15th January 1559 – The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth I

On the 15th January 1559, a day chosen by her astrologer Dr John Dee, a triumphant Elizabeth Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, processed from Westminster Hall into Westminster Abbey to be crowned queen. She was just 25 years old and was the third child of Henry VIII to become monarch and was the longest reigning of them, ruling England for over 44 years.

You can read the full details of Elizabeth’s triumphant day in my article “The Coronation of Elizabeth I – 15th January 1559” and you may also be interested in reading more about Elizabeth’s coronation chart and why John Dee chose the 15th January as an auspicious day for the occasion – see Elizabeth I’s Coronation Chart.

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