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ข้อมูลที่เกี่ยวข้องกับหัวข้อ เฮ น รี่ ที่ 8.

ในวิดีโอ “ในวันนี้ในประวัติศาสตร์ทิวดอร์” ในวันนี้ แคลร์ ริดจ์เวย์ ผู้ก่อตั้งสมาคมทูดอร์พูดถึงสาเหตุที่ Epiphany 1540 เป็นวันสำคัญของกษัตริย์เฮนรี่ที่ 8 และแอนน์แห่งคลีฟส์ สมาชิก Tudor Society สามารถหาข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับวิธีการเฉลิมฉลอง Epiphany ในการพูดคุยของ Claire ได้ที่.

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January 6 - The marriage of Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves
January 6 – The marriage of Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves

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เฮ น รี่ ที่ 8 – การค้นหาที่เกี่ยวข้อง.

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January 6 – The marriage of Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves

เฮ น รี่ ที่ 8.

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40 thoughts on “January 6 – The marriage of Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves | เฮ น รี่ ที่ 8 | แชร์ข่าวดาราทุกวัน”

  1. I Know this is a older video, but thank you non the less for sharing, Anne of Cleaves is my favorite of King Henrys wife's. In my opinion his smartest and prettiest wife!

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  2. 🇦🇺🦘 Enjoyed hearing about how the Feast of the Epiphany is celebrated in Spain. Also, interesting (to say the least) to know that Henry VIII blamed his disasterous wedding night on his bride, Anne of Cleves.

    Poor Anne. It was Henry who had 'a problem' and not Anne. He used her as an excuse. How aweful for her, knowing what he had said to others, and what came after (he leaving her to marry another). Anne was a strong lady indeed. Thank you Claire 👑👍

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  3. I’m sure it has been pointed out by more knowledgeable people than I that she was lucky. He beheaded those he could do the deed with. It’s sort of a Story of Ruth in ways.

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  4. King Henry VIII was a cowardly closet homosexual who abused women and children as a sign of manly might and kingly courage. No man was ever so unfit to rule as he, and no male monarch has ever proven it so completely.

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  5. What I don't understand about Henry VIII was his attitude towards marriage. Royals back then, married not for love but for political advantage. Kings routinely kept mistresses just for pleasure, so what was wrong with Henry? Could he have not just consummate his marriage with Anne of Cleves, try for a son, and carry on. To say that Anne was so unappealing that he could not do the deed sounds suspicious. I bet he could not do it with Kathryn Howard either because he was probably impotent at that point due to ill health. Anne was lucky because she received a good settlement while poor Kathryn Howard, a mere teenager, was executed. In my opinion, Henry VIII was the most selfish and tyrannical monarch in English history, and serves him right that his dynasty ended despite all his efforts.

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  6. I simply love your Christmas llamas and thank you for the explanation of Epiphany celebrations. I’m in the US and Christmas pretty much ends here on Dec 26. However, the Orthodox Christians here still have their big celebration on January 6 and can take advantage of the post-Christmas sales LOL

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  7. Really funny how traditions are similar. In the Netherlands, kids put out their shoes on the 5th of December (and some days before) to receive sweets from Sinterklaas (Saint Nicholas).

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  8. Yes, I definitely think Anne of Cleves was the smartest of all of King Henry VIII's wives. She gave him what he wanted, a divorce, and made out like a boss in the process!!!

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  9. I am shocked with the news that Henry the eighth was unable to consummate the marriage. From what I read before, he bedded just about every maiden or married woman in the court or wherever his eye roamed. She lucked out by keeping her head and her virtue. This is an amazing video series where I learn so much about small facts that have been omitted from boring histories of the period.

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  10. Anne has always been my favorite of Henry's wives. Clever enough to unload the old boy, get a nice chunk of change, and was in control of her life. I think she influenced Elizabeth's decision regarding Marriage.

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  11. I also saw years ago a portrait of Anne of Cleves's sister and she was for that time period very pretty. I also read that he was insulted by Anne because she did not recognize him as the king when they first met and he was in disguise. Didn't Holbein paint her portrait? Why would he enhance her beauty? The king would soon realize that she was not attractive if he did so. The king was old fat and smelly with ulcerated legs. How could any young woman find that attractive? Maybe he had diabetes. He was more than likely impotent anyway. Lucky for her.

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  12. Wow. As a kid we would always keep our tree up until the 6 or 8 of January. My father was Italian my mom Irish both raised strict Catholics. and I only was told by them it was called little Christmas..So this I guess is why. Thank you for the explanation.

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  13. I have always wondered why we say there were 3 wise men when the bible does not say that. It says there were 3 different types of gifts but doesnt give the number of wise men?

    9After they had heard the king, they went on their way, and the star they had seen in the east went ahead of them until it stopped over the place where the child was. 10When they saw the star, they were overjoyed. 11On coming to the house, they saw the child with his mother Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped Him. Then they opened their treasures and presented Him with gifts of gold and of incense and of myrrh. 12And having been warned in a dream not to go back to Herod, they returned to their country by another route.

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  14. Always the women's fault. She ended up better off that's for sure. Very interesting. Have a happy day of the epiphany. I like your cute Christmas lama sweater. Thank you.

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  15. Hello again! I enjoyed learning about 3 kings day in Spain. I didn't know you lived there. I assumed you live in England. Sorry! How interesting to live there. Would like to hear more about it. I do love your sweater & I will miss it! Thanks again for sharing with us. Peace & love from Wisconsin. 💞✌👍☺🏰👑

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  16. good for her , that he " found her such " ……………out of all henry's wives , anne of cleves , fared the best………….good for her……….. thank you , for the share………..

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