Resting place of Anne Boleyn. (After she was beheaded, her body and head were dumped into an arrow box, and place in this unmarked spot. It wasn't until the 19th century when her remains were found again.)
The Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula, final resting place of Anne Boleyn. In one of the many clues that Anne’s guilt was a forgone conclusion and she would not get a fair trial, Henry VIII had called for Jean Rombaud, the expert “Headsman of Calais”, before her trial had even begun.
Anne Boleyn's Book of Hours made in 1450 and inscribed with the aphorism "Le temps viendra,"(the time will come) and Anne's signature. The illustration is quite beautiful and the sentiment noteworthy given her tragic and untimely death! The book is now in her family home at Hever Castle, open to visitors.
A Large sapphire ring, said to have belonged to Mary, Queen of Scots. It has been in the Hamilton Collection since 1587. The inscription on the back of the bezel reads, in 17th-century writing, "Sent by Queen Mary of Scotland at her death". On the hoop are the words, "to John, Mar Hamilton". The 1st Marquis of Hamilton had been one of Mary's staunchest supporters. He went into exile after her defeat in 1568, but in 1585, James VI welcomed him back, praising his fidelity