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March 2018 – Tudor Life – The Howards

Here is the full version of our 68-page March edition of Tudor Life Magazine. This month we have articles about the Howard family, a family who were very influential and who even produced two queens.

The magazine has loads of articles for members to enjoy including:

  • The Dowager Duchess of Norfolk by Marilyn Roberts
  • My Six Wives Poems by Ceri Creffield
  • Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey: pride and recklessness by Conor Byrne
  • Howards Linking Letter Quiz by Catherine Brooks
  • The Portraiture of Queen Katheryn Howard by Roland Hui
  • The Household of Elizabeth of York: A generous employer by Lauren Browne
  • The Early Howards by Debra Bayani
  • A teenaged queen: a look at 2003’s Henry VIII by Emma Elizabeth Taylor
  • Book review: The Lost Kings by Amy Licence & The Last Tudor by Philippa Gregory reviewed by Charlie Fenton
  • Howard Pimps: Did the family really plot to make Catherine Howard Queen? extract from Gareth Russell’s book
  • George Ripley and the Philosopher’s Stone by Toni Mount
  • From the Spicery: What is Off the Tudor Menu? by Rioghnach O’Geraghty
  • March’s “On this day in history” by Claire Ridgway

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  1. R

    How cool, an issue dedicated to the Howards, one of my favourite historic families, made up of the great and the good of every reign since Edward I. I am really looking forward to this.

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March 2018 – Tudor Life – The Howards