FONT OPTIONS

For more information about the Dyslexie font click here.

Resource Bank

Back to Top Back to Top

Reset
InfoOn
InfoOff
  • View all
  • 3 per page
  • 6 per page
  • 12 per page
  • 24 per page
  • 48 per page
  • Sort by
  • A-Z
  • Z-A

Introduction to this resource

Media: Video

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Walkthrough

Welcome to the London Archaeological Archive

Media: Video

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Location

See what Tudor London looked like from this map of 1574

Media: Video

Section: The Geography of Tudor London

Type: Map

Map of London, 1574

Media: Image

Section: The Geography of Tudor London

Type: Map

Find out about Newgate, one of the gates into the City of London

Media: Video

Section: The Geography of Tudor London

Type: Location

Painting of London as seen from Southwark, mid-17th century

Media: Image

Section: The Geography of Tudor London

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out about the different activities that took place in the fields outside Tudor London

Media: Video

Section: The Geography of Tudor London

Type: Map

Map showing the area to the north of the walls of the City of London, 1559

Media: Image

Section: The Geography of Tudor London

Type: Map

Map of the eastern part of the City of London, 1559

Media: Image

Section: The Geography of Tudor London

Type: Map

Find out what London Bridge was like in Tudor times

Media: Video

Section: London Bridge

Type: Location

Find out about the dangers of living in a house on London Bridge

Media: Video

Section: London Bridge

Type: Location

Model of London Bridge as it would have looked in the 16th century

Media: Image

Section: London Bridge

Type: Model

Find out about the dangers of travelling by boat underneath London Bridge

Media: Video

Section: London Bridge

Type: Location

View of London Bridge, late 16th - early 17th century

Media: Image

Section: London Bridge

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out about the decapitated heads of criminals that were displayed on London Bridge

Media: Video

Section: London Bridge

Type: Location

View of London Bridge, 1616

Media: Image

Section: London Bridge

Type: Painting/Illustration

Model of the west side of London Bridge, as it would have looked about 1600

Media: Image

Section: London Bridge

Type: Model

View of the City of London, Westminster and Southwark, 1543

Media: Image

Section: London Bridge

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out about Cheapside and the royal processions that took place there

Media: Video

Section: Cheapside

Type: Location

Find out how drinking water was supplied to London

Media: Video

Section: Cheapside

Type: Location

View of Cheapside during the procession of Queen Mother, Maria de Medici

Media: Image

Section: Cheapside

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out where a hoard of 16th and 17th-century jewellery was found on Cheapside

Media: Video

Section: Cheapside

Type: Location

The Cheapside Hoard - the greatest collection of Tudor and Jacobean jewellery ever discovered

Media: Image

Section: Cheapside

Type: Photograph

Find out about the government of the City of London at the Guildhall

Media: Video

Section: Guildhall

Type: Location

Find out what it was like to be Lord Mayor of Tudor London

Media: Video

Section: Guildhall

Type: Location

Find out about the Great Hall at the Guildhall, which was a banqueting hall and court room

Media: Video

Section: Guildhall

Type: Location

Find out about Tudor street repairs in Holborn

Media: Video

Section: Holborn

Type: Location

Find out what it was like to live as a law student at Staple Inn

Media: Video

Section: Holborn

Type: Location

Find out what Tudor houses looked like

Media: Video

Section: Holborn

Type: Location

View of the Tower of London from the River Thames, 1647

Media: Image

Section: Tower of London

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out how the Tower of London had many different parts, including a zoo and a prison

Media: Video

Section: Tower of London

Type: Location

Plan of the Tower of London, 1597

Media: Image

Section: Tower of London

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out what it was like to be a rich prisoner in the Tower of London

Media: Video

Section: Tower of London

Type: Location

Painting of the Beauchamp Tower where noble prisoners were held at the Tower of London, 1798

Media: Image

Section: Tower of London

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out about some of the famous Tudor prisoners in the Tower of London

Media: Video

Section: Tower of London

Type: Location

Find out how less fortunate prisoners were tortured at the Tower of London

Media: Video

Section: Tower of London

Type: Location

Photo of the Tower of London, taken in 2006

Media: Image

Section: Tower of London

Type: Photograph

Fuming pot, used to burn sweet-smelling herbs, thought to prevent the spread of plague

Media: Image

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out about how the plague affected Tudor London

Media: Video

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out how people tried to stop the plague using fuming pots

Media: Video

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Drug jar, used to contain medicines, ointments or cosmetics, late 16th - mid 17th century

Media: Image

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out about medicine jars, who made them and how they were used

Media: Video

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Drug jar with lid, used to contain medicines, ointments or cosmetics

Media: Image

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Gold coin probably given by the king to people suffering from the skin disease scrofula

Media: Image

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out how the disease scrofula was treated in Tudor times

Media: Video

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out about conditions for rich and poor prisoners at Newgate prison

Media: Video

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Location

Find out about 'jail fever' and the poor conditions for prisoners in Newgate prison

Media: Video

Section: Health and Hygiene

Type: Location

Find out how a pump under London Bridge provided drinking water for Tudor Londoners

Media: Video

Section: Water Supply

Type: Location

Bone ear scoop, used for cleaning wax from ears

Media: Image

Section: Personal Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out how Tudor people cleaned their ears

Media: Video

Section: Personal Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out how Tudor people kept their hair looking nice

Media: Video

Section: Personal Hygiene

Type: Object

Wooden comb

Media: Image

Section: Personal Hygiene

Type: Object

Find out about the toilets at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Toilets

Type: Location

Chamber pot, used as a portable indoor toilet

Media: Image

Section: toilets

Type: Object

Find out about Tudor toilets

Media: Video

Section: Toilets

Type: Object

Find out who cleaned out the cesspits of Tudor London

Media: Video

Section: Toilets

Type: Object

Find out about the cloth trade and how it made London rich

Media: Video

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Location

Bottle imported to London from Frechen in Germany, mid-16th - 17th century

Media: Image

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Find out how Tudor pins were made

Media: Video

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Pinner's bone, used in the making of pins, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Find out how thimbles were used for sewing

Media: Video

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Thimble used to protect a person's finger when sewing

Media: Image

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Find out how Tudor people first started to smoke tobacco

Media: Video

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Clay tobacco pipe, used for smoking, late 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Find out how combs were made from ivory

Media: Video

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Pieces of elephant ivory left over after making combs and knife handles, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Find out how a leather purse was made

Media: Video

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Leather drawstring purse, opened out flat, late 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Trade and Industry

Type: Object

Princess Elizabeth I (1533-1603)

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Painting/Illustration

See a Tudor shoe buckle

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Shoe buckle, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

See a typical Tudor shoe and understand how it was decorated

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Leather shoe, decorated with slashes, mid-16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Find out about Tudor shoe fashions

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Leather shoe, with a very fashionable wide toe, about 1510

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Find out about shoes for rich and poor, men and women

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Leather jerkin (sleeveless jacket), mid-16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

See a fashionable Tudor leather jerkin

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Panel from a leather jerkin (sleeveless jacket), mid-16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

See a Tudor lace used to fasten a shirt

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Lace made from braided silk used to fasten the collar or cuffs of a shirt, early 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

See a leather sheath, used for holding a Tudor knife

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Leather sheath for a knife, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Wearing a replica Tudor 'gabled' headdress

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Photograph

Find out about women's headdresses and how they were made

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Woman's headdress frame made from a curved piece of wire, mid-16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Find out why pins were so important when getting dressed in Tudor times

Media: Video

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Pins used for fastening clothes, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Clothing

Type: Object

Fashions for rich people, 1540s

Media: Document

Section: Types of Clothing

Type: Painting/Illustration

Fashions for rich people, 1590s

Media: Document

Section: Types of Clothing

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out about the entertainment district of Bankside and how people travelled there from the City of London

Media: Video

Section: Entertainment

Type: Location

See a Tudor gaming counter from a board game

Media: Video

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Wooden counter or game piece from a board game like backgammon, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

See Tudor dice used for playing games and gambling

Media: Video

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Bone dice used for games and gambling, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

See a Tudor tennis ball

Media: Video

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Find out how Tudor tennis was different to the modern game

Media: Video

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Leather tennis ball stuffed with dog's hair, early 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

See two toy dolls

Media: Video

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Toy female doll made from metal, mid-late 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Toy male doll made from metal, 1550-1560

Media: Image

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

See a bird feeder for feeding pet birds

Media: Video

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Small trough used to hold water or food for caged pet birds, early 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Pastimes

Type: Object

Find out about jousting and other entertainments that took place in royal palaces

Media: Video

Section: Pastimes

Type: Location

Reconstruction of the Rose Theatre © Bill Dudley/The Rose Theatre Trust

Media: Image

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out how the Rose Theatre was discovered and how a Tudor playhouse worked

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out where the remains of the Rose Theatre were discovered

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out about the layout of the Rose Theatre

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out what the stage was like at the Rose Theatre and about the actors' costume

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out what Tudor plays were like and who the actors were

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out who visited Tudor playhouses and where wealthy people sat to watch plays

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out what it was like to be in the audience at the Rose Theatre

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out how money was collected at Tudor theatres

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Object

Ceramic money box

Media: Image

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Object

See remains of money boxes from the Rose Theatre

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Object

Tops from smashed ceramic money boxes found on the site of the Rose Theatre

Media: Image

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Object

Find out how the Rose Theatre had to close due to an outbreak of plague

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out about Tudor special effects and a terrible accident that happened during a play at the Rose Theatre

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Find out how the remains of the Rose Theatre have been preserved

Media: Video

Section: Rose Theatre

Type: Location

Reconstruction of the Tudor theatres in Southwark. The Globe Theatre in the foreground. © Faith Vardy/MOLA

Media: Image

Section: Globe Theatre

Type: Painting/Illustration

Find out how audiences at a Tudor playhouse knew a play was about to start

Media: Video

Section: Globe Theatre

Type: Location

Find out about the Globe Theatre and what the outside of a Tudor playhouse was like

Media: Video

Section: Globe Theatre

Type: Location

Find out how rich and poor Tudor Londoners served drinks

Media: Video

Section: Eating and Drinking

Type: Object

Ceramic jug used for serving drinks, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Eating and Drinking

Type: Object

Find out why leather was used to make jugs

Media: Video

Section: Eating and Drinking

Type: Object

Find out how leather jugs were made

Media: Video

Section: Eating and Drinking

Type: Object

Leather jug for serving drinks, 16th - 17th century

Media: Image

Section: Eating and Drinking

Type: Object

Find out how whistles were used to catch birds for eating

Media: Video

Section: Eating and Drinking

Type: Object

Ceramic whistle in the shape of a bird, used to catch birds for eating, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Eating and Drinking

Type: Object

Find out how a Tudor saucepan works

Media: Video

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Ceramic pipkin (a type of saucepan), used for cooking food over a fire, early 17th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Find out how dripping dishes were used to catch the fat from roasting meat

Media: Video

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Ceramic dripping dish used for catching the fat from roasting meat, late 16th - 17th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

See a wooden bowl, which was used for eating from

Media: Video

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Wooden bowl with painted decoration, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

See a Tudor table knife with gold decoration

Media: Video

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Iron table knife with gold decoration, late 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Find out what you can learn about Tudor life from three spoons

Media: Video

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Pewter spoon which has been marked by its owner to show who it belongs to, early 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Pewter spoon with decorated handle, late 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Pewter spoon which is worn on one side and has bite marks, showing its owner was right-handed

Media: Image

Section: Home Cooking

Type: Object

Introduction to the Great Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how the Great Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace was designed

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out what happened in the flesh larder at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how meat was roasted in the Great Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how vast quantities of stew were made in the kitchens at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how peacocks were cooked and prepared for eating at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

See the staircase where food was brought up from the kitchens at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how food was kept safe at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out where Henry VIIIs food was cooked at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out where people ate at Hampton Court Palace, depending on their status at court

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how meals were collected from the Great Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out where food was stored at Hampton Court Palace and how fish was kept fresh

Media: Video

Section: Eating and drinking at Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how Tudor roofs were tiled

Media: Video

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Roof tile with two holes so it could be attached to the roof with pegs, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Find out how brick was used to build fashionable Tudor buildings

Media: Video

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Brick, used to build houses and other buildings, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Find out how a Tudor door key works

Media: Video

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Iron door key, late 15th - 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Find out how tiles were used to decorate floors in rich people's homes

Media: Video

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Decorated floor tile, late 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Home Life and Houses

Type: Object

Find out how Tudor people used candles to light their homes

Media: Video

Section: Heating and Lighting

Type: Object

Ceramic candlestick used to hold a candle, mid-16th - 17th century

Media: Image

Section: Heating and Lighting

Type: Object

Find out how to light a fire using a fire steel

Media: Video

Section: Heating and Lighting

Type: Object

Iron strike-a-light or fire steel, used to start fires, 16th century

Media: Image

Section: Heating and Lighting

Type: Object

Find out how people worshiped saints and went on pilgrimages to holy shrines

Media: Video

Section: Religion

Type: Object

Badge bought by a pilgrim at the shrine of King Henry VI in Windsor as a souvenir of their pilgrimage

Media: Image

Section: Religion

Type: Object

Badge bought by a pilgrim at the shrine of Our Lady of Willesden as a souvenir of their pilgrimage

Media: Image

Section: Religion

Type: Object

St Paul's map image printed from the Copperplate Map, 1559

Media: Image

Section: Religion

Type: Map

Find out about the Dissolution of the Monasteries and why Sir Edward North made Charterhouse his home

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Photo of the cloister at the Charterhouse, a monastery that was closed by King Henry VIII

Media: Image

Section: Monasteries

Type: Photograph

Find out about the medieval cloister at Charterhouse and how it was changed by its Tudor owners

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Find out about the gruesome history of the gate at Charterhouse

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Photo of the gate into the Charterhouse, a monastery that was closed by King Henry VIII

Media: Image

Section: Monasteries

Type: Photograph

Find out about the chapel of Charterhouse and how fragments of the medieval monastery still survive here

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Find out what it was like to live as a monk at Charterhouse

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Find out about the servants' area at the monastery of Charterhouse

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Photo of Wash-house Court (the kitchen area) at the Charterhouse monastery

Media: Image

Section: Monasteries

Type: Photograph

Find out about the medieval monastery of Charterhouse and what happened after it was closed

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Find out why King Henry VIII created the Church of England

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Find out about the monks who refused to recognise King Henry VIII as Head of the Church of England

Media: Video

Section: Monasteries

Type: Location

Introduction to Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out more about how King Henry VIII used Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Master William Thynne explains the arrangements for the wedding of King Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Introduction to the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out about Henry VIII's luxurious tapestries in the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out what the Great Watching Chamber was for at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how courtiers at Hampton Court Palace passed their time and tried to get noticed by the king

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out what guest accommodation was like in Base Court at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how guests were expected to behave when they stayed in Base Court at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out what life was like for guests at Hampton Court Palace and who stayed there

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how Hampton Court palace was decorated with the symbols of Henry VIII and his wives

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out what the queens rooms were like at Hampton Court

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how Queen Elizabeth I heated her bathroom

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Object

Tile from a stove decorated with the initials 'ER' for Queen Elizabeth I

Media: Image

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Object

Find out how important the River Thames was at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out how the gardens were decorated at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out about Henry VIIIs amazing astronomical clock at Hampton Court

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Master William Thynne explains about jobs at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Find out how supplies were delivered to Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

See inside the Clerks Office at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Find out what life was like for pages at Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Location

Master William Thynne explains how the Board of the Green Cloth runs Hampton Court Palace

Media: Video

Section: Hampton Court Palace

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Find out how Henry VIII's palace of Nonsuch was decorated

Media: Video

Section: Nonsuch

Type: Object

Henry VIII's palace of Nonsuch, 1541-1547

Media: Image

Section: Nonsuch

Type: Painting/Illustration

Carved slate decorations from Henry VIII's palace of Nonsuch, 1541-1547

Media: Image

Section: Nonsuch

Type: Object

Moulded plaster (stucco) decorations from Henry VIII's palace of Nonsuch, 1541-1547

Media: Image

Section: Nonsuch

Type: Object

Master William Thynne welcomes you to the wedding day of King Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Mistress Anne Basset gossips about the wives of Henry VIII

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Find out why Katherine Parr wants to marry King Henry VIII

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Listen to Katherine Parr explain how rich Tudor women were educated

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Meet Sir Thomas Seymour who will explain how you should behave at the royal wedding

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Sir Thomas Seymour explains how you should behave when you meet the king

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Sir Thomas Seymour tries to persuade Katherine Parr not to marry King Henry VIII

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

Mistress Anne Basset and Sir Thomas Seymour gossip about the king's marriage to Katherine Parr

Media: Video

Section: The Wedding of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr

Type: Historical Re-enactment

View of Newgate Prison as it would have looked about 1600

Media: Image

Section: Crime and Punishment

Type: Painting/Illustration

John Rogers, vicar of St Sepulchre's church, being burned to death at Smithfield, London, in 1555

Media: Image

Section: The Death Penalty

Type: Painting/Illustration

Henry VII (1457-1509)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Object

Henry VII and Elizabeth of York (top), Whitehall Mural

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Prince Arthur (1486-1502)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Henry VIII (1491-1547) as a young boy

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Object

Christopher Columbus discovers The Americas for Spain

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Henry VIII (1491-1547)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Thomas Wolsey (1473-1530)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Princess Mary, later Queen (1516-1558)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

The Field of the Cloth of Gold

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Anne Boleyn (c.1501–1536)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Queen Jane Seymour (1508/9-1537)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Edward VI (1537-1553)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Anne of Cleeves (1515-1557) wrongly inscribed as Ann de Boleyn

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Sir Thomas Cromwell (c.1485-1540)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Katherine Howard (c.1523-1542)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Katherine Parr (1512-1548)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

History of the Reformation of the Church of England

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Lady Jane Grey (c.1536-1554)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Queen Mary I (1516-1558)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Phillip II (1527-1598), King of Spain

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Cranmer's martyrdom, from John Foxe's book (1563)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Royal Exchange

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

Sir Francis Drake receives knighthood from Queen Elizabeth

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Object

Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-87)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Object

James VI & I (1566-1625)

Media: Image

Section: Other/Timeline

Type: Painting/Illustration

No results found