In tonight's opening double episode, Henry gets over cutting off the head of former wife Ann Boleyn by wedding for a third time, this time to shy, demure noblewoman
Jane Seymour (Annabelle Wallis).
Just days after Anne Boleyn's execution, Henry VIII weds for the third time, marrying the blonde, shy noblewoman
Ourika is a short 1823 novel written by Claire, Duchesse de Duras, about a young Senegalese girl rescued from slavery and raised by a French noblewoman
CAIRO, March 3, 2009 (AFP) - Japanese archaeologists have unearthed an Egyptian noblewoman
's 3,000 year-old tomb in the necropolis of Saqqara south of Cairo, the antiquities department said on Tuesday.
Painted by an unknown artist from Rajasthan, in northwestern India, this late-18th-century miniature watercolour portrays a beautiful noblewoman
. One indication of her status is the rosewater sprinkler, or gulabpash, she holds.
It tells the story of Mnasidika (aka Dika) and how the Spartan noblewoman
came to Lesbos.
Harriet Hosmer, lesbian expatriate and star of a 19th-century American art colony in Rome, carved this sensitive sculpture of Beatrice Cenci, a young 16th-century Italian noblewoman
condemned to death for murdering her abusive father.
With his reputation as formidable among warriors and irresistible to women, Tannhauser reaches Carla la Penaultier, a French noblewoman
who hires him to seek the illegitimate son she gave up at birth, living somewhere in Malta.
The helmer was just finishing editing on the English-language tale of a 17th-century Hungarian noblewoman
and vampiress, played by Anna Friel.
William Dalrymple's account of the affair between James Kirk-patrick, a British political representative, and Khair un nissa, a young noblewoman
of the court at Hyderabad, shows how theirs was both a romantic and political attachment between competing groups in an open and fluid political landscape.
One Last Thought: "The intimate sound of the clavichord, once whispered into a noblewoman
's ear, now flies into a nearby microphone.