Who wiped Henry VIII's bottom?
It is true that Henry VIII did not wipe his own bottom after he had grown too fat to do it himself comfortably. However, this was not done by a slave or any servant; as a matter of fact, the "Groom of the Stool"was an enviable job, filled by only the most trusted men, who in fact were aristocrats themselves.
The reason it was a desirable job was that you had access to the king when he was most at ease and most vulnerable. You would also be privy to his most private expressions.
Elizabeth of York.
Catherine of Aragon
Katherine Parr out lived Henry VIII
It's Robert Cheseman.
Henry VIIIs last wife was Catherine Parr
Henry VIIIs elder brother who was married to Katherine of Aragon before Henry .
Pope Clement VI
Elizabeth I, Queen of England.
The church of England. Henry took the Popes place in England.
Mary, who became Queen Mary I.
Katherine Parr was Henry VIIIs sixth and last wife, she outlived him.
She reigned from July 1553 to November 1558.
It undermined the power and authority of the pope.
Spit parliament in half I think
henry viiis ship mary rose is least famous
Here is a song to rememberit (it is in order of when Henry married them) Divorced,Beheaded,Died Divorced,Beheaded,Survived
They did not have showers then, they bathed very seldom....so if Henry VIII wanted a wash, he had a bath.......a wooden construction
edward mary marys sister elisdith
Yes, Prince Edmund Tudor was one of King Henry VIII's brothers. King Henry VIII had nine siblings and six children.
Henry III became the King of England in the year 1216. His main duties are to maintain peace, to dispense justice and defend the rights of the crown.
Henry viiis spouse problems ultimately caused the founding of the church of England, which is highly relevant at least in british history
Bloody Mary. For she executed so many lives during her reign as queen Mary
King Henry VIII's older brother Prince Arthur, The Prince of Wales died on 2 April 1502 at the age of 15.
Oh, That Jane Seymour ! I was going to answer that she died after giving birth to Henry VIIIs son the future Edward VI.
his hobbies were sport and he loved dancing, music poetry archery wrestling jousting and hunting :) hope it helped xx
Edward VI reigned for about six and a half years - from 28 January 1547 - 6 July 1553
Very good!She was his favorite wife and he said she should be buried in the same castle because she gave him a son.
Henry VIIIs third wife, Jane Seymour gave him his only legitimate son, a boy called Edward who later became Edward VI.
Ive heard that King Edward (king Henry the viiis son) died of tuberculosis, and although she wasnt offivcially a tutor, ive heard a theory that Queen Mary died of ovarian cancer.
All three of Henry VIII's legitimate children, Mary, Elizabeth, and Edward, ruled England. Edward was first because he was a boy, then Mary, then Elizabeth. Henry hated girls and disrespected them and said that the boy should always be first for everythink and no one could argue with the king cus chop chop choppy.
Based on the response to Henry VIIIs break with Rome what was likely to be the future relationship between the church and England?
chap 15 sec 3 hahah i got u umm...the answer i would say that he wanted to fight back with the chruch
In Roman numerals six (10-1.5) is equal to viiis (8.5) So: viiis+viiis = xvii which is the equivalent of 17 in Hindu-Arabic numerals Roman numerals are normally arranged in block capital letters but this computer for some reason won't allow it.
Mary rose was one of the first ships and she was the firm favourite of king Henry VIII.The mary rose ship was built between 1509 and 1511 and aftera long time she sank accidently during the french fleet in 1545.Henry VIIIs flagship mary rose sank by the french cannonball .
8.5 in Roman numerals is VIIIS or SIX
No, Mary TUDOR was Henry VIIIs daughter (sister of Elizabeth) and Mary queen of SCOTS was Elizabeth's enemy and Mary (SCOTS) wanted to take over England but Mary TUDOR was a England queen ;)
Culo cagao, from spanish, literally means that your bottom is pooped, meaning that is dirty or that someone haven't wiped his/her bottom. It might also mean that a person is infantile or immature, like a baby that can not wipe or clean her own bottom.
Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard were the only wives Henry VIII had beheaded. Henry's first marriage (with Catherine of Aragon) was annulled, his second was with Anne Boleyn, his third wife (Jane Seymour) died of childbed fever, his fourth (Anne of Cleves) was divorced, Catherine Howard was his fifth wife and his final wife (Catherine Parr) survived him to marry again.
It really depends is you are only counting his three legitimate children, Mary, Elizabeth and Edward. If this is what you are looking for, his third child is Edward, the next Tudor king of England. However, he undoubtedly fathered many illegitimate children (one known, Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Somerset) and legitimate children that died within a few months of being born. If you count all of his known children that lived, his third child is… Read More
Divorced Catherine of Aragon Beheaded Anne Boleyn Died Jane Seymour Divorced Anne of Cleves Beheaded Catherine Howard Survived Catherine Parr This is just an easy way to remember it. To be more accurate Henry had his marriage annulled to Anne of Cleves (so not technically a divorce). Catherine Parr only survived during her marriage to Henry while he was alive. She died a year after.
The mother of Queen Mary I was Catherine of Aragon, who was Henry VIII's first wife. The mother of Elizabeth I was Anne Boleyn, who was Henry VIII's second wife - she was later executed. It was Catherine Parr, the sixth and last wife of Henry VIII, who married Henry in 1543, who became friends with his children by previous marriages - Mary and Elizabeth - and eventually brought them back to court. More information… Read More
Of course he did! He hired someone to wipe his bottom!!
The Roman numeral for the equivalent of 8.5 is VIIIS (8+0.5) or as SIX (10-1.5)
at title with giratina press l+r+selct then your save file is wiped read it at the new game thing at the bottom!
The Vikings lived for a long time in North Western Europe. After the Vikings were wiped out, many English rulers rose such as William the Conqueror, Henry II, and Harlold Godwinson.
Have you ever went poo and not wiped properly? Well cats can't wipe so they use their tongues as toilet paper. Its gross but true!
From your question, I assume you do not have the owner's manual. The link at the bottom of this page will take you to the Henry website, and you can download the manual.
Anne was Henry VIIIs 4th wife. The marriage was not in any way a success. I have just read the link & found out she was the longest lived of all Henrys' wives, outliving Catherine Parr by 9 years. So thats' todays new piece of vital info catered for ! Anne of Cleves married Henry VIII in an arranged marriage, intended to strengthen the alliance between England and Germany. Unfortunately, Henry found her deeply unattractive… Read More
no, Henry the 8th did not have his own toilet he had to go to the toilet in front of every body they did not mind Henry hired people to clean his bottom they used a sponge on a stick the only reason why people wanted to clean Henry's bottom was so that they could get gold from the poo and so that they could be close to the king.