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  1. Artur Tudor. Artur Tudor, nado o 20 de setembro de 1486 e finado o 2 de abril de 1502, foi Príncipe de Gales e o fillo máis vello e herdeiro de Henrique VII de Inglaterra e Isabel de York .

  2. 18 de dez. de 2023 · Com três anos, Catarina de Aragão foi prometida ao príncipe Artur Tudor (1486-1502), filho e sucessor de Henrique VII da Inglaterra, como parte da política de alianças estabelecida por seus pais para isolar diplomaticamente a França. Catarina estudou e foi preparada para ser a futura rainha da Inglaterra. Casamento com Artur Tudor

  3. 7 de mai. de 2021 · September 19/20 1486 – April 2, 1502. Arthur Tudor was born on September 19 or 20, 1486, to King Henry VII of England and Queen Elizabeth. A year before his birth, Henry had fought Arthur’s maternal uncle, King Richard III, for control of the English throne. On August 22, 1485, both men’s forces clashed at the Battle of Bosworth Field ...

  4. 19/20 September 1486 - 2 April 1502. Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales was the firstborn child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York and the elder brother of the formidable Henry VIII. Arthur was born prematurely, after an eight months pregnancy, at Winchester on 19/20 September 1486. Henry chose the symbolic name of Arthur, in honour of the legendary ...

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  6. On the 29th November 1489, Arthur was made a Knight of the Bath and on the 30th November was created Prince of Wales. On that same day, his baby sister, who had been born the night before, was baptised and named Margaret, after her grandmother and godmother, Lady Margaret Beaufort. Arthur's brother, the future Henry VIII was born on the 28th ...

  7. 1 de dez. de 2010 · Why Arthur should have been buried at Worcester rather than in the great mausoleum being erected at the time at Westminster is puzzling. Once there, his memory seems to have been sidelined, and the execution of the work entrusted to what remained of his household, notably Sir William Uvedale.