The traditional Tudor rose combines the white rose of the House of York and the red rose of the House of Lancaster, and became a heraldic symbol of England when the two houses were united on the marriage of Henry VII, of Lancaster, married Elizabeth of York. The motif of the Tudor rose became particularly associated with his successor, Henry VIII, who used it a great deal as he was descended from both houses.
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