King Henry VIII and Queen Catherine of Aragon, Queen Anne Boleyn, the Formation and Meaning of “Protestantism”, Henry VIII Exploiting Religious Division, Catherine of Aragon’s Grave Site With Pomegranates, the Code of Chivalry, Accusations of Infidelity and Incest Toward Boleyn, Boleyn’s Execution, and Queen Jane Seymour

King Henry VIII favored dodging problems by complete avoidance as he felt that when a problem was out of sight, it was out of mind. Henry VIII famously exiled his wife Catherine of Aragon but because both Catherine of Aragon and the pope stood in the way of Henry VIII’s wish for a divorce, Catherine of Aragon remained the lawful queen of England. Anne Boleyn was detested by the people, often hissed and jeered at as she walked through cities, and on one particular occasion, it is said that while ...

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