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Anne_Boleyn - treason ! • Anne’s enemies now had the...

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Anne Boleyn A quick history of her life.
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Hever Castle Anne grew up here before she was sent to France. She went to join the court of Mary, Henry’s younger sister.
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Thomas Boleyn Thomas Boleyn was Anne’s father. He was head of a very powerful family. Anne’s cousins were the Howard family. Where have we heard that name?!
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The White Tower This was part of the Tower of London. Here Anne got ready for her wedding to Henry VIII.
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Anne has longed for baby! Unfortunately it was a girl! Princess Elizabeth was born on 7 th September 1533. Henry did not go to the christening.
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Sir Thomas Wyatt. This was the poet accused of seeing too much of Anne. She was also accused of seeing too much of her music master! This was
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Unformatted text preview: treason ! • Anne’s enemies now had the excuse they needed to be rid of her. The Tower of London • Anne was taken back to the Tower, to the same room as she had been in before her wedding. • If you go to the Tower of London you can see where she carved her name into the wall. The executioner’s block. • Anne was executed but by a French swordsman using a sword instead of an axe. • The date was May 19 th 1536. • Anne wore a red petticoat under a loose, dark grey gown with a white coif holding up her long dark hair. • Anne’s body and head were put into an arrow chest and buried in an unmarked grave near to Tower Green. • This is what it looks like today....
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Nokes during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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