ANNE OF BOHEMIA

TIME-LINE AND ADDITIONAL FACTS ON ANNE OF BOHEMIA, QUEEN CONSORT OF

KING RICHARD THE II OF ENGLAND.

TIME-LINE OF ANNE OF BOHEMIA

DATE                   EVENT
 
1366
  •  11TH MAY Anne of Bohemia was born in Prague, Kingdom of Bohemia, the daughter of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Elizabeth of Pomerania 
1373
  • Anne’s sister Elisabeth of Bohemia died
  • 29TH SEPTEMBER: Anne’s sister Margaret of Bohemia is born.
1376
  • 10TH JUNE: Anne’s brother Wenceslaus IV of Bohemia is now king of the Romans.
1377
1378
  • 29TH NOVEMBER: Anne’s father holy roman emperor, Charles IV died. Anne’s half-brother Sigismund, is king of the roman empire now, and her brother Wenceslaus IV is king  of Bohemia
1381
  • DECEMBER: Anne arrives at Dover John Holland, 1st Duke of Exeter was part of the king’s men who escorted Anne journey.
1382
  • 20TH JANUARY: Anne married, Richard II of England in Westminster Abbey, and becomes queen consort of England.
  • 22ND JANUARY: Anne’s coronation as Queen consort of England
1383
  • Anne visited the city of Norwich, where at the great hospital a ceiling comprising 252 black eagles was made in her honour
1384
  • Anne pleads with her husband Richard to spare the life of John Northampton, a former mayor of London, and imprison him instead.
1393
  • 15TH APRIL: Anne’s mother Elizabeth of Pomerania died.
1394
  • 7TH JUNE: Anne of Bohemia died of the plague, at sheen palace
Anne of Bohemia was buried on august 1394 in Westminster abbey, London

EXTRA FACTS ON ANNE OF BOHEMIA

  • Anne was queen consort of England for twelve years.
 
  • Anne was the daughter of Charles VI, the holy roman emperor, and King of Bohemia, Romans.
 
 
  • Anne was from the house of Luxembourg
 
  • Anne’ and Richard ii, wedding was the fifth royal wedding in Westminster cathedral, and the last one for five hundred and thirty-seven years.
 
  • Anne’s marriage to Richard II, was not popular to start with , but she lost more popularity when her lady in waiting , Lady of the Bedchamber, Agnes de Launcekrona began an affair with the kings favorite Robert De Vere, 9th Earl of Oxford, who wanted to divorce his wife to marry Agnes. Roberts wife, Philippa, was a granddaughter of late Edward III of England, so this affair caused a huge scandal.
 
  • Anne regularly accompanied her husband, Richard as he traveled about England
 
  • Anne also protected the religious reformer John Wycliffe from his enemies.

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