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Description From Left to Right: Mary I & en:Philip II of Spain (husband and co-regent), en:Henry VIII, en:Edward VI, and en:Elizabeth I
Date 2002-08-12 (original upload date of first version)
Source A cropped section of File:Family of Henry VIII, an Allegory of the Tudor Succession.png. Cropping by User:Jameslwoodward
Author Original uploader was Isis at en.wikipedia
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