The Tudor Monarchs

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Mary I Biography Part 1
Princess Mary

Mary I Biography Part 2
Queen Mary

Mary I's Will

The Chronicle of Queen Jane and Two Years of Queen Mary

Queen Mary: A Drama by Alfred Lord Tennyson

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'Marye the quene' - Mary I's signature Various Documents
Miniature of Mary by Lucas Hornebolte. The lettering on her bodice reads "The Emperor" NPG London
 A sketch of the Princess Mary, by Hans Holbein c. 1536 The Royal Library at Windsor Castle

The Family of Henry VIII c. 1545, painted by an unknown artist. Oil on canvas, 141 x 355 cm.

Left to Right: 'Mother Jak', The Lady Mary, Prince Edward, Henry VIII, Jane Seymour, The Lady Elizabeth and Wil Somers

The Royal Collection; On Display at Hampton Court Palace
Mary from the above painting The Royal Collection; On Display at Hampton Court Palace
Mary at the age of 28, by Master John NPG London
The Family of Henry VIII. Left to right: Philip and Mary with War, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Elizabeth I with Peace and Plenty National Museum of Wales, on loan to Sudeley Castle
Mary I as Queen, by Hans Eworth NPG London
Mary in 1554 by Mor The Prado, Madrids
Queen Mary Society of Antiquaries
An Italian marble bust of Queen Mary from the late 16th century In the collection of the Earl of Scarsborough. At Leeds Castle
A medallion from Mary's reign at the British Museum Photograph by Lara E. Eakins
Mary and her husband Philip of Spain. Oil on canvas, English School, 17th century  National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
Stained glass window donated by Mary and Philip. Painted and designed by Dirck Crabeth, 1557. Sint Janskerk, Gouda, The Netherlands
The head of Mary's funeral effigy at Westminster Abbey Dean and Chapter of Westminster
The tomb of Mary and Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey. Dean and Chapter of Westminster
The Latin translates: "Partners both in throne and grave, here rest we two sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, in the hope of one resurrection." Dean and Chapter of Westminster