As it's the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday 19th September, I thought that I'd test you on the burials of Tudor royals.
Let's get those little grey cells working!
#1. Queen Elizabeth II will be buried at St George's Chapel, Windsor, which of these Tudor monarchs was buried there?
The answer is Henry VIII.
#2. True or false: Although his body was buried at Worcester Cathedral, the heart of Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales, was buried at Ludlow Castle?
#3. True or false: Anne of Cleves is the only one of Henry VIII's wives to be buried at Westminster Abbey?
#4. True or false: Edward VI, although Protestant, was buried with Catholic rites due to his half-sister, Mary, being on the throne when he was buried?
He was buried on 8th August 1553 with Protestant rites in a service led by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer.
#5. Following her death in 1603, Elizabeth I was buried with her half-brother, Edward VI, until she was moved in 1606 to share a tomb with her half-sister, Mary?
She was first buried in the vault of her grandfather, Henry VII.
#6. With which of his wives is King Henry VIII buried?
The answer is Jane Seymour.
#7. Queen Jane Seymour's heart was buried at this place...
The answer is Hampton Court Palace.
#8. True or false: Mary I left instructions for her mother, Catherine of Aragon, to be moved from Peterborough to be buried with her.
Although her wishes were ignored.
#9. Mary, Queen of Scots was buried in the Henry VII Chapel of Westminster Abbey.
#10. Mary Tudor, Queen of France, sister of Henry VIII, was moved to St. Mary's Church, Bury St. Edmunds, from the Abbey of Bury St Edmund, why?
Correct answer: The abbey was dissolved in the dissolution of the monasteries.
#11. True or false: the tomb of Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, at Charterhouse, Perth, has been lost.
Nothing survives of the priory above ground now.