Henry the VIII And his six wife's 4 th wife Anne of Cleves Married January 6 th 1540, Greyfriars Church, Greenwich, Marriage- divorced 1540, Died- Natural Causes 1557. 1 st wife Katherine Of Aragon Married June 11 th 1509, Greyfriars Church, Greenwich. Marriage- Divorced- 1533, Died- Natural causes-1536. 2 nd wife Anne Boleyn Married January 25 th 1533, Westminster Abbey, Marriage ended 1536, Died- Tower of London- Beheaded, on May 19 th 1536. 3 rd wife Jane Seymour Married May 20 th 1536, York Place, Marriage ended October 27 th 1537, Died- During childbirth.
Katherine Howard Married July 28 th 1540, Hampton Court Palace, Marriage ended 1542, Died- Tower of London- Beheaded, February 13 th 1542. Catherine Parr Married July 12 th 1543, Hampton Court Palace, Marriage ended with Henry’s death in the January of 1547.
Tudor Houses Tudors had wooden frames and inside the holes in the frame the filled them in with wattle and daub. http://www.3dhistory.co. uk / tudorHouse .html
Tudor Crime and Punishment 70,000 people suffered the death penalty during the reign of Henry VIII. <ul><ul><li>This was a punishment that resulted in your head being chopped off! The heads were sometimes placed on spikes along London Bridge or other places. </li></ul></ul>Beheading Hanging People were hung and strangled for things like stealing, treason, rebellion, riot or murder. Burnt Alive Woman that were found guilty to treason would be burnt alive. Crushed People were crushed by stones or weights. Boiled Alive People were boiled alive for attempting murder. Whipping Every town had a whipping post. You could be whipped for little things like stealing an apple!!! The pillory People were locked in a pillory and people would chuck things at them.
Tudor cures and medicines Headache The Tudors would tightly hold a hangman's rope to there head. Amputation If you had a bad limp they would just chop it off. Sore throat If you had a sore throat you would put butter on a spider and swallow it whole.