A History of the British Monarchy/Tudor Rulers

The House of Tudor came to the throne of England, Wales and the Lordship of Islands in 1485, and reigned until 1603. The dynasty included some of the most influential and most remembered monarchs in English history. It also included England's first, and second, queens that reigned in their own right.

The Tudors came to the throne following the Plantagenets and were followed by the Stuarts.

Monarchs in the House of TudorEdit