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Definition of Tudor
TudorTudor Tu"dor, a.
Of or pertaining to a royal line of England, descended from
Owen Tudor of Wales, who married the widowed queen of Henry
V. The first reigning Tudor was Henry VII.; the last,
Tudor style (Arch.), the latest development of Gothic
architecture in England, under the Tudors, characterized
by flat four-centered arches, shallow moldings, and a
profusion of paneling on the walls.
Meaning of Tudor from wikipedia
- Tudor dynasty Tudor
may also refer
architecture, the final development
of medieval architecture during
the Tudor period
- William James Sibree Tudor
(born 11 April
1987) is an English
for his role as Olyvar
in the HBO series
Game of Thrones
from 2013 to 2015...
- The Tudor period occurred between
1485 and 1603 in England
the Elizabethan period during
- The House
was an English royal house
from the Tudors
of Penmynydd. Tudor monarchs ruled
- The Tudors
is a historical fiction television series
in 16th-century England, created
by Michael Hirst
for the American...
- Montres TUDOR
SA is a Swiss manufacturer
of wris****ches based
in Geneva, Switzerland. Registered
in 1926 by Hans Wilsdorf, the founder
of Rolex, the...
- Margaret Tudor
1489 – 18 October
1541) was Queen consort
from 1503 until
1513 by marriage
IV of Scotland
and then, after...
(born 16 April
1978) is a Croatian professional football coach
and former player
who is currently
the head coach
A club Verona. Tudor
Owen may refer
Owen (actor) (1898–1979), Welsh actor Tudor
Owen (judge) (born 1951), British judge
with titles containing
- of Tudor
. Henry's mother, Margaret
Beaufort, was a descendant
of the Lancastrian branch
of the House
of Plantagenet. Henry's father, Edmund Tudor
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