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Being Bess: On This Day in Elizabethan History: Queen Elizabeth I Delivers The Golden Speech

Being Bess: On This Day in Elizabethan History: Queen Elizabeth I Delivers The Golden Speech

'Eliza Triumphans'. By William Rogers, 1589. This illustration celebrates England's defeat of the Spanish Armada.

Eliza Triumphans, a woodcut print from 1589 celebrating Queen Elizabeth as the savior of the English people. Attributed to William Rogers.

Stall-plate of the Order of the Garter; copper-gilt and enamelled with arms of Sir Anthony Browne, executor of King Henry VIII's will; bear supporters; leopard or stag.

Stall-plate of the Order of the Garter; copper-gilt and enamelled with arms of Sir Anthony Browne, executor of King Henry VIII's will. In 1524 he was made esquire of the body to King Henry VIII.

1598 Queen Elizabeth 1st

Queen Elizabeth I Unknown Artist. 1598 Queen Elizabeth I with the Cardinal & Theological Virtues Unknown Artist

Portrait of Catherine de Medici,Queen of France by an unknown painter

Caterina de' Medici (Galleria degli Uffizi - Firenze, Toscana Italy) - wife of one King of France; mother to three subsequent Kings of France; two daughters married kings; said to be the most powerful woman in century Europe.

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS. DATA: by Francois Clouet, done 1555. She is 13 years old. Marie Stuart en 1555, Note BROWN eyes.

Mary, Queen of Scots around the age of Mary, Queen of Scots December 1542 – 8 February also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland, was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567 and Queen consort of France from 10 July 1559 to 5 December

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I - Nicholas Hilliard. Detail.

Elizabeth I, the Phoenix Portrait, closeup ~ by Nicholas Hilliard English goldsmith and limner best known for his portrait miniatures of members of the courts of Elizabeth I) of two pins], Detail.

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Blanche Parry kneeling beside Queen Elizabeth I, in the guise of Gloriana, in her memorial at St.Faith's, Bacton Church in Herefordshire. Inscription on the monument includes the phrase, "with maiden Queen a maid did end my life".

208. Syderstone, NORFOLK.

208. Syderstone, NORFOLK.

historysquee:    Elizabeth I   By Richard Burchett   Oil on panel, 1850’s

A departure from the usual presentations of this queen -historysquee: Elizabeth I By Richard Burchett Oil on panel,

Engraving of Queen Elizabeth I  Place of origin:Köln (city), Germany (engraved)  Date:1592 (made)  Artist/Maker:Passe, Crispijn de (I), born 1564 - died 1637 (engraver)  V & A Museum number:E.3000-1960

Queen Elizabeth I

Elizabeth I of England, Crispijn de Passe, engraving, Cologne, Germany. Victoria and Albert Museum accession no.

Queen Elizabeth I (1533 - 1558 - 1603 (70)) the last monarch of the Tudor Dynasty - contemporary portrait now in Westminster School which is located in the abbey close.

Portrait of Elizabeth I of England by an unknown artist, circa at the Westminster School, Westminster Abbey.

A pair of miniature paintings thought to have been commissioned by Elizabeth I to mark the end of her relationship with Robert Dudley.  Elizabeth I often commissioned miniatures as personal gifts. These were made to mark the end of the affair.  They can be dated to 1575. It is the year when Robert Dudley finally gave up his hope of marrying Queen Elizabeth I. Both Elizabeth I & the Earl of Leicester were patrons of the artist, Nicholas Hilliard, "the father of miniatures".

Stamp-sized Elizabeth I miniatures to fetch £80,000

indypendentroyalty: “ A pair of miniature paintings thought to have been commissioned by Elizabeth I to mark the end of her relationship with Robert Dudley. Elizabeth I often commissioned miniatures as personal gifts. These were made to mark the end.

Being Bess: Death Could Not Separate Them: How Elizabeth I Connected to Her Deceased Mother

An embroidered book stitched by Princess Elizabeth Tudor (future Elizabeth I) for her stepmother, Katherine Parr

c 1575 Queen Elizabeth I 1533-1603

This portrait of Queen Elizabeth I is by an unknown artist and is from the period Is there proof the Virgin Queen was an imposter in drag? New theory about Elizabeth I unearthed in historic manuscripts.

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