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Henry VIII, along with almost every male in the sixteenth-century, regarded women a being “weak, frail, impatient, feeble, and foolish” and “void of the spirit of council of regimen.” He was consequently pleased by his wife’s actual remarks, and announced … Continue reading
There is a story about Henry and his last queen, Catherine Parr, told by the martyrologist John Foxe, which is so extraordinary that it hs often been dismissed as malicious legend, if only because it presents the King as ether … Continue reading