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Henry Tudor, who later became Henry VII, was born in Pembroke Castle on January 28, 1457.
The testoon from the reign of Henry VII, dating from 1502 and bearing a clear portrait of the first Tudor monarch, was auctioned at Morton & Eden in London.
She goes on to detail the Guard's remuneration and how it adapted to the great household reforms of 1519 and 1526, the nature of its ceremonial duties at court, its members' very real involvement in the military campaigns of both Henry VII and Henry VIII, and the political role of the Guard as members of a wider royal affinity in the localities.
Richard III was killed at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485 which ended the Wars of the Roses and saw Henry Tudor claim the crown, as Henry VII.
THE first recorded fireworks in England were at the wedding of King Henry VII in 1486.
The book covers the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII.
Henry VII died of tuberculosis in 1509, paving the way for his second son CRIMEWATCH BBC1, 9pm Some things are certain in this modern world: death, taxes and the sure knowledge that your shiny new mobile phone will look like an outdated brick in a mere matter of months.
But Henry VII was a winner, who succeeded in passing his throne on to his son, Henry VIII.
After only two years, he was killed at Bosworth Field by the army of a rival claimant to the throne, Henry Tudor, who took over as Henry VII.
2) The inscription is written in the hand of Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII.
This new biographical study of Henry VII is not a biography in the usual sense (like the last by Sean Cunningham in 2007).
During the reigns of Tudor monarchs - from Henry VII to Elizabeth I - he said there was no contemporary recognition of any common thread or even any recognition of the term "Tudor".
1509: Henry VII dies at the age of 52 and his second son accedes to the throne as Henry VIII - his eldest son Arthur having died in 1502 aged 15, a few months after marrying Catherine of Aragon.
Theodor Dumitrescu's meticulous study of musical relations between England and Continental Europe from the accession of Henry VII in 1485 until the eve of the English Reformation in 1530 is the most thorough book-length study of early Tudor court music in nearly half a century.
Nine further images were identified, the last in 2003 being the picture of Louis, until when the manuscript was assumed to have been made for Henry VII of England.