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6 November – A meeting, a procession and an abandoned queen

| November 6, 2016

6th November was quite a busy day in Tudor history! We have Mary Tudor’s entry into Paris, following her coronation on this day in 1514; we have the first meeting of Catherine of Aragon and Arthur Tudor, on this day in 1501; and then we have Henry VIII abandoning Catherine Howard at Hampton Court Palace […]

5 November 1514 – The coronation of Mary Tudor, Queen of France

| November 5, 2016

5 November 1514 – The coronation of Mary Tudor, Queen of France

On this day in history, Sunday 5th November 1514, Mary Tudor, sister of Henry VIII, daughter of the late Henry VII, and the new wife of King Louis XII of France, was crowned Queen of France by the Bishop of Bayeux at the Abbey Church of Saint-Denis (Basilique Saint-Denis), just outside of Paris. The eighteen-year-old […]

5 November 1514 – Mary Tudor is crowned Queen of France

| November 5, 2015

5 November 1514 – Mary Tudor is crowned Queen of France

On Sunday 5th November 1514, Mary Tudor, sister of Henry VIII and the new wife of King Louis XII of France, was crowned Queen of France by the Bishop of Bayeux at the Abbey Church of Saint-Denis (Basilique Saint-Denis), just outside of Paris. Louise of Savoy recorded: “On the fifth day of November 1514, the […]