Cardinal Wolsey

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List Of The Tudors Characters - Characters
... heresy and she was almost arrested for it (by Bishop Gardiner) Cardinal Wolsey Sam Neill (2007) Thomas Wolsey Episode 1.01 Episode 1.10 Cardinal Thomas Wolsey of York is King Henry VIII's ... of Thomas Boleyn, to bring about the downfall of Cardinal Wolsey and to ensure his own return to court ... After the removal of Cardinal Wolsey as Lord Chancellor, Brandon is appointed to the presidency of the Privy Council by Henry ...
The Tudors - Synopsis - Season 1
... Cardinal Wolsey plays a major part in the series, acting as Henry's trusted advisor ... In Episode 1, Wolsey persuades his king to keep the peace with France and the two kings meet at Calais to agree a pact of friendship ... Her shrewd refusal to his open invitation to become his mistress pushes him to use Cardinal Wolsey to take action against the Queen, the King instructing his ...
Leicester Abbey - Cardinal Wolsey
... The abbey is perhaps most famous for its connection to Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop of York and Lord Chancellor of England, who was for a time the most powerful ... Wolsey, at one part, was a candidate for the papacy on the death of Leo X, when Adrian VI was elected ... Wolsey fell out of the King’s favour in 1529 and went north to visit his Archdiocese of York ...
List Of The Tudors Episodes - Episode List - Season 1 (2007)
... in his own ambitions, the Lord Chancellor, Cardinal Wolsey, manipulates the young king to propose a "Treaty of Universal Peace" with France instead ... King Henry prepares to meet King Francis of France and sign Cardinal Wolsey's peace treaty ... Blount gives birth to Henry's illegitimate son, to Katherine's pain 3 ... "Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey!" 1521 Steve Shill Michael Hirst April 15, 2007 (2007-04-15) As Cardinal Wolsey has lost his chance to be Pope with ...

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