The morning sun ligfhts the distant fells beyond Lake Buttermere. Taken from Crag Wood, on the northern shore of the lake.
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This Protestant martyr was burned at the stake at Smithfield in 1546
Bishop Gardiner tried to implicate Catherine Parr and Archbishop Cranmer in thie martyr's refusal to accept the doctrine of transubstatiation
The martyr was female!
16 December, 1431
Henry VI crowned King of France
The coronation in Paris is led by Cardinal Beaufort. The expense of this second coronation causes a financial crisis
Who ordered the tide to retreat?
He ruled from 1016-1035
He was the son of Swein Forkbeard