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  1. Burying the Pomegranate

    Maria will be Empress or Queen of Portugal? You have given both weddings to Catherine...
  2. Marriage prospects for Edward of Westminster

    Anne of Savoy is still a much better match, specially if her uncle add to the dowry
  3. A Queen Twice Over: Mary Tudor the Elder Marries Francis I of France

    A wedding, a scandal or both?
  4. Now is the Winter of Our Discontent

    Henry VIII was an happy and satisfied man in confront?
  5. Now is the Winter of Our Discontent

    I have fear to read Richard’s reaction to that... He will NOT be happy at all and I hope he will not be too bad with poor Eleanor and their little daughter...
  6. Marriage prospects for Edward of Westminster

    She would work if she was born in 1457 as her mother’s eng wiki said but that is a mistake as she was born around 1466 (date reported on her father’s article in the English wiki and on that of both her parents in many language)
  7. Marriage prospects for Edward of Westminster

    Anne of Savoy is only two years younger than Edward of Westminster and she is the PERFECT MATCH for him. She will be a French proxy naturally, being niece of Louis XI, and has the right age for him, unlike her double first cousin of Anne of Beaujeu
  8. WI: Edward IV dies at the Battle of Towton?

    Still too young, the eldest was only one years older than Anne...
  9. WI: Edward IV dies at the Battle of Towton?

    Bona of Savoy is the best match around as Isabella of Castile will not marry abroad (if her brother survived he will marry Juana the Beltraneja and Isabella will still marry Ferdinand) and the three Joanna too young
  10. Marriage prospects for Edward of Westminster

    Way too young and not good enough to be worth the wait (unlike Anne of France who still was 5 years older than her). Instead is more likely a wedding between Edward of Westminster‘s heir and a daughter of Clarence
  11. WI: Elizabeth Woodville is Charles the Bold's niece and Mary of Burgundy's cousin

    That would be fully illegal as Middleham was 100% entailed to the male line only and is unlikely who George Neville will renounce to his family’s seat or who the other Nevilles will accept it. Plus legally do not exist any way in which Richard can get any kind of right on Middleham without that...
  12. WI: Edward IV dies at the Battle of Towton?

    Most likely Warwick will take full power in name of the young King and rule England for him and marrying him to Bona of Savoy (and engaging his own daughters to William’s younger brothers)...
  13. Marriage prospects for Edward of Westminster

    Naples (or Milan) really do not bring any valuable alliance on the table. If you want some other candidate you can look to the infantas of Navarre, who are also granddaughters of John II of Aragon and can work as French proxies (their father is French and their brother is/was married to Louis...
  14. WI: Charles V divides his titles differently

    Wait one moment: Ferdinand ruled Austria on his own since 1521 when Charles leaved all the lands (and the title of Archduke of Austria) in his favor for making him a worthy husband for Princess Anne of Bohemia and Hungary. Spain had South Italy and colonies who alone would be more valuable than...
  15. WI: Charles V divides his titles differently

    Ferdinand received Austria years before Charles was married and also his election as future Emperor happened when Philip had less than 5 years... A surviving Ferdinand or John of Spain who will inherit Burgundy would be a very good thing...
  16. The Inheritance of Spain

    Well, in OTL she was Queen of both... If you mean Queen Regnant that is pretty impossible as her mother was the youngest child of Ferdinand and Isabella
  17. Elizabeth: Lancastrian Princess, Yorkist Queen - and her world

    yes. That thread need to be closed and cancelled as I am not allowed to work on my story without being forced to follow the canvas of someone else who do not believe credible my take on the matter. @CalBear can you lock and delete this thread, please?
  18. Elizabeth: Lancastrian Princess, Yorkist Queen - and her world

    What others points I MUST ANSWER TO YOU BEFORE YOU STOPPED TO ORDER ME HOW I MUST DEVELOP MY STORY AS YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH MY TAKE ABOUT SOMETHING I AM WORKING ON SINCE SOME YEARS AGO BECAUSE YOU HAVE DIFFERENT IDEAS ABOUT IT? I am starting to lose any will and inspiration to work again...
  19. Scenes from other world
    Threadmarks: From 5) Elizabeth: Lancastrian princess, Yorkist Queen - Elizabeth, Queen of England at the end of the War of the Roses

    “Jasper, I do not owe any loyalty to your half-brother or his son as, whatever blood we share, I married Edward and my loyalty MUST BE reserves to my husband and my sons. Still, I am my father’s daughter and will not let Edward destroys the supporters of the Lancasters. Now who his son is dead...
  20. Scenes from other world
    Threadmarks: From 5) Elizabeth: Lancastrian princess, Yorkist Queen - Elizabeth, Duchess of Bedford and York

    Life was never easy for the young Elizabeth and her often repeated moniker of “Lancastrian princess, Yorkist queen“ explain only a part of her sufferances: her father died four days after her birth, leaving her great estates and the rank of heiress presumptive to her still childless cousin Henry...
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