Tudor Times Insights: Lady Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury £3.00
Lady Margaret Pole is famous as one of Henry VIII's more tragic victims. Aged 68, she was executed without trial, in a botched execution on Tower Green. But Lady Margaret was more than just a victim - as a great feudal magnate in her own right, she played a part in the politics of Henry's reign. His mother's cousin, his first wife's friend, and his daughter's governess, Margaret was at the heart of the court.
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