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Offline ronhoffman2

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Re: "The Tudors"
« Reply #45 on: August 22, 2009, 06:39:52 AM »
Just started watching this and I really enjoy it. I don't care if it's historically accurate. It probably would be pretty boring if it was.  Anyways, i have a question regarding near the end of episode 7, season 1.  In the church during the funeral, on the pews, there are pillows with spurs sitting on top of them in between the people.  What is the significance of this?
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Offline Becky10

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Re: "The Tudors"
« Reply #46 on: August 23, 2009, 12:17:39 AM »
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  In the church during the funeral, on the pews, there are pillows with spurs sitting on top of them in between the people.  What is the significance of this?

I believe it's along the same line as the horse with out a rider tht you see in funeral services for the military (I think, or is it the police, or both..). I can't find a good way of putting it :-\. Basically showing that there will be an empty place without him now.
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