When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

England ~The Survived White Rose

This board is about England in 1300s-1400s. The seeds of the Red Rose died in 1603. The seeds of the White Rose still live between us
·
530 Pins
 7y
Collection by
A pharmacist and his assistant pound herbs and roots for medical use. From… History, Archaeology, Alchemy, Renaissance, Apothecary, Medicine, Medical History, Herbalism, Sca
Cтаринные аптеки, аптекарское оборудование и посуда.
A pharmacist and his assistant pound herbs and roots for medical use. From…
“Medieval rosaries were frequently made from bone beads. The [above picture… Medieval Life, Medieval Period, Medieval History, Medieval Art, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Jewelry, Medieval Shoes, Ancient Jewelry, Viking Jewelry
“Medieval rosaries were frequently made from bone beads. The [above picture…
Bolsover Castle (Little Castle) cutaway reconstruction (circa 1630) Bolsover, Derbyshire, England Chateau Medieval, Medieval Castle, Castle Mansion, Castle Ruins, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Places, Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Places, Photo Chateau
Page Not Found
Bolsover Castle (Little Castle) cutaway reconstruction (circa 1630) Bolsover, Derbyshire, England
The ring of Joan of Arc (she herself described it during the trial) was sold for £240,000 to 'French government' ~ read more Joan D Arc, Saint Joan Of Arc, St Joan, London In February, Sainte Jeanne D Arc, Eleanor Of Aquitaine, Historical Evidence, Under The Hammer, French Government
Joan of Arc jewellery sold for £240,000 to 'French government'
The ring of Joan of Arc (she herself described it during the trial) was sold for £240,000 to 'French government' ~ read more
Catherine de Valois Queen of England (1401-1437),daughter of Charles VI of France and Isabeau of Bavaria. Tudor History, European History, British History, Renaissance Art, Women In History, World History, Art History
CATHERINE DE VALOIS REINE D'ANGLETERRE
Catherine de Valois Queen of England (1401-1437),daughter of Charles VI of France and Isabeau of Bavaria.
Wars of the Roses: Here are top 10 spots to go to bring this extraordinary period to life Uk History, History Of England, Tudor Facts, Oh The Places Youll Go, Places To Visit, Ludlow Castle, Alnwick Castle, Wars Of The Roses, Cathedral Church
Wars of the Roses: the UK's 10 best heritage sites
Wars of the Roses: Here are top 10 spots to go to bring this extraordinary period to life
Did the Tudors invent the Wars of the Roses?~~ It was in Henry VII’s interests to propagate the concept of a titanic clash of dynasties in the 15th century – and for 500 years we’ve bought the lie... Red And White Roses, Red Roses, Welsh English, Tudor Monarchs, History Essay, Tudor Dynasty, Temple Gardens
Did the Tudors invent the Wars of the Roses?
Did the Tudors invent the Wars of the Roses?~~ It was in Henry VII’s interests to propagate the concept of a titanic clash of dynasties in the 15th century – and for 500 years we’ve bought the lie...
Medieval bedchamber popular in the era of Red and White Wars~ Home, Bedroom, Palaces, Interior, Old Houses, Architecture, Medieval Bed, Medieval Bedroom
Medieval bedchamber popular in the era of Red and White Wars~
Bodleian Library MS. Bodl. 264, The Romance of Alexander in French verse, 1338-44; 101v 14th Century Clothing, Courtly Love, Medieval Romance, Famous Logos, Human Heart, Moyen Age
Bodleian Library MS. Bodl. 264, The Romance of Alexander in French verse, 1338-44; 101v
Early Anglo-Saxon brooches and pendants | 6th-7th C AD Renaissance Jewelry, Vikings, Medieval Hats, Anglo Saxon History, Viking Age
Early Anglo-Saxon brooches and pendants
Early Anglo-Saxon brooches and pendants | 6th-7th C AD
British archaeologists have unearthed the remains of what might be the first queen of Windsor in a 4,400-year-old female skeleton adorned with some of Britain’s earliest gold jewels. The burial was dated to the Copper Age, between 2,200 and 2,500 B.C. — just a century or two after the construction of Stonehenge, which stands about 60 miles to the south-west. Female Skeleton, English Royalty, Mystery Of History, British Monarchy, Interesting History, Prehistory, Paleontology, Ancient Artifacts, Before Us
6 Reasons to Upgrade to RebelMouse from WordPress
British archaeologists have unearthed the remains of what might be the first queen of Windsor in a 4,400-year-old female skeleton adorned with some of Britain’s earliest gold jewels. The burial was dated to the Copper Age, between 2,200 and 2,500 B.C. — just a century or two after the construction of Stonehenge, which stands about 60 miles to the south-west.
Exclusive: Sceptre given in thanks by Henry V to the City of London for funding his forces at the Battle of Agincourt goes on public display for the first time. It will be the first time in its 600 years history that the Crystal Sceptre has been seen by more than a handful of people.Normally it is only removed from its home in the bowels of the City's Guildhall for coronations – the last time for Elizabeth II’s in 1953 –and for the ceremonial swearing in of each new Lord Mayor. Read more ~Telegr Great Thank You, Thank You Gifts, Ancient History, Ornate Details, Tiaras And Crowns
The greatest thank you gift in English history goes on show
Exclusive: Sceptre given in thanks by Henry V to the City of London for funding his forces at the Battle of Agincourt goes on public display for the first time. It will be the first time in its 600 years history that the Crystal Sceptre has been seen by more than a handful of people.Normally it is only removed from its home in the bowels of the City's Guildhall for coronations – the last time for Elizabeth II’s in 1953 –and for the ceremonial swearing in of each new Lord Mayor. Read more ~Telegr
Clothing design from the mid 15th century. Medieval Costume, Medieval Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Dresses, Foto Fashion, Fashion History
Clothing design from the mid 15th century.