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Imprinted at London in 1585, this Geneva Bible has metal bosses on the front board and remnants of the clasps.
Printed by Christoper Barker, printer to the Queen, it includes the Apocrypha, Book of Common Prayer and the Concordances.
#16thcentury #bible #biblecollection #rarebooks #queensulibrary

** Between the 5-23 December in 1558, the newly-ascended Queen Elizabeth took up residence at Somerset House on the Strand (where he current Somerset House now stands, pictured beneath Elizabeth portrait). .
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Elizabeth had stayed at the Tower from the 28 November until 5 December. On the 5 (St Nicholas Eve) she left the Tower by barge ‘with trumpets playing and melody and joy and comfort’ was rowed upstream towards Westminster, stopping at Somerset House to take up residence. .
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Somerset House had been Elizabeth’s town house during her sisters reign. Whilst she was in residence here, she could be seen in her barge, being rowed along the Thanes to the sound of music, attended by a host of little boats. .
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Soon the Londoners grew used to her daily appearances in the capital. .
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Elizabeth knew that to retain the affection and love of her people she had to remain visible. This was something she would continue to keep up during her reign.
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Elizabeth would not take up residence in the royal palace of Whitehall, until her half-sister Queen Mary was buried. For until she was buried, the image of Mary’s Monarchy survived, as well as the image of her government. .
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Within hours of Mary’s death, her body was embalmed. Her body had been removed to the Privy Chamber, where mourners paid homage to the body in the same place where Mary had received privileged guests. .
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Until she was buried, her household would continue as before, with with food placed on the royal table, gentlemen ushers officiating with their white wands and guards standing at the doors.
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On December 10, a solemn procession of heralds, lords, ladies and officers of the household all in black entered the Privy Chamber at St James’s Palace, took up Mary’s coffin and carries it to the Chapel Royal of the Palace. .
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Four days later, on December 14, England’s first Crowned Queen Regnant would be buried at Westminster Abbey.

Here is an example of using some Tailoring techniques on ladies costume. #costume #16thcentury

Bring on the night / I couldn't stand another hour of daylight 🎶
#quickdrawing #vampire #markers #16thcentury

** At the end of November in 1558, King Philip II of Spain held a solemn funeral for his wife Queen Mary in Brussels.
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Emanuel Philibert Of Savoy was the chief mourner and a riderless black horse with a crown on its saddle represented the departed Queen.
A requiem mass was celebrated by the Bishop of Arras and mourning duly observed, before Philip got on with the demands of government.
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As Mary lay dying, her thoughts had turned to her husband King Philip, who she would never see again. Acknowledging that, without children, he would have no further part in the government of England. Instead, she besought him "for the love and ancient amity between the Low Countries and England", to continue to take England under his wing, "to show himself as a father in his care, as a brother... in his love and favour, and as a most assured and undoubted friend in his power to my said heir and successor, and to this my country and the subjects of the same."
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Philip meanwhile, upon finding out that his wife was dying, on top of the deaths of his father and aunt, wrote to his sister Juana, .
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“You may imagine what a state I am in. It seems to me that everything is being taken from me at once".
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Upon learning of his wife’s passing, he wrote to Juana, “I felt a reasonable regret at her death, I shall miss her”.
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On Philip’s part, his marriage to a Mary was certainly no love match. Philip had a lot of work to get on with governing his large kingdoms. Not to mention the fact that he still only had one son. He was still a young man and would soon have to look to marrying again.
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He did wish to remain on good terms with Mary’s successor Elizabeth, daughter of Anne Boleyn.
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From their marriage in 1554 until 1556, they were styled ""Philip and Mary, by the grace of God, King and Queen of England, France, Naples, Jerusalem, and Ireland, Defenders of the Faith, Princes of Spain and Sicily, Archdukes of Austria, Dukes of Milan, Burgundy and Brabant, Counts of Habsburg, Flanders and Tyrol".

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Haven’t googled it, but I’d guess at 12k feet, San Francisco’s is the highest Catholic Cathedral in the world. #lapazbolivia #altitudesicknessisreal #16thcentury #googleityourself

how to start a comedy duo in 2017

When I was working on my #dissertation, and in the couple of years since I finished, I've thought a lot about Philip II of Spain. He feels like an old pal. Here he is with his two daughters, Isabella Clara Eugenia and Catalina Micaela, and his son, the future Philip III, in a 1580s #portrait from the collection of the Hispanic Society. #philipiiofspain #isabellaclaraeugenia #catalinamicaela #philipiiiofspain #16thcentury #spain #spanishart #spanishpainting #hispanicsociety #truelove
Image reposted from @hispanic_society

This Thursday evening enjoy the rare #16thcentury #etching and #engraving by court painter and designer of tapestries #JanCorneliszVermeyen (Netherlandish, 1500–1559). Woman with a Veil. Accession number 2013.945 ! #spottedinthestudyroom #noneedtoguess #metdrawingsandprints #metonpaper100

Bring on the night / I couldn't stand another hour of daylight 🎶
#quickdrawing #vampire #markers #16thcentury

German 1500-1600

Weight 45~50 lb

Foot-Combat Armor of Prince-Elector Christian I of Saxony.

#german #augsburg #footsoldier #16century #16thcentury #armor #armour #helmet

** At the end of November in 1558, King Philip II of Spain held a solemn funeral for his wife Queen Mary in Brussels.
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Emanuel Philibert Of Savoy was the chief mourner and a riderless black horse with a crown on its saddle represented the departed Queen.
A requiem mass was celebrated by the Bishop of Arras and mourning duly observed, before Philip got on with the demands of government.
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As Mary lay dying, her thoughts had turned to her husband King Philip, who she would never see again. Acknowledging that, without children, he would have no further part in the government of England. Instead, she besought him "for the love and ancient amity between the Low Countries and England", to continue to take England under his wing, "to show himself as a father in his care, as a brother... in his love and favour, and as a most assured and undoubted friend in his power to my said heir and successor, and to this my country and the subjects of the same."
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Philip meanwhile, upon finding out that his wife was dying, on top of the deaths of his father and aunt, wrote to his sister Juana, .
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“You may imagine what a state I am in. It seems to me that everything is being taken from me at once".
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Upon learning of his wife’s passing, he wrote to Juana, “I felt a reasonable regret at her death, I shall miss her”.
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On Philip’s part, his marriage to a Mary was certainly no love match. Philip had a lot of work to get on with governing his large kingdoms. Not to mention the fact that he still only had one son. He was still a young man and would soon have to look to marrying again.
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He did wish to remain on good terms with Mary’s successor Elizabeth, daughter of Anne Boleyn.
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From their marriage in 1554 until 1556, they were styled ""Philip and Mary, by the grace of God, King and Queen of England, France, Naples, Jerusalem, and Ireland, Defenders of the Faith, Princes of Spain and Sicily, Archdukes of Austria, Dukes of Milan, Burgundy and Brabant, Counts of Habsburg, Flanders and Tyrol".

#ottoman #16thcentury god`s will

#tbt de ensaio para o recital de conclusão de semestre do IFCE em Julho. *Vídeo curtinho*
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Esses ensaios foram uma oportunidade bem interessante pra mim. Momentos de experimentar e descobrir. And now so much has changed in such a short time 🙂💜
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Essa canção se tornou uma tradicional natalina com outra letra. Futuramente quero gravar um arranjo bem bonito dela. #greensleeves #whatchildisthis
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#classicalsinger #youngtenor #rehearsal #oldmusic #16thcentury #englishfolksong #keyboardorchestra #keyboards

16th century tiles at The Topkapi Palace

** England’s first Crowned Queen Regnant is buried, Part 2 **
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“She was a King’s daughter, she was a King’s sister, She was a King’s wife, she was a Queen, and by that same title a King also”
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Bishop John White of Winchester in his sermon to Queen Mary I at her funeral.
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Mary had died on November 17 the previous month at St James’s Palace aged 42.
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459 Year’s ago #onthisday - December 14 - in 1558, England’s first Crowned Queen Regnant Queen Mary I, daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon was buried at Westminster Abbey.
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The previous day - December 13 - the coffin carrying the body of Queen Mary was draped in cloth of gold and removed from St James’s Palace and was taken to Westminster Abbey. On top of the coffin was a life-sized effigy of the Queen Crowned and carrying the sceptre and orb. .
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On December 14, a requiem mass was heard for Queen Mary, presided over by Abbot Feckenham and his monks, following the ancient Catholic rites. Then the Queen’s regalia, the symbols of her earthly power, were offered back to God and her body was buried in a vault in the north aisle of the Chapel of Henry VII, Mary’s paternal grandfather. .
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Following this, Mary’s ministers and household staff then broke their wands of office and, as was customary, threw into the grave with their mistress. .
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Finally, the heralds made the long-awaited and unique ceremonial proclamation: “The Queen Is Dead, Long Live The Queen”.
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Pictured is a portrait of Queen Mary I of England, the surviving head of the funeral effigy of Queen Mary I of England, the large monument above the grave in which Mary shares with her half-sister and successor, Queen Elizabeth I, of which Mary is barely represented apart from the inscription “Partners both in throne and grave, here rest we two sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, in the hope of the Resurrection".
And an A side-by-side 17th century engraving of Mary I and Elizabeth I.

** England’s first Crowned Queen Regnant is buried, Part 1** .
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459 Year’s ago #onthisday - December 14 - in 1558, England’s first Crowned Queen Regnant Queen Mary I, daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon was buried at Westminster Abbey.
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Mary had died on November 17 the previous month at St James’s Palace aged 42.
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The previous day - December 13 - the coffin carrying the body of Queen Mary was draped in cloth of gold and removed from St James’s Palace and was taken to Westminster Abbey. On top of the coffin was a life-sized effigy of the Queen Crowned and carrying the sceptre and orb. .
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Following behind came a grand procession accompanying the Queen on her last journey through her capital city of London. The procession included, her household servants and gentlemen mourners, King Philip’s servants, the Marquess of Winchester with the banner of the English royal arms, and the heralds carrying the paraphernalia of Monarchy - the sword, the helmet and the coat of armour - male symbols which would now pass from England’s first female ruler to its second. Mary’s ladies, ‘riding all in black trailed to the ground’, and her chief mourner, Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox (daughter of Margaret Tudor, therefore Mary’s first cousin) immediately followed the coffin. Behind them came the clergy.
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Four Bishops and an Abbot met the coffin as it reached the Abbey, censing the body. Mary’s coffin lay all night at the Abbey, under the hearse with watch. A hundred poor men in good black gowns, bearing long torches with hoods on their heads.
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Part 2 to follow soon.
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Pictured first is a portrait of Queen Mary I of England. .
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Pictured second is the surviving head of the funeral effigy of Queen Mary I of England.
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#maryi #marytudor #stjamespalace #westminsterabbey #kingsandqueens #britishroyalfamily #monarchy #history #16thcentury #tudors #religion #carholic #protestant #reformation #renaissance #catherineofaragon #maryicatherineofaragonsdaughter #henryviii #london #cityoflondon #westminster #england #europe

Flemish A child is born #16thcentury

This wonderful and rare posy is now listed in our #Etsy shop!
After further research and a little help from my jewelry friend, @dupkaspike and her friend, we’ve determined the inscription ‘PAN BOG NADZIeJA MOJA’ translates closer to ‘Heavenly Father, Thou Art My Refuge’. This ring possibly/ likely belonged to a clergy members, which intrigues me even more!! 😍💥💥
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#showmeyourrings #rarejewelry #antique #antiquejewelry #antiquejewellery #love #posy #posyring #clergy #renaissance #renaissancejewelry #renaissancering #16thcentury #15thcentury #jewelryhistory

the dried flower arrangements inside of łańcut castle, which was built in the 16th century, were really cool

fujifilm x-t1 35mm f2

#fujixt1 #fujix #fujifilm #xf35f2 #xf35mmf2 #fuji #fujiphoto #fujiphotography #xseries #redditphotography #_53mm #driedflowers #16thcentury #łańcut #castle #poland #polishcastle

Victoria's sublime motet goes to the heart of the Christmas story and its true meaning. YouTube link in bio. #JRAdventCalendar #omagnummysterium #victoria #thesixteen #harrychristophers #adventwindow #adventdoor #tomasluisdevictoria #16thcentury #classicalmusic #choralmusic #christmasstory #motet

The Raising of Lazarus. Sebastiano del Piombo #nationalgallery #jesuschrist #16thcentury #biblicalart

@tregsherman found a 318-418 year old wood table in good condition (considering its age) at the Bled Castle in Bled, Slovenia. It's fascinating to envision the tools & craftsmanship that went into building this table between the 16th-17th century. I'm sure the stories behind these dinner parties were pretty epic too. 🍻
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#tbt #woodtable #oldtable #16thcentury #17thcentury #tabletop #tablebase #woodworks #woodworking #bledcastle #bledslovenia

Fortunately, I've only done one of these. Which one? Take a guess ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
~Lady Olivia
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#shakespearememes #shakespeare #romeoandjuliet #16thcentury #willontnt #willyshakes #memes #twelfthnight #hamlet #dankmemes #amidsummernightsdream #400yearsofshakespeare #shakespeare400 #textpost

"SCIENCE & WONDER in 16th century Goa", un viaggio alla scoperta dei tesori indo-portoghesi del XVI secolo presentati da Pedro Moura Carvalho, ex vicedirettore dell’Asian Art Museum di San Francisco e dell’Asian Civilisations Museum di Singapore.

Un nuovo prezioso volume edito da Franco Maria Ricci Editore grazie al sostegno della Champalimaud Foundation / Fundação Champalimaud.
Potete acquistarlo presso il bookshop del Labirinto della Masone o direttamente sul nostro shop online.

#FrancoMariaRicciEditore #Goa #IndoPortuguese #India #Scienza #Science #Kunstkammer#Cabinetofcuriosity #Cabinetofcuriosities #16Thcentury  #LabirintodellaMasone #LabirintodiFrancoMariaRicci #FrancoMariaRicci

#wingedhussars #history #polishlithuaniancommonwealth
#báthoryistván #stephenbathory #polishking #transylvaniangrandduke #lithuaniangrandduke #16thcentury #hussaria

Benedek Vaka: The Winged Hussars
(Inspired by a You Tube video: Winged Hussars / Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth & Traditional War Song)

Can you hear the vast clattering noise,
Thousands of horsemen's and wings' voice?
They are encouraged and brave,
They will remain the same,
Even in their grave.
Their enemies show fear and desperation,
Flee from the fight in big damnation.
Pillage and massacre
What the hussars leave behind,
You can easilly be hit (by their horses)
Keep it in mind.
The clattering noise is over,
The battle as well is over,
The whole hussaria is celebrating,
Their wives are rejoicing,
Everybody is having a big big feast,
Dancing on the tables,
While drinking some mead.

My next poem is coming soon!🔜
Stay tuned!😃

Une dernière sélection de monstres marins🐉🦑🐋 avant de rendre l'ouvrage 😉
#ancientbooks #oldbooks #book #atlas #ancientsmonsters #marinemonsters #sirene #creative #inspiration #heritage #16thcentury

Moroni “Abbess Lucretia Agliardi Vertova” #booksinpaintings #metmuseum #16thcentury

Giovanni Batista Moroni “Bartolommeo Bonghi” #booksinpaintings #metmuseum #16thcentury

I think this is one of my favorite faces I have ever drawn. What a grump.
#comics #comicart #history #french #1500s #16thcentury #france #face #thief #carbonpen #penandink #artistsoninstagram

Copaiba essential oil is derived from the resin of the copaiba tree which can grow upwards of more than 100 feet and can be found in tropical South America. Copaiba is composed of over 50% beta-caryophyllene and research has shown that this particular chemical constituent has many profound benefits to offer. Copaiba has also been widely used in cosmetic products including soaps, creams, lotions, and perfumes. Since the 16th century, copaiba essential oil has been utilized in traditional health practices by the natives of north and northeastern Brazil.

#copaiba #copaibaessentialoil #essentialoil #southamerica #tropical #cosmetics #soaps #creams #lotions #perfumes #16thcentury #traditionalhealthpractices #research #dontgohomewithoutit #twelvedaysofchristmas

Soft baby addy 💞
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‘Millennibethan’
ANDREW BARNS-GRAHAM
5 - 20 December 2017
@ GREY, 37 Scanlan Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland, NZ.
Pigment on ilford matte paper 310gsm
210mm x 295mm unframed
275mm x 365mm framed
Edition of 9 prints - available on website or pop in. See you soon.
#thegreyplace #grey #millennibethan #andrewbarnsgraham #portraiture #elizebethan #16thcentury #21century #art #artexbition #buyart

‘Millennibethan’
ANDREW BARNS-GRAHAM
5 - 20 December 2017
@ GREY, 37 Scanlan Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland, NZ.
Pigment on ilford matte paper 310gsm
210mm x 295mm unframed
275mm x 365mm framed
Edition of 9 prints - available on website or pop in. See you soon.
#thegreyplace #grey #millennibethan #andrewbarnsgraham #portraiture #elizebethan #16thcentury #21century #art #artexbition #buyart

‘Millennibethan’
ANDREW BARNS-GRAHAM
5 - 20 December 2017
@ GREY, 37 Scanlan Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland, NZ.
Pigment on ilford matte paper 310gsm
210mm x 295mm unframed
275mm x 365mm framed
Edition of 9 prints - available on website or pop in. See you soon.
#thegreyplace #grey #millennibethan #andrewbarnsgraham #portraiture #elizebethan #16thcentury #21century #art #artexbition #buyart

In my new loose gown as Mrs. Frances Pratt circa 1583 for the 2017 Northern California Renaissance Faire season! Based on all of those amazing brass effigies of the middling sort in English churches. Started with the loose gown with revers pattern in Tudor Tailor but did a lot of customization. I’ve got a little detail work left to make it truly finished but I love how it turned out! #waybackwednesday #wbw #elizabethan #16thcentury #renaissance #renaissancefaire #gown #ruff #tudor #costume #seamstress #historicalcostume @aecandland @norcal_renfaire

15th/16th century floor standing wrought iron pricket candlestick having multiple knops to column,with some residual paintwork,set into stone base,53.5” tall ( 136 cm )missing drip pan#medievalcandlestick#earlylighting#gothiclighting#earlycandlestick#pricketsticks#15thcentury#16thcentury#forsale#

French,first half of the 16th century,Gothic tracery carved oak chest/coffer,of dovetailed plank construction with metal support bands to the corners,double row of iron nail decoration to each end,with original wrought iron carrying handles,iron studs to the top,with original hinges,sitting on a moulded plinth base,of unusual small size. The piece measures 41” long 19” deep and 22” high . ( 104 x 48 x 56 cm ) see photo for related example.
#gothicchest#medievalfurniture#gothiccoffer#earlyfurniture#gothictracery#gothicoak#gothic#16thcentury#forsale

** Between the 5-23 December in 1558, the newly-ascended Queen Elizabeth took up residence at Somerset House on the Strand (where he current Somerset House now stands, pictured beneath Elizabeth portrait). .
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Elizabeth had stayed at the Tower from the 28 November until 5 December. On the 5 (St Nicholas Eve) she left the Tower by barge ‘with trumpets playing and melody and joy and comfort’ was rowed upstream towards Westminster, stopping at Somerset House to take up residence. .
.
Somerset House had been Elizabeth’s town house during her sisters reign. Whilst she was in residence here, she could be seen in her barge, being rowed along the Thanes to the sound of music, attended by a host of little boats. .
.
Soon the Londoners grew used to her daily appearances in the capital. .
.
Elizabeth knew that to retain the affection and love of her people she had to remain visible. This was something she would continue to keep up during her reign.
.
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Elizabeth would not take up residence in the royal palace of Whitehall, until her half-sister Queen Mary was buried. For until she was buried, the image of Mary’s Monarchy survived, as well as the image of her government. .
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Within hours of Mary’s death, her body was embalmed. Her body had been removed to the Privy Chamber, where mourners paid homage to the body in the same place where Mary had received privileged guests. .
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Until she was buried, her household would continue as before, with with food placed on the royal table, gentlemen ushers officiating with their white wands and guards standing at the doors.
.
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On December 10, a solemn procession of heralds, lords, ladies and officers of the household all in black entered the Privy Chamber at St James’s Palace, took up Mary’s coffin and carries it to the Chapel Royal of the Palace. .
.
Four days later, on December 14, England’s first Crowned Queen Regnant would be buried at Westminster Abbey.

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