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Brass effigies of Agnes Salmon (d. 1418) formerly principal lady-in-waiting to Beatrice, Countess of Arundel and her husband (d. 1430) chamberlain to Henry V of England

Brass effigies of Agnes Salmon (d. formerly principal lady-in-waiting to Beatrice, Countess of Arundel and her husband (d. chamberlain to Henry V of England

Green linen chemise by Eva. Part of a 12th cent. outfit and worn under a bliaut. Pleats were created using running stitches, then the garment was soaked and twisted (broomstick skirt style)

Green linen chemise by Eva. Part of a 12th cent. outfit and worn under a bliaut. Pleats were created using running stitches, then the garment was soaked and twisted (broomstick skirt style)

Gigantesque truffeau de Béatrice d'Arundel

Beatrice of Portugal, Countess of Arundel - Daughter of Joao I and Ines Peres. She married Thomas Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel in

Dorothea af Brandenburg - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi my 17th great grandmother.[Dorothea von Brandenburg (Hohenzollern), Dronning af Danmark, Norge og Sverige ]

Queen Dorthea (Von Brandenburg) wife of King Christian I Oldenburg . Mother of Margaret of Who was Queen of Scotland from 1469 to 1486 as the wife of King James III. Queen Dorothea was grandmother of King James the IV who's wife was Margaret Tudor.

King James V of Scotland, son of Margaret Tudor, and Queen Marie de Guise, parents of Mary, Queen of Scots

King James V of Scotland, son of Margaret Tudor, and Queen Marie de Guise, parents of Mary, Queen of Scots. Marie was the second wife of King James V. She served as regent of Scotland in her daughter's name from 1554 to

Margaret Countess of Lennox Henry VIII's neice marble tomb, recumbent effigy 1578 showing her robes of state. - Stock Image

Margaret Countess of Lennox Henry VIII's neice marble tomb, recumbent effigy 1578 showing her robes of state.

Portrait of Elizabeth of York (1466-1503), amongst English Royalty was a daughter to a king, niece to a king, wife to a king, mother to a king and grandmother to a queen.

A century miniature of Elizabeth of York. She was the daughter of a king (Edward IV), the sister of a king (Edward V), the niece of a king (Richard III), the wife of a king (Henry VII), the mother of a king (Henry VIII)

Jaqueline, Condessa de Hainaut – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Jaqueline, Condessa de Hainaut – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Jean Perréal (French artist, c 1451-c 1531) Anne de Bretagne

The Early Tudor white band unimportant mystery or the key to Tudor gown construction?

A Young Woman, possibly Anne de Dreux, ca. 1490 (Unknown Artist) Location TBD - I like the hood.

Erzherzogin Magdalena, daughter of Ferdinand I. von Habsburg Österreich by Giuseppe Arcimboldi, ca. 1563. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum    Amazing zoomed in detail on original (follow the link)

I love that Arcimboldo casually has normal portraiture in addition to his cray amazing stuff/ Erzherzogin Magdalena, Tochter des Ferdinand I. von Habsburg Österreich by Giuseppe Arcimboldi, 1563

Elizabeth Woodville (?1437-1492) consort to Edward IV - by a British artist ca. 1500 - Ashmolean Museum...Through her daughter Elizabeth of York, she is ancestor to every English monarch since Henry VIII and every Scottish monarch since James V. The White Queen.

Queens Consort: England's Medieval Queens by Lisa Hilton

Queen Elizabeth Woodville (c. 1437 – 8 June Wife of Edward IV, mother of Elizabeth of York, Henry VIII's grandmother.

Mary of Guise (Queen of Scotland)

Mary of Guise, wife of James V of Scotland & mother of Mary Queen of Scots, by Richard Burchett part of his series of portraits at the Palace of Westminster telling the Tudor story

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