There are Seventy-four pages of Tudor-ness in the February edition of Tudor Life Magazine. The theme this month is "16th Century Europe", which has made both our regular columnists and guest writers really come out with some interesting articles. Enjoy this taster and then why not join up for a magazine subscription to enjoy the whole magazine.
The full magazine includes:
- The Queens of 1536 by Gareth Russell
- The First Feminist? by Derek Wilson
- Women of the Italian Renaissance by Conor Byrne
- Antwerp - a vibrant musical city by Jane Moulder
- Dover to Abbeville with Mary Tudor by Sarah Bryson
- English Royalty and the Borgias by Samantha Morris
- Frankfurt, June 1557, An excerpt from “Cor Rotto” by Adrienne Dillard
- Scourge of Henry VIII book review by Charlie Fenton
- The Tower of London by Tim Ridgway
- From the Tudor Spicery on Gingerbread by Riognach O’Geraghty
- On this day in February by Claire Ridgway
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