Anne Boleyn ( /ˈbʊlɪn/, /bəˈlɪn/ or /bʊˈlɪn/);[3][4] c.1501[5] – 19 May 1536) was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of Henry VIII of England and Marquess of Pembroke in her own right.[6] Henry's marriage to Anne, and her subsequent execution, made her a key figure in the political and religious upheaval that was the start of the English Reformation.

Executed Queens: Anne Boleyn

The tragic Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII of England, and Marquess of Pembroke in her own right.

A sketch of Anne Boleyn. Holbein's portraits of her may have been destroyed by Henry VIII

A Holbein sketch of Anne Boleyn. It is said that Holbein's portraits of her may have been destroyed by Henry VIII.

Anne Boleyn B Necklace – Gold-plated Edition

Famous necklace of Anne Boleyn. She owned three similar necklaces: one with an A, one with a B, and one with an AB. It is rumoured that her jewels were passed down to Elizabeth I, and that pearls from Elizabeth I are in the crown of Elizabeth II.

Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn | This portrait hangs in Hollyrood Palace, Edinburgh Scotland.

Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn Mary Boleyn (c. July was a member of the English Boleyn family, which enjoyed considerable influence during the reign of King Henry VIII of England. Mary was the sister of Queen consort Anne Boleyn.

Anne Boleyn's letter (dated 29 April 1529) to Stephen Gardiner:  link includes transcript

Anne Boleyn’s Letter to Stephen Gardiner. This letter was written by Anne Boleyn on 4 April Not many of Anne’s letters from the period of the divorce survive and, furthermore, it demonstrates the personal interest Anne took in the divorce proceedings.

"ER RING" The ring was removed from Elizabeth I’s finger after her death on March 24th 1603. It is mother-of-pearl, the band set with rubies. The ‘E’ has diamonds set over a blue enamel ‘R’. A pearl is also clearly visible. This ring's stunning façade hides a secret – the head is hinged and within it lie two miniature enamel portraits, one of Elizabeth c. 1575 and one of an unnamed woman wearing a costume of Henry VIII’s reign. It is thought that she is Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth's mother.

Queen Elizabeth I’s locket ring, taken from her hand at her death. ER (Elizabeth Regina) in diamonds and blue enamel on outside; inside, a portrait of herself and her mother, Anne Boleyn, who was executed when Elizabeth was two years old.

Shoes worn by Queen Anne Boleyn, Queen Elizabeth I's mother

These were orignally credited as "shoes worn by Queen Anne Boleyn." They actually belong to the Northampton Museums & Art Gallery and do not have date or provenance.

hidden portrait.... Anne Boleyn beneath Elizabeth painting?

XRays reveal a hidden portrait. Anne Boleyn beneath Elizabeth I painting?

Elizabeth I and her mother, Anne Boleyn (on the right).

Being Bess: Death Could Not Separate Them: How Elizabeth I Connected to Her Deceased Mother Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn's bedroom at Hever castle

Anne Boleyn's bedroom at Hever castle

The six badges, Personal Emblems, of the wives of Henry VIII.-Left to right:   Katharine of Aragon: a crowned Pomangranate, native of Spain.  Anne Boleyn: a crowned falcon, the Boleyn falcon.  Jane Seymour: a crowned pheonix, mythical creature representing immortality,  Anna of Cleves: The badge of Cleves.  Kathryn Howard: The Tudor Rose.  Catherine Parr: Tudor rose sprouting a crowned maiden.

6 wives of henry viii Katharine of Aragon: a crowned Pomangranate, native of…

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