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Elizabeth I when a Princess | Royal Collection Trust Attributed to William Scrots (active 1537-53) artist. Provenance: Probably painted for Henry VIII. First recorded in 1547 inventory of Edward VI.

Elizabeth I when a Princess | Royal Collection Trust Attributed to William Scrots (active 1537-53) artist. Provenance: Probably painted for Henry VIII. First recorded in 1547 inventory of Edward VI.

Queen Elizabeth I "I do not want a husband who honours me as a queen, if he does not love me as a woman" "I would rather be a beggar and single than a queen and married."

Queen Elizabeth I "I do not want a husband who honours me as a queen, if he does not love me as a woman" "I would rather be a beggar and single than a queen and married."

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, c.1585. Own your own smock from this iconic painting through Designs From Time. Elizabethan era: 1558-1603

Chemise, Smock, Queen Elizabeth I, Authentic Sleeve Blackwork Reproduction, Elizabethan, Renaissance - MADE TO ORDER

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, c.1585. Own your own smock from this iconic painting through Designs From Time. Elizabethan era: 1558-1603

The bones of Elizabeth I, Good Queen Bess, lie mingled with those of her sister, Bloody Mary, in a single tomb at Westminster Abbey. But are they really royal remains — or evidence of the greatest conspiracy in English history?- very interesting but I think that it's difficult for some men to believe a woman could be so powerful?? Who knows what the bones could reveal

Is this proof the Virgin Queen was an imposter in drag? Shocking new theory about Elizabeth I unearthed in historic manuscripts

The bones of Elizabeth I, Good Queen Bess, lie mingled with those of her sister, Bloody Mary, in a single tomb at Westminster Abbey. But are they really royal remains — or evidence of the greatest conspiracy in English history?- very interesting but I think that it's difficult for some men to believe a woman could be so powerful?? Who knows what the bones could reveal

Speech by Elizabeth I - "I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England, too."

Speech by Elizabeth I - "I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England, too."

A pair of gauntlet gloves that once belonged to Elizabeth I are decorated with embroidered flowers on the cuff.

A pair of gauntlet gloves that once belonged to Elizabeth I are decorated with embroidered flowers on the cuff.

My favorite Queen of them all was Queen Elizabeth 1 - The later years of Elizabeth's reign are sometimes referred to as a Golden Age.

My favorite Queen of them all was Queen Elizabeth 1 - The later years of Elizabeth's reign are sometimes referred to as a Golden Age.

Needlework bag and pin-cushion of Queen Elizabeth I, English, 16th C. In the collection of the Duke of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, Great Britain.

Needlework bag and pin-cushion of Queen Elizabeth I, English, 16th C. In the collection of the Duke of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, Great Britain.

Queen Elizabeth I of England, 16thC, Federico Zuccaro

Queen Elizabeth I of England, 16thC, Federico Zuccaro

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