Catherine of Aragon and her friends
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Published by Fordham University Press in New York .
Written in English



  • Great Britain


  • Catharine, of Aragon, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England, 1485-1536,
  • Queens -- Great Britain -- Biography,
  • Great Britain -- Court and courtiers -- History -- 16th century

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 253-257.

Statementby John E. Paul.
LC ClassificationsDA333.A6 P3 1966a
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 263 p.
Number of Pages263
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5985923M
LC Control Number66015774

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Catherine of Aragon and her friends. New York, Fordham University Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Catherine, of Aragon Queen consort of Henry VIII King of England; Katharina, England Königin; Catherine, of Aragon Queen consort of Henry VIII King of England: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.   Catherine was the youngest daughter of the Spanish rulers Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. In she married Prince Arthur, eldest son of King Henry VII of England. Arthur died the following year, and shortly afterward she was betrothed to Prince Henry, the second son of . From inside the book. affairs Anne Boleyn Archbishop asked became Bishop Bridgettines Buckden Campeggio cardinal Catherine of Aragon chaplain Chapuys Church confessor council counsellors Countess of Salisbury Cranmer Cromwell Cuthbert Tunstall daughter death divorce Dona Elvira Duke Edward Catherine of Aragon and her friends, Volume. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Catherine of Aragon, daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, is the first wife of England's Henry VIII. Though a foreigner, to the end she is deeply loved by the English people. But that does not save her from Henry's machiavellian machinery when she fails to produce a male heir to secure the Tudor dynasty. Other 'friends' of Catherine of Aragon: *Ambassadors Chapuys and Mendoza (both sought the interests of the queen and even asked her to beseech her nephew, the Holy Roman Emperor to intervene on. Posted By Claire on January 7, On this day in history, 7th January , at two o’clock in the afternoon, Catherine of Aragon died at Kimbolton Castle. She had been ill for a few months but felt worse after drinking a draught of Welsh beer in December and this, combined with the embalmer’s report that all of her organs were healthy apart from her heart, “which was quit black. In her book on Henry’s six wives, Alison Weir argues that Catherine “was a religious woman of sound principles; it is far less likely therefore that she was guilty of deception than that she was telling the truth” 6 and I have to agree with her. Catherine’s Age. Catherine of Aragon was born on the 16th December making her only five.

  Catherine of Aragon was King Henry VIII's first wife. Her refusal to agree to an annulment of their marriage led to the creation of the Church of England. Paul, John E. Catherine of Aragon and Her Friends. New York: Fordham University Press, In this source, the story of Catherine and her closest friends is described. A brief, sufficient background of Catherine is given so there can be a valid appreciation of the . Catherine of Aragon was the last child born to the two reigning monarchs, or rulers, of Spain, King Ferdinand of Aragon (–) and Queen Isabella of Castile (–). Catherine was described as a small and plump princess with pink cheeks, light skin, and reddish-gold hair. The section on Catherine of Aragon went into detail about the diplomatic decisions that she made, and also the relationship between Catherine and her daughter, Mary. The book was relatively easy to read, and is good for some specific information on her family life and relations, and also her political influence over Spain and England.