January 24, 1536 - Henry VIII's Jousting Accident
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January 24, 1536 - Henry VIII's Jousting Accident

January 24, 1536 - Henry VIII's Jousting Accident (msn.com)

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interesting comment in here....how different would the world be if he had died there that day....

Review the life timeline.....

King Henry VIII | Britroyals

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Today in history, Henry VIII, fully armored, was thrown from his horse in a joust. His horse, also fully armored, fell on top of him. Henry was unconscious for two hours after the fall, and people thought he had actually died or that his death was inevitable. Many historians see this as the incident that turned the King into the tyrant he was in his later years, for several reasons:

Sorry been watching too much ...Lucy Worsley on PBS...heee...hee

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Timeline for King Henry VIII

Year
Event1509
Henry accedes to the throne on the death of his father, Henry VII.
1509
Henry marries Catherine of Aragon, daughter of the Spanish King and Queen, and widow of his elder brother, Arthur
1511
Henry joins the Holy League against the French. All men under the age of 40 are required to practise archery.
1513
The English defeat the Scots at the Battle of Flodden Field. James IV of Scotland is killed.
1515
Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop of York, becomes Chancellor and Cardinal.
1516
Catherine gives birth to Princess Mary (later Mary I).
1517
Martin Luther publishes his 95 theses against the abuses of the Roman Catholic Church.
1518
The Pope and the Kings of England, France, and Spain pledge peace in Europe
1520
Henry holds peace talks with Francis I of France at the Field of the Cloth of Gold, but fails to get support against Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire.
1525
Hampton Court Palace is completed. William Tyndale publishes The New Testament in English.
1526
Cardinal Wolsey re-establishes the Council of the North
1527
Henry seeks permission from the Pope to divorce Catherine of Aragon but is refused.
1529
Cardinal Wolsey is accused of high treason for failing to get the Pope's consent for the divorce, but dies before he can be brought to trial.
1529
Sir Thomas More becomes Chancellor. Henry starts to cut ties with the Church of Rome.
1531
The appearance in the sky of Halley's comet causes widespread panic and talk of holy retribution
1532
Sir Thomas More resigns from the Chancellorship over the erosion of Papal authority.
1533
Thomas Cranmer is appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and annuls Henry’s 24-year marriage to Catherine of Aragon.
1533
Henry marries Anne Boleyn.
1533
Princess Elizabeth (later Elizabeth I) is born.
1533
Pope Clement VII excommunicates Henry
1534
The Act of Supremacy is passed, establishing Henry as head of the Church of England.
1535
Sir Thomas More is executed after refusing to recognize Henry as Supreme Head of the Church of England.
1535
Thomas Cromwell is made Vicar-General and starts plans to seize the Church's wealth.
1535
First complete English translation of the Bible by Miles Coverdale
1536
Anne Boleyn is executed and Henry marries Jane Seymour
1536
The Act of Union between Wales and England.
1536
Thomas Cromwell begins the dissolution of the monasteries under the 'Reformation'. .
1536
Great northern rising, known as the Pilgrimage of Grace against the dissolution of monasteries.
1537
Jane Seymour dies giving birth to Edward (later Edward VI).
1539
Parliament passes the Act for the 'Dissolution of the Greater Monasteries'. The abbots of Colchester, Glastonbury and Reading are executed for treason.
1540
The last of the monasteries to be dissolved is Waltham Abbey.
1540
Henry marries Anne of Cleves in January but the marriage is annulled in July
1540
Execution of Thomas Cromwell on a charge of treason.
1540
Henry marries Catherine Howard.
1541
Beginning of the Reformation in Scotland under John Knox.
1542
Catherine Howard is executed for treason.
1542
James V of Scotland dies and is succeeded by his 6 day old daughter Mary Queen of Scots.
1543
Henry marries the twice-widowed Catherine Parr, his sixth and last wife.
1543
Treaty of Greenwich proposes marriage between Henry's son Edward and Mary Queen of Scots. However it is repudiated by the Scots 6 months later who want an alliance with France.
1545
Henry's flagship The Mary Rose sinks in the Solent
1546
Henry becomes increasingly ill with what is now believed to be syphilis and cirrhosis.
1547
Death of Henry at the age of 55, survived by Catherine Parr




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Never heard of any of this before. Good stuff, @WingsprintHeartflowers
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You are about to fall in the spell of Lucy Worsley....she tells the sorted stories well ....try and catch her shows

Its all about the periods of England and history...

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The Six Wives of Henry VIII with Lucy Worsley | Guide (sbs.com.au)
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(01-25-2023, 01:09 PM)Wingsprint Wrote: You are about to fall in the spell of Lucy Worsley....she tells the sorted stories well ....try and catch her shows

Its all about the periods of England and history...

[/url]Six Wives with Lucy Worsley S01E01 - video Dailymotion

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The Six Wives of Henry VIII with Lucy Worsley | Guide (sbs.com.au)

I look forward to viewing them, ty! Heartflowers
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(01-25-2023, 01:09 PM)Wingsprint Wrote: You are about to fall in the spell of Lucy Worsley....she tells the sorted stories well ....try and catch her shows

Its all about the periods of England and history...

[/url]Six Wives with Lucy Worsley S01E01 - video Dailymotion

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The Six Wives of Henry VIII with Lucy Worsley | Guide (sbs.com.au)
I've listened to many of er shows. I like her style Heartflowers
Tell me when the kiss
Of love becomes a lie
That bears the scar of sin too deep
To hide behind this fear
Of running unto you
Please let there be light
In a darkened room
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Henry VIII was the King of Hearts! Priceless pendant marking first wedding dug up in field
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Henry VIII was the King of Hearts! Priceless pendant marking first wedding dug up in field

The extraordinary piece of gold jewellery was found in Warwickshire by an enthusiast using a metal detector.


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Great Add Thanks
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