Cultural depictions of Henry VIII of England


Cultural depictions of Henry VIII of England

Henry VIII of England and his reign has been depicted in art, film, literature, music, opera, plays, and television

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Art

See also: Tudor England Images: Henry VIII See also: King Henry VIII in Contemporary Portraits

Film

See also: King Henry VIII Character Page

Literature

Music

Opera

Plays

Television

See also: King Henry VIII Character Page


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