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RE: Who lives a better quality of life: A 16th century English king or an American making 35,000 a year?
Henry VII died from tuberculosis, aged 52.
Henry VIII died at 55, potentially of McLeod Syndrome, which is still not curable today.
Edward VI died aged 15, possibly from an infection. However, some historians believe that he was poisoned.
Lady Jane Grey was a stand-in Monarch who was beheaded at 16 after a 9 day reign. Mary had decided it was about time for a Catholic to take charge.
(Bloody) Mary died aged 42, possibly from cancer or an ovarian cyst. She had reigned jointly with King Phillip of Spain. Phillip temporarily succeeded her but was soon seen off. He died at the ripe old age of 71.
Elizabeth died in her sleep at 69,
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