G.O.T: A bed of roses

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With the defeat of his predecessor at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, this monarch began a dynasty as dramatic as any soap on TV. After marrying Elizabeth of York, he united the then warring houses, York and Lancaster, creating a cemented new rose and ending the feud. He was also a renowned penny saver, establishing a very wealthy heritage for his famous son to squander after his death. He clearly didnt pass on his sensible gene… ๐Ÿ™‚

 

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4 thoughts on “G.O.T: A bed of roses

  1. Oooh you’re really getting there now! H VII? I vaguely remember the Lancaster/Yorkist thing from HS History, and I only did it up to year 9 lol. Though I’m a Tudors fan:D

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