The beheaded. The most astonishing woman of her age. It is years ago this month since Anne died at the Tower of London, decapitated with a single sword stroke. It begins unpromisingly: with a dramatic reconstruction that could have come from just about any Tudor documentary made in the last 20 years.
How Anne Boleyn lost her head - Telegraph
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Anne Boleyn was born circa , likely in Bickling Norfolk , England. She was the second wife of King Henry VIII—a scandalous marriage, given that he had been denied an annulment from his first wife by the Roman Church, and that his mistress was Anne's sister, Mary. Her daughter, Elizabeth, emerged as one of England's greatest queens.
Posted By Claire on June 3, So, why am I writing about programmes that have already been aired? Traffic to the site has increased recently anyway, due to it being that Anne Boleyn time of year and also due to the BBC2 Tudor Court Season of programmes, but Saturday night saw a major spike and we had the most visitors on the site at the same time.