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Aug 23, 2021

[Answer] 6. Which 16th century monarch gained notoriety for beheading his queens when they fell out of favor?

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...1. Edward I 2. Philip IV 3. Henry VIII 4. Louis XVI Actually, only two of Henry's six queens, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard, lost their heads and, oddly enough, they were first cousins. Anne was found guilty of trumped up charges of witchcraft, adultery and incest, but her real crime was not producing a son. Catherine willfully and publicly committed adultery and was therefore charged with treason.




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Henry VIII:


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