Royal portrait distills the loss of Calais
THE loss of the English enclave of Calais in 1558, these days the first port of call in France for millions of tourists, has always been blamed on Queen Mary I, who is alleged to have cried that the name of Calais would, after her death, be found engraved on her heart.
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