Showing the major tribes of Celtic Wales at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD.
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This cleric and scholar served as tutor to the young Princess Elizabeth, later Elizabeth I
He was secretary to the English ambassador at the court of Charles V, then Edward VI's secretary
His most famous work was Toxophilus (1545)
02 May, 1536
Queen Anne Boleyn charged with treason
Anne was charged with treasonable aldultery, probably a trumped up charge. She would be executed 17 days later.
This king defeated Henry Hotspur at the Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403
He usurped the throne from his cousin, Richard II
His son became Henry V