Coronation portrait - 1600 copy of 1558 original (National Portrait Gallery, London)  Previous  Next  List    This is a 1600 copy of a portrait painted of 25-year old Elizabeth Tudor in her coronation robes with her regalia.

Where the Tudor Red-Gold Hair came from

Elizabeth I Queen of England Coronation portrait - 1600 copy of 1558 original (National Portrait Gallery, London) This is a 1600 copy of a portrait painted of old Elizabeth Tudor in her coronation robes with her regalia.

Isaac Oliver "Queen Elizabeth I : The Rainbow Portrait" 1600

With Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn as your parents.it's bound to be complicated. Elizabeth I, Tudor monarch, in the famous Rainbow Portrait. She was the daughter of Ann Boleyn and Henry VIII. About time she had a meme.

This painting is the finest and most compelling portrait of Elizabeth I before her accession. It conveys her beauty, dignity, gentleness and learning. 1546 / Attributed to William Scrots. Probably painted for Henry VIII.

Elizabeth I Queen of England as Princess attributed to William Scrots.This painting is the finest and most compelling portrait of Elizabeth I before her accession. It conveys her beauty, dignity, gentleness and learning.

Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth in the film 'Elizabeth: The Golden Age'. Could the virgin queen be a part of the biggest deception in British history?

Is this proof the Virgin Queen was an imposter in drag? Shocking new theory about Elizabeth I unearthed in historic manuscripts

Queen Elizabeth I: The Ditchley Portrait by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, circa 1592 http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw02079/Queen-Elizabeth-I-The-Ditchley-portrait

Queen Elizabeth I (The Ditchley portrait) by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger. This portrait was commissioned by the queen's champion, Sir Henry Lee of Ditchley. The queen's foot rests near Ditchley in Oxfordshire to commemorate her visit there.

Elizabeth I: one of my favorite rulers in European history

"I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king!" Part of Queen Elizabeth I's famous speech to the troops at Tilbury in 1588

Tudor queen w/red hair. Elizabeth I (1538–1603) was queen of England/ Ireland from 1558 until her death. Elizabeth was the 5th & last monarch of the Tudor dynasty. The daughter of Henry VIII, she was born a princess, but her mother, Anne Boleyn, was executed 2-1/2 yrs after her birth, & Elizabeth was declared illegitimate. When all the family intrigue & in-fighting was said & done, she prevailed & became successor to the Crown

5 Shocking Beauty Secrets From Ancient World History

I love this. It's not the usual 'girl power' bullshit. Queen Elizabeth I of England. Not 'girl' power, absolute power.

It's not the usual 'girl power' bullshit. Queen Elizabeth I of England. Not 'girl' power, absolute power.

English school, Elizabeth I of England, 17th c, Musée national du château de Pau

"Young Lady Elizabeth (école anglaise, XVIIe s., huile sur toile), Musée national du château de Pau, Inc.

1585-1590 Elizabeth I of England in Parliament Robes by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger

"Queen Elizabeth I of England in Parliament Robes w/ Her Favorite Feather Fan" -- Circa -- Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger -- Oil on panel -- Helmingham Hall -- Stowmarket, Suffolk, UK.

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, c.1585. Own your own smock from this iconic painting through Designs From Time. Elizabethan era: 1558-1603

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, (Elizabethan Club of Yale) - my new FAVORITE portrait of Good Queen Bess

Speech by Elizabeth I - "I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England, too."

This document records the famous speech delivered by Queen Elizabeth I to her troops assembled at Tilbury Camp to defend the country against the Spanish Armada.

Facebook News Feed History of the World: Protestant Reformation Through Queen Elizabeth I (Page 4) - CollegeHumor Post

Facebook News Feed History of the World: Protestant Reformation Through Queen Elizabeth I

The actual coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth I.  It is amazing it survived the English Civil War and Cromwell's wrath.  Most of Elizabeth's royal jewels and regalia were melted down or destroyed.

A reproduction costume of the actual coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth I. It is amazing it survived the English Civil War and Cromwell's wrath. Most of Elizabeth's royal jewels and regalia were melted down or destroyed.

Portraits of Queen Elizabeth The First, Part 2: Portraits 1573-1587

1580 Queen Elizabeth I Unknown Artist after Zuccarro COMPOSED Much suspected by me, Nothing proved can be, Quoth Elizabeth prisoner.

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