Tudor England Contents

The Tudor period was one the most exciting in British history. The Tudors were a Welsh-English family that ruled England and Wales from 1485 to 1603, starting with the first monarch King Henry VII (1457–1509). The Tudors ruled for 118 years and Tudor England saw two of the strongest monarchs ever to sit on the English throne: King Henry VIII and his daughter Queen Elizabeth I.

Biographies

MONARCHS: King Henry VII - King Henry VIII - King Edward VI - Queen Mary I - Queen Elizabeth I

THE SIX WIVES OF KING HENRY VIII: Katharine of Aragon - Anne Boleyn - Jane Seymour - Anne of Cleves - Catherine Howard - Katharine Parr

ROYAL RELATIVES: Lady Jane Grey - Mary, Queen of Scots - Princess Mary Tudor - Princess Margaret Tudor - Lady Catherine Grey

TUDOR CITIZENS: Sir Thomas More - The Boleyn Family - Thomas Wolsey - Thomas Cromwell - Thomas Cranmer - Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk

Questions?

Visit the Tudor England FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions, including a brief history of Tudor England.

Portraits

Visit Tudor England: Images to view portraits of the Tudors and their contemporaries.

Quizzes

Test your knowledge of Tudor England at the Quizzes page.

Sources

PRIMARY SOURCES: Read eyewitness accounts of people and events in Tudor England, including letters written by the six wives of Henry VIII.

SECONDARY SOURCES: Read Biographies; Histories; Studies, etc about the Tudor era.

Media

Bibliography - Tudor Films