The Wives of Henry VIII

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History

 

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Phillip D

 

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February 3, 2013

 

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University

 

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As contended by Antonia Frasier in her book The Wives of Henry VIII, there is not much that connects each of his six wives, except for that they were all cruelly treated by Henry and were unwilling victims of his tyranny. Catherine of Aragon was the well-educated daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain...
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As an infant she was engaged to the prince of England and she married Henry's older brother, Arthur, in 1501. She was 16 years old, and he was just a few months younger. When Arthur died, she married the new heir to the throne, Prince Henry. She was able to marry him because she denied that she had ever slept with Prince Arthur in the months of their marriage...
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