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Should Anne Boleyn be Pardoned and Reburied as Queen?

| May 26, 2011

Should Anne Boleyn be Pardoned and Reburied as Queen?

Before I start this article, I would just like to say that I am not criticising anyone’s beliefs or views and I realise that this is a very controversial topic which will undoubtedly lead to heated comments, but I just needed to state my own position on this subject and reaffirm what my mission is […]

The Arrow Chest by Robert Parry

| January 6, 2011

The Arrow Chest by Robert Parry

One of the best books I read last year was Robert Parry’s “Virgin and the Crab”, a truly magical novel about Elizabeth I and her friend and adviser, John Dee, so I was very excited when Robert told me about his new book “The Arrow Chest” which was released on the 4th January. I promise […]

Anne Boleyn’s Body Found?

| September 2, 2010

Anne Boleyn’s Body Found?

In my previous article, “Anne Boleyn’s Remains – The Exhumation of Anne Boleyn”, I wrote about the restoration of St Peter ad Vincula Chapel in 1876 and the exhumation of the bodies in the chancel, including that of Anne Boleyn. But did the skeleton found actually belong to Anne Boleyn? Alison Weir1 thinks not. No, […]

Anne Boleyn’s Remains – The Exhumation of Anne Boleyn

| August 30, 2010

Anne Boleyn’s Remains – The Exhumation of Anne Boleyn

I decided to write this article because there is so much false information out there about the restoration work at St Peter ad Vincula Chapel in the 19th century, the exhumation of Anne Boleyn and various other Tudor remains, and Anne Boleyn’s resting place. I recently purchased a copy of the 1877 “Notices of the […]

Tower of London

| June 19, 2009

Tower of London

The Tower of London is famous for being the sight of much bloodshed and for being the prison of many hundreds, if not thousands, of people since it was first built by William the Conqueror in the late 11th century. For us, the Tower of London is important because it is where Anne Boleyn spent […]

****NEWSFLASH – Anne Boleyn Files News – NEWSFLASH****

| June 19, 2009

****NEWSFLASH – Anne Boleyn Files News – NEWSFLASH****

Wow, what a week! Not only have I had Henry VIII taking over the blog (read posts below for information about Henry VIII events this weekend!) but I’ve also been busy doing lots of other stuff – manic! Here’s what I’ve been up to:- Launching the new jewellery range – Daniela’s replicas of jewellery worn […]

Anne Boleyn’s Final Resting Place

| June 18, 2009

Anne Boleyn’s Final Resting Place

As you all know, Anne Boleyn, second wife and Queen Consort to Henry VIII, was executed on 19th May 1536 at the Tower of London after being convicted of treason, adultery and incest. I’ve already written a blog post on her final resting place at the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula in the Tower […]

Natalie Dormer Finds Out More About Anne Boleyn

| May 27, 2009

Fellow Anne Boleyn fan, Kimberly has just posted a great video on her blog and I just had to share it here. In it, Natalie Dormer retraces Anne’s steps in the Tower of London with historian Tom Stammers. Natalie visits the apartments where Anne was imprisoned, sees Tudor grafitti, learns more about Anne’s behaviour and […]