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Finding the Grave of Anne of Cleves

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Looking for a Queen of England in Peterborough,burial site of Catherine of Aragon.

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The embalmed heart of Richard the Lionheart (1199 A.D.)

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Richard the Lionheart's mummified heart analysed

http://www.bbc.com/news/science-envi...609783?SThisFB
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Robert the Bruce’s lost tomb reconstructed in 3-D

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Graves discovered in King Henry I dig

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Catherine of Braganza (1638-1705)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King Charles II of England
Buried - Jeronimos Monastery, Lisbon, Portugal
Charles II's Queen Consort, Catherine of Bragança, now lies in the Braganza family mausoleum, at the Church of Sao Vicente de Fora in Lisbon, along with many of the Kings and Queens of the Bragança dynasty.
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Another car park, another King: 'Henry I's remains' found beneath tarmac at Reading Gaol.

Another car park, another King: 'Henry I's remains' found beneath tarmac at Reading Gaol


Has ANOTHER King been found under a car park? Henry I may be under tarmac in Reading

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On 21st November 1559,Death of the Lady Frances Grey,Duchess of Suffolk and was buried at Westminster Abbey.

2 Photos of her splendid tomb effigy.

http://www.westminster-abbey.org/__d...ight-photo.jpg

http://www.westminster-abbey.org/__d...-monument.jpeg
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My favorite of Henry VIII's queens. How sad that she and her daughter Mary were not permitted to lie in rest together as per Mary I's wish....but Mary was so unpopular at the time of her own death that it does not surprise me that he wishes were ignored. I wonder if she(Mary) was even accorded a proper Catholic Requiem Mass?

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My favorite of Henry VIII's queens. How sad that she and her daughter Mary were not permitted to lie in rest together as per Mary I's wish....but Mary was so unpopular at the time of her own death that it does not surprise me that he wishes were ignored. I wonder if she(Mary) was even accorded a proper Catholic Requiem Mass?

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Here is an article I found on the Funeral of Mary I,her beloved and staunchly Catholic cousin,Lady Margaret Douglas was the chief mourner,something I had forgotten.

https://tudorsandotherhistories.word...d-a-king-also/
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The corpses of 10 Kings and Queens of England exhumed centuries after death


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Discovering King Henry I in Reading Abbey could increase tourism to the town.

Wouldn't it be amazing if they discovered the royal burials at Reading Abbey!The King,his 2nd wife,Adeliza of Louvain were buried behind the High Altar at the end of the Abbey.Others buried here at the Abbey included Constance of York, Countess of Gloucester,Reginald de Dunstanville, 1st Earl of Cornwall,Anne de Beauchamp, 15th Countess of Warwick and William IX, Count of Poitiers.





Discovering King Henry I in Reading could increase tourism to the town - Get Reading
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Margaret of York,Duchess of Burgundy and sister to two kings of England was buried at the Franciscan church of Malines in 1503 at her express wishes.Her funeral Monument no longer survives as it 1566 the church was ransacked by Calvinists during the Iconoclasm fury of that summer and again in 1580 by the English Fury.It was assumed her remains were also desecrated but in Feruary 1955 workemen digging in the choir of the church discovered by complete accident a lead coffin with the remnants of a skeleton and following extensive examinations it was determined that the remains were remains of a woman of about fifty years of age, tall, with relatively narrow shoulders, a wide pelvis and slender limbs.

Was this the remains of Margaret of York?

http://www.richardiii.net/downloads/...se_macabre.pdf
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