By Tom Pyman For Mailonline. The king is said to have secretly met up with Anne, who he would later marry, at the thatched property in Stoke Mandeville, near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. Henry had started taking an interest in Anne in and pursued her throughout the tail end of his marriage to Catherine, which finished in The monarch is rumoured to have 'wooed' her in the King's Head pub - which still serves customers in the town's Market Square today.
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The object was found near a pond in the Northamptonshire countryside, at the back of Market Harborough Golf Club. At the site, which was once a medieval village known as Little Oxendon, year-old Kev Duckett found a carat gold figurine bearing the apparent likeness of King Henry VI. The treasure hunter from Fleckney told The Harborough Mail that he was beyond thrilled to discover the once-lost item. Duckett, who has been searching for treasure for over 30 years, added that verifying the piece from a replica of the entire crown, kept in Hampton Court Palace in London, in person was a surreal experience. He first unearthed the 1. However, it was his own research that helped identify its origins. George, and the virgin and child.
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A family in England was weeding their garden when they unearthed a valuable treasure — a buried hoard of gold coins dating back to the s, depicting English monarchs from Edward IV to Henry VIII. The hoard — a stash of 63 gold coins and one silver coin — contains money minted over a period of nearly years, from the late 15th to the 16th centuries. This program partners with local people who find historical artifacts in the United Kingdom, so the findings can be documented and studied, the British Museum said in a statement Thursday Dec. Related: In photos: Treasure ship holding gold and emeralds discovered. The coins were likely buried in about , while King Henry VIII was still alive, but it's unknown whether this burial spot was like a piggy bank, where someone regularly deposited coins, or whether the hoard was buried all at once, according to the British Museum.
Born on 28th June , he ruled the country until his death at the age of 55 on 28th January Famous for multiple marriages, having people beheaded, and forming the Church of England, Henry most definitely left a legacy. Henry VII's eldest son was Arthur, and therefore heir to the throne.