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Mary Tudor





Born: February 18, 1516, Palace of Placentia, Greenwich
Died: November 17, 1558, St James's Palace, London
Full name: Mary Tudor
Spouse: Philip II of Spain (m. 1554–1558)
Siblings: Elizabeth I of England, Edward VI of England, Henry FitzRoy,some peole also called her Bloody Mary after her death
because she choped 277 heads
off.


Edward VI of England
Born: October 12, 1537, Hampton Court Palace, Molesey
Thomas Seymor
Queen Elizabeth I husband
Thomas Seymor then became
Catherine Parr's husband.
Queen Elizabeth I
Born September 7th 1533
Henry's wives
Henry had six wives. Here are their names in order:
King Henry VIII

Henry VIII born: June 1491 in Greenwich.
In 1509 Hennry VIII became king.

1. Catherine of Aragon
2. Anne Boleyn
3. Jane Seymour
4. Anne of Cleves
5. Kathryn Howard
6. Kaherine Parr
Henry's six wives
Full name: Elizabeth
Tudor

Parents: Henry VIII Anne
Bolyen
She died March 24th 1603at
Richmond Palace in London
He died on January 24
1547 at the Palace of Whitehall, London.
This is a portrait of Thomas
Seymour.
Terrible

Tudors

Parents: Henry VIII of England, Jane Seymour
Siblings: Elizabeth I of England, Mary I of England
Catherine of Aragon

Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymor
Anne of Cleves

Jane Seymour
Kathryn Howard
Katherine Parr
WOW!
Discusting Facts about Tudors
YUCK!
Henry VIII employed someone to clean his bottom.
When Anne Boylen was about to get her head choped of she was saying her prayers they choped her head of and her lips where still mouving.
The Tudors use to have a bath once a year.
Tudors brushed there teeth with sugar and they also used it for currencey
This is what they brush there teeth with.
This is an Tudor toiet.
Tudor toilet is a seat with a bucket underneath
All rich people wore brightly
coloured clothes like red,blue

These are some of the
clothes rich girls would
of wore.
These are the clothes
boys would of worne.
WOW!
The rich
The poor

Poor Tudors wore dull colured clothes
Girls wore these type of clothes
Poor Tudors did chores like clean up chimnes
Wattle and daub

Wattle and daub is what Tudors use to build there houses. They used wooden frames that were filled in with wattle, daub, mortar or bricks.

Wattle is described as the intertwined sticks that are usually placed in a wall between posts.

Daub is a mixture containing soil, clay, sand, animal dung, straw and horse hair.

Thank you for watching 6Rs class
assembley we hope you enjoyed it and learnt a little somthing about Tudors.

Where Tudors nice people?why

Was King Henry VIII a nice King?
why
1. Catherine of Aragon (divorced)
2. Anne Bolyne (beheaded)
3. Jane Seymor (died child birth) RIP
4. Anne of Cleves (divorced)
5. Kathryn Howard (beheaded)
6. Katherine Parr (survived)
Some of Henry's wives where either beheaded or divorced and one died and one survived phew.
Here is what happend to the 6 wives
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