Nonsuch Palace


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Nonsuch Palace

(ˈnʌnˌsʌtʃ)
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(Named Buildings) a former royal palace in Cuddington in London: built in 1538 for Henry VIII; later visited by Elizabeth I, James I, Charles I, and Charles II; demolished (1682–1702)
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THERE aren't many homes that can boast superb oak panelling and leaded windows that are reputedly from Nonsuch Palace - regarded as Henry VIII's grandest building project.
Findlay begins the chapter with Jane Lumley's translation of Iphigenia at Aulis, noting the resemblance between the setting of the play and the outer garden of Nonsuch Palace and suggesting that Lumley may have been influenced by Elizabeth's visit to Nonsuch in 1559.