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.

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.

The Coronation Gloves of Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II kept at Dents

The Coronation Gloves of Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II kept at Dents

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.

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 OF ENGLAND (1533–1603), last TUDOR monarch over England reigned 1558–1603 ~

ELIZABETH I OF ENGLAND (1533–1603), last TUDOR monarch over England reigned 1558–1603 ~

facial reconstructions of queen elizabeth I - Google Search

facial reconstructions of queen elizabeth I - Google Search

Elizabeth I Playing the Lute c. 1580 by Nicholas Hilliard

Elizabeth I Playing the Lute c. 1580 by Nicholas Hilliard

My favorite Queen of them all was Queen Elizabeth 1 - The later years of Elizabeth's reign are sometimes referred to as a Golden Age.

My favorite Queen of them all was Queen Elizabeth 1 - The later years of Elizabeth's reign are sometimes referred to as a Golden Age.

Portrait Elizabeth I c. 1595 oil on panel Dimensions 89 x 63 cm Trustees of Ampleforth Abbey: sold Sothebys sale L11033, 6 July 2011

Portrait Elizabeth I c. 1595 oil on panel Dimensions 89 x 63 cm Trustees of Ampleforth Abbey: sold Sothebys sale L11033, 6 July 2011

It is often said that we do not know how Elizabeth I felt about her mother, Anne Boleyn, and it is widely written that she only spoken of her twice in her entire life...Using a surprising amount of contemporary evidence and a little bit of conjecture based on fact, we can, in fact determine how Elizabeth felt about Anne.-BB. Read more in "Death Could Not Separate Them: How Elizabeth I Connected to Her Deceased Mother"…

It is often said that we do not know how Elizabeth I felt about her mother, Anne Boleyn, and it is widely written that she only spoken of her twice in her entire life...Using a surprising amount of contemporary evidence and a little bit of conjecture based on fact, we can, in fact determine how Elizabeth felt about Anne.-BB. Read more in "Death Could Not Separate Them: How Elizabeth I Connected to Her Deceased Mother"…

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?

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?

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