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Tudor and Stuart port

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The Tudor and Stuart port 
The Tudor and Stuart port
London becomes a gateway to the markets and products of the world
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Elizabeth I 
Elizabeth I
Queen of England, 1558-1603
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Henry VIII
The king who had six wives
 Henry VIII
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Samuel Pepys 
Samuel Pepys
Diarist and Master of Trinity House
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Phineas Pett
Ship builder
 Phineas Pett
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Sir Thomas Spert 
Sir Thomas Spert
The first and longest serving Master of Trinity House
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Pocahontas
A native American princess
 Pocahontas
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Where was Henry VIII born?
Hampton Court Palace, Surrey
The Placentia, Greenwich
Buckingham Palace, Westminster
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London: Romans to Stuarts
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