Crime & Punishment In Tudor England the punishment sure was harsh! During the reign of Henry VIII over 70,000 people were executed. People even got put in stocks!
Tudor Buildings As you can see, Tudor buildings varied widely from a small Tudor design of a family home in Norwich (pictured left) to Blickling Hall near Alysham (pictured right). Most Tudor buildings were quite different but had the same design.
Henry VIII (1509-1547) Henry VIII was born on 28th June 1491 and died on 28th January 1547. Henry VIII was the second monarch in the House of Tudor. Henry VIII was given a first-rate education, becoming fluent in Latin, French and Spanish
Henry VIII’s 6 wives Divorced, beheaded and died, Divorced, beheaded, survived, I’m Henry VIII, I had six sorry wives, Some might say I ruined their lives.
Sir Francis Drake Sir Francis Drake is famous Elizabethan admiral who was born in Tavistock (Devon) around about 1540. He travelled around the world to make maps more accurate; it did take him three years (1577-1580) but he must have enjoyed it.