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  1. Lady Margaret's wardship of brothers, Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham, and Henry Stafford, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, is one of many examples of how her unique position allowed her in varying aspects to operate beyond the scope of any queen, a position which, instead of hindering or irritating her at all, proved advantageous to the state of the Crown and delineated her as a helpful and ...

  2. Development The reign of Henry VII. Tudor style buildings have several features that separate them from Medieval and later 17th-century design. The earliest signs of the Renaissance appear under Henry VII; whereas most of his building projects are no longer standing, it is actually under him [dubious – discuss] and not his son that the Renaissance began to flower in England, evidenced by ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › JustusJustus - Wikipedia

    Justus Archbishop of Canterbury Gravestone marking the burial site of Justus in St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury Appointed 624 Term ended on 10 November between 627 and 631 Predecessor Mellitus Successor Honorius Other post(s) Bishop of Rochester Orders Consecration 604 by Augustine of Canterbury Personal details Died on 10 November between 627 and 631 Buried St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury ...

  4. Henry III forbade anyone to house or feed Richard. At first, Richard lived at Tarring in the house of his friend Simon, the parish priest of Tarring, visited his entire diocese on foot, and cultivated figs in his spare time. Richard's private life was supposed to have displayed rigid frugality and temperance.