Anne Seymour, Duchess of Somerset (née Stanhope; c. 1510 – 16 April 1587) was the second wife of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (c. 1500–1552), who held the office of lord protector during the first part of the reign of their nephew King Edward VI. The Duchess was briefly the most powerful woman in England.
08/04/2016 · Anne Seymour is an interesting character from the Tudor era, wife of Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector of England under King Edward VI. She witnessed and participated in many important events at the Tudor court. She was a proponent of the Protestant religion and a benefactor of literary writers.
Anne Seymour, Duchess of Somerset, geborene Stanhope (* ca. 1510; † 16. April 1587) war eine englische Adlige und Literaturmäzenin. Unter der Herrschaft von König Eduard VI. gehörte sie als Ehefrau des Lordprotektors Edward Seymour, 1.
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Anne Seymour, duquesa de Somerset (de soltera Stanhope ; c. 1510 - 16 de abril de 1587) fue la segunda esposa de Edward Seymour, primer duque de Somerset (c. 1500-1552), quien ocupó el cargo de protector durante la primera parte de el reinado de su sobrino el rey Eduardo VI .
16/06/2022 · Anne Stanhope, Duchess of Somerset is buried in St Nicholas' chapel in Westminster Abbey and has a large monument there. This is mainly of alabaster with an effigy of the Duchess in a red ermine-lined robe wearing a coronet. At her feet is the crest of a blue triple-towered castle, from the Stanhope coat of arms.
19/04/2018 · At the end of January 1547, Anne Stanhope’s life changed for the better. Previously, Anne had been in the household of Kateryn Parr, but now Parr was a dowager queen and Anne became Duchess of Somerset and the wife of the Lord Protector – essentially she was the most powerful women in England.
Anne Seymour may refer to: Anne Seymour, Duchess of Somerset (1510–1587), née Stanhope, wife of the Lord Protector, Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, and aunt of Edward VI of England Anne Seymour, Countess of Warwick (1538–1588), married name Anne Dudley, Countess of Warwick, poet and daughter of the above