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King Henry VIII

English IV
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Tiany Canales-Cruz

on 30 January 2013

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The Palace of Placentia in Greenwich was birthplace to King Henry the 8th. Born in Greenwich, United Kingdom/ June 28,1491

Place of death London, United Kingdom/ January 28,1547.

He was buried in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Enjoyed art, music, and culture.
He spoke French, Latin and Spanish.
A Talented Musician and Composer.
He was a fond of Dancing , Archery,Tennis,and Hunting.
Henry was a really flamboyant man, his wardrobe consisted of brocade,ermine,satin,velvet and huge attracting jewels. Interesting Relevant Information By: Tiany Canales
Asucena Benitez
Mariela Mireles
Danielle Munoz King Henry VIII This is the main entrance to King Henry's Hampton Court Palace.(It is said to be haunted today). Became heir to throne in 1509 after his brother and father died.
In 1521he was given the title "Defender if the Faith" by the Pope. He was given this title because he wrote a book attacking Martin Luther and supporting the Roman Catholic church. King Henry the 8th assumes the title of "Protector and Supreme Head of the English Church." King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk. Henry's Wifes Important Outcomes King Henry VIII married six times.

King Henry Had 6 wives in hopes of having a boy!

His third wife Jane Seymour finally gave birth to Henry's long-hoped-for son Edward.

He had 2 wives executed.

Henry turned his country into a Protestant nation.

By 1534 King Henry VIII broke with the Church in
Rome and passed the Act of Supremacy making King
Henry VIII the head of the newly established Church of
England Well known for the Reformation. When he broke with the Roman Catholic Church and established the Church of England, so he would be able to get his first divirce. Windsor Castle. Tower of London. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-wvu1CXkGpBg/TvdkmG3mHaI/AAAAAAAAAZE/L3nzlahwZaU/s1600/edward-holbein.jpg http://www.biography.com/people/henry-viii-9335322?page=1
http://www.sixwives.info/interesting-facts-henry-viii.htm Henry was believed to died from untreated type II diabetes
His doctors were afraid to tell him that he was dying because the Treason Act forbade anyone from predicting the death of the king
His daughter Mary prosecuted Protestants and was responsible for executing 300 people and has therefore been referred to as Bloody Mary ever since. http://www.biography.com/people/henry-viii-9335322?page=1 http://cdn.dipity.com/uploads/events/a51a56c76bd6f5e06a43d527aa24fa00_1M.png Works Cited encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Jan. 2013. <http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Henry_VIII.aspx>.
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Who Was Henry VIII? History Today. Web. 28 Jan. 2013. <http://www.historytoday.com/about-us>. How is he remembered...
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