The Tudor Society

March 2017 Tudor Life Magazine

Here's the full edition of our full-colour 76-page March edition of Tudor Life Magazine. The theme this month is "Children and Childbirth"... it is a wonderful magazine, including:

  • Childbirth in the Tudor age by Sarah Bryson
  • The death downstairs by Sarah E. George
  • Criminals in Medieval England by Dmitry Yakhovsky
  • Ritual and reformation by Lauren Browne
  • The Tudors' lost heirs by Conor Byrne
  • Children of the Chapel Royal by Jane Moulder
  • No one thought it was the stork by Kyra C. Kramer
  • Jane the Quene by Emma Taylor
  • The reformation - what did it mean? by Toni Mount
  • An excerpt from "Falling Pomegranate Seeds" by Wendy J. Dunn
  • Review of "The Tudors in 100 Objects reviewed by Charlie Fenton
  • The Katherine of Aragon festival by Charlie Fenton
  • Chocolate ... yes... chocolate by Rioghnach O'Geraghty
  • PLUS EXCLUSIVE member discount to "The Sphere of Light"

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  1. H

    Interesting articles on childbirth. Churching was still in practice in the 1950s. My Mum refused to be Churched after my twin and I were born. One lady I knew of said she “Wore a runnel going to Church to be Churched” she had so many babies! She attended her local”low” Anglican Church, so had to go to a “high” Anglican church for that service.

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March 2017 Tudor Life Magazine