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Catherine of Aragón:

see Katharine of AragónKatharine of Aragón,
1485–1536, first queen consort of Henry VIII of England; daughter of Ferdinand II of Aragón and Isabella of Castile. In 1501 she was married to Arthur, eldest son of Henry VII.
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Catherine of Aragon

1485--1536, first wife of Henry VIII of England and mother of Mary I. The annulment of Henry's marriage to her (1533) against papal authority marked an initial stage in the English Reformation
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Although Catherine of Aragon is credited for introducing and popularizing blackwork to England, this form of stitching was known in England long before she arrived in 1501.
A series of benefices followed, climaxed by his appointment as bishop of London in 1530, as a reward for his many services to the king, especially lobbying among European scholars for the legality of his royal master's divorce from Queen Catherine of Aragon.
Think of Catherine of Aragon, who was much older than King Henry VIII.
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And while 84% realised Katy Perry was Russell Brand's ex-wife, only 42% knew Catherine of Aragon and Anne of Cleves were divorced from Henry VIII.
One document on show is a letter from members of parliament asking the Pope to grant an annulment of Henry VIII's marriage to his then wife Catherine of Aragon in 1530.
Dr Catherine Fletcher found details about his divorce from Catherine of Aragon hidden away in a cupboard in Italy.
Elizabeth of York as 'helpmate', Catherine of Aragon as 'foreign ally' and so on.
As Henry's confidence grows, his displeasure with the Catholic Church's handling of his request for a divorece from his marriage to Catherine of Aragon intensifies.
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