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boleyn-romanov-borgia:

 

Inside Louis XV’s bedchamber.

antonsokolov:

"and lastly and worstly, the seventh scripture warns of the errant mind, a danger which cannot be illustrated for it cannot be seen, listen carefully brothers: when a man appears fractious and speaks of one thing but does another, his mind may be errant, and so open to the drowning of the Outsider …"

The Seven Scriptures of the Abbey of the Everyman, painted by Anton Sokolov exclusively for the Church in appreciation of their permission to visit the Pandyssian Continent c. the Month of High Cold.

queenwydville:

“Henry Tudor and Elizabeth of York married on 18 January 1486. Elizabeth immediately proved to be a successful Tudor wife, because nine months later, the married couple’s first child was born - Arthur Tudor, the Prince of Wales. On 25 November 1487, Elizabeth was crowned queen consort. Elizabeth “was one of the beauties of her age,” with classic English Rose looks - blonde hair, blue eyes, and fair skin - the quintessential English beauty of the time period. She was also apparently quite attractive in her character. Henry was reportedly tall, slim, dark haired, and handsome in the prime of his life. At the time of their marriage, they were probably thought to be the perfect couple. They were young, beautiful, and seemingly pure of heart. They were the founders of a new soon-to-be powerful English dynasty, and they were immediately a success. During the course of their marriage, Elizabeth would give birth to eight children - four of whom would live. Arthur, Margaret, Henry, and Mary.” {x]

queenwydville:

Henry Tudor and Elizabeth of York married on 18 January 1486. Elizabeth immediately proved to be a successful Tudor wife, because nine months later, the married couple’s first child was born - Arthur Tudor, the Prince of Wales. On 25 November 1487, Elizabeth was crowned queen consort. Elizabeth “was one of the beauties of her age,” with classic English Rose looks - blonde hair, blue eyes, and fair skin - the quintessential English beauty of the time period. She was also apparently quite attractive in her character. Henry was reportedly tall, slim, dark haired, and handsome in the prime of his life. At the time of their marriage, they were probably thought to be the perfect couple. They were young, beautiful, and seemingly pure of heart. They were the founders of a new soon-to-be powerful English dynasty, and they were immediately a success. During the course of their marriage, Elizabeth would give birth to eight children - four of whom would live. Arthur, Margaret, Henry, and Mary.” {x]

(Source: gocomics.com)