament had dismissed his barber, and he refused to let anyone else near him with a razor

John Milton Mentioned by the Dragon in the chapter called The Mirror Melts in my book, Angel War.

Paradise deferred: John Milton still divides readers

Pieter Nason, Circle of (1612-90) - - - Charles II (1630-85) 1662c.

Pieter Nason, Circle of - - - Charles II

When Henry VIII came to the throne in 1509 he was just shy of his 18th birthday. He was tall, robust, handsome and athletic. Yet when the infamous King died on 28th January 1547 he weighed about 178kg and had a waist measurement of 52 inches and a chest measurement of about 53 inches. So how did this decline in Henry VIII's physical appearance happen? As a young man, Henry VIII was considered to be the most handsome prince in Europe. He was tall, standing at six foot two which was taller ...

King Henry VIII by Unknown Anglo-Netherlandish artist oil on panel, circa 1520 20 in. mm x 381 mm)

Prince Henry Stuart (1640 - 1660). Son of King Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria.

Prince Henry Stuart - Son of King Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria. was created Duke of Gloucester and Earl of Cambridge by Charles II, but died suddenly of smallpox not long afterwards.

Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury by Pieter Stevens van Gunst line engraving, published 1707 © National Portrait Gallery, London

The Martyrdom of Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex - Queen Anne Boleyn

King Charles I by Gerrit van Honthorst

King Charles I with a Letter in his Hand, Gerrit van Honthorst, 1628 x cm Oil on canvas National Portrait Gallery, London.softer facet ham I am used to seeing for King Charles

(c) National Trust, Petworth House; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

MARY I Tudor, Queen of England & Ireland / By or after Antonis Mor, century.

Dochter van Catharina van Arragon

Queen Mary I, "Bloody Mary" - queen of England from the daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.

March 24, 1603: After 44 years of rule, #QueenElizabethI of England died, and KingJamesVI of Scotland ascended to the throne, uniting England and Scotland under a single British monarch.

March After 44 years of rule, of England died, and KingJamesVI of Scotland ascended to the throne, uniting England and Scotland under a single British monarch.

Sir Charles Lodowick Cotterell (1654–1710), was an English courtier.

Sir Charles Lodowick Cotterell was an English courtier.

Sir Peter Lely, Studio of - - - Charles II (1630-85) 1670c.

Sir Peter Lely, Studio of - - - Charles II (1630-85) 1670c.

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