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The war of the roses — Топик
... in this year [1411], that Richard Plantagenet was born to Richard, fifth Earl of Cambridge and Anne Mortimer. His father was the son of Edmund, the ...
Not only did York detest Somerset because of his favouritism with the king, but he also detested the fact that he had been given the office he had previously held in France and the ...
Doubtless this move was not only inspired by York's fear for the conduct of the war in France, but also because he was equally fearful that Somerset might take over the very ... ...
Museums — Топик
... of a man and sometimes it is next to impossible to live without it. It is natural that the first thing that comes to my mind at the mention of the ...
It is natural that the first thing that comes to my mind at the mention of the word "art" is museums.
Rebuilt with the proceeds of the King"s military triumphs, the Castle was converted by Edward III into a fortified palace redolent of chivalry The stone base was and military glory ...
Whether or not Harold, his predecessor as monarch, had been crowned in Edward the Confessor"s Abbey is uncertain - coronations do not seem to have had a fixed location before 1066 ... ...
The House of Yorks — Топик
Izmail State Liberal Arts University Ukrainian ministry of Higher education The chair of English Philology Report The House of York Written by 2nd ...
In the following year, however, he conspired with Henry, Lord Scrope, and Sir Thomas Gray to assassinate the king, Henry V. He may have been bribed by the French king, Charles VI ...
It didn't help Richard much that even before he took the throne he had denounced the Queen "and her blood adherents," impugned the legitimacy of his own brother and his young ... ...
ИНСТИТУТ ИНОСТРАННЫХ ЯЗЫКОВ ФАКУЛЬТЕТ "ЯЗЫКИ И КУЛЬТУРЫ" КУРСОВАЯ РАБОТА НА ТЕМУ: "Династия Плантагенетов в истории Англии" Студент 301 а/и группы ...
He was not easily provoked into passion, but once in passion , not easily appeared, as was seen by his dealing with the Scots; towards whom he showed at first patience, and at last ...
Edward I and Edward II was beautifully described by Sir Richard Baker, in reference to Edward I in A Chronicle of the Kings of England "His great unfortunate was in his greatest ... ...
SCHOOL 1276 WITH PROFOUND THOROUGH OF THE ENGLISH LANGUGE OF THE CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICT OF MOSCOW THE ESSAY "THE HOUSE OF TUDOR" SERGEY ...
While he waited, he continued to treat Catherine as his queen and Mary as his heir.
Repelled by what he perceived as his bride's ugliness, Henry quickly had the marriage annulled and instead married Anne Boleyn's first cousin Katherine Howard....
ENGLAND UNDER HENRY VIII EXAMINATIONAL ESSAY BY NOVIKOV SERGEI 10th "B" GRADE, SCHOOL NO. 1276 MOSCOW - 1999 ENGLAND UNDER HENRY THE EIGHTH. Henry ...
At first they had the best of it; but the English fought with such valour, that, when the Scottish King had almost made his way up to the Royal standart, he was slain, and the ...
His Queen, dying at this time, he proposed, though he was upwards of fifty years old, to marry King Henry's sister, Princess Mary, who, becides, being only sixteen, was bet-...
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On May 21st every year, Eton College and King"s College, Cambridge, honour the memory of their founder, Henry VI, who died very suddenly, and was almost certainly murdered, in the ...
Even in the early days the king was, in theory at least, the "chief of chiefs", and as the royal power spread through the...
GEORGE WASHINGTON By: Katya Zemtsova 9D, school № 17 supervisor: Beletskaya S. A. 2001 Министерство образования Российской Федерации РЕФЕРАТ по ...
To see men without clothes to cover their nakedness," Washington wrote in tribute to the men who suffered with him at Valley Forge, "without blankets to lay on, without shoes, by ...
1) In relying on department heads for advice, much as he had used his war council during the Revolution, he set the pattern for future presidents to consult regularly with their ... ...
1. Great Britain: General Facts e United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) is located on the British Isles. The British Isles consist ...
Edward preferred to be happy in private life rather than to dedicate himself to the royal duties and discharged his duty as a king and emperor in favour of a love affair.
But generally speaking, anybody who learnsto speak and write the standard English of his own country, and to regard that of the other country as a legitimate variety with certain ... ...
Министерство образования и науки Украины Таврический национальный университет Им. В.И. Вернадского Факультет иностранной филологии Кафедра английской ...
Before long, it seemed as if the long-awaited dream of independence was fast becoming a reality: three royal expeditions against Glyndwr failed: he held Harlech and Aberystwyth ...
The boroughs with their large populations of "settlers," had remained thoroughly English in any case, and by the end of 1409, the Welsh rebellion had dwindled down to a series of ... ...
Выполнил: студент 5-го курса Института филологии германо -романского отделения группы 505 Мирзоев Т. А. 1- Introduction - 1 2- The Bell Tower - 2 3 ...
It was during Edward's reconstruction of the western section that he replaced a twin-towered gatehouse built by Henry with the Beauchamp Tower around 1275-81.
After the Restoration, the newly-made regalia was kept in the Martin Tower (known at the time as the Jewel Tower) in sole custody of the Deputy Keeper of the Jewels, a man named ... ...
Theme: "The history of the Tower of London" Ryazan 2002 Contents: 1. The Development of the Tower 2. The Normans 3. The Medieval Tower 4. The Tower in ...
In 1272 King Edward I (1272-1307) came to the throne determined to complete the defensive works begun by his father and extend them as a means of further emphasising royal ...
There is no doubt though that if he had been a weaker king, and had to put up with disorders in London of the kind experienced by his father and grandfather, the Tower would have ... ...
William Shakeseare — Топик
Shakespeare the man LIFE Although the amount of factual knowledge available about Shakespeare is surprisingly large for one of his station in life ...
Stratford; of earning his living as a schoolmaster in the country; of going to London and gaining entry to the world of theatre by minding the horses of theatregoers; it has also ...
Shakespeare had little contact with officialdom, apart from walking-- dressed in the royal livery as a member of the King's Men--at the coronation of King James I in 1604....
... is .only a small country, but every part is different. Scotland is a land of mountains, lakes and romantic castles. The winters are cold, with plenty ...
Henry Tudor, earl of Richmond, now King Henry VII by right of conquest and some other hereditary claims, felt he needed to justify his own actions at the battle of Bosworth.
King Charles II had his own reasons for being offended at the murder of kings, so he placed these bones in the chapel of Henry VII in Westminster Abbey....
The Queen"s House — Топик
The Queen"s House The Duke of Buckingham"s house, which George III purchased in 1762, was designed by the architect William Winde, possibly with the ...
Rebuilt with the proceeds of the King"s military triumphs, the Castle was converted by Edward III into a fortified palace redolent of chivalry The stone base was and military glory ...
An inner gatehouse with cylindrical towers was built at the entrance to the Upper Ward.Stone-vaulted undercrofts supported extensive royal apartments on the first floor with ... ...
University Education There are 44 universities (not counting the Open University) in Britain. Although the Government is responsible for providing ...
Our old English master, our thane, is dead, for he went off with his soldiers when Harold called for his help against the foreigner, and fell beside his king on the day of the ...
The Norman also goes to bed, but not until he has gone round the house with his chief follower, and posted sentinels; for he has no wish to be murdered in his sleep by his new ... ...
Customs and Traditions — Доклад
Customs and Traditions So many countries so many customs, an English proverb says. The combination of the words tradition & custom means a usual ...
He and the Queen had a Christmas tree at Windsor Castle in 1841.
The Cocknevs have kings and queens, too - the 'pearly' kings and queens....
1. Travelling by air .Give your counter reasons in fever of flying. Many people devote ( посвящают ) their lives travelling . They can spend a lot of ...
The old restaurants, such as Prague, were advanced, and at the same time has appeared a lot of new.
London began to expand beyond (Вне) to City walls when King Edward the Confessor built a huge abbey at Westminster....
The Church of England — Топик
МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ НЕЗАВИСИМЫЙ ЭКОЛОГО-ПОЛИТОЛОГИЧЕСКИЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ Реферат по страноведению на тему: "The Church of England" Москва, 2002 The Church of ...
Henry forced Wolsey to retire, as his entire foreign policy had collapsed and he was now of no help to the King.
Although the King and new Queen rejoiced, the silence from the crowd at the coronation spoke for much of England....
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