Jane Seymour, the third wife of Henry VIII, is an intriguing character. In this month's Tudor Life magazine our experts examine many interesting aspects of her life.
October is also the month of the Pilgrimage of Grace, so we've focused on some of the events surrounding the most serious rebellion of the Tudor era.
A top quality with 62 pages, this "Jane Seymour" edition will keep all who are interested in Tudor history very happy indeed.
- The secret life of musicians - Jane Moulder
- What's in a name?: The Pilgrimage of Grace - Stephanie A. Mann
- Jane Seymour and xixteenth century expectations of queenship - Conor Byrne
- The smiling assassin? Modern criticism of Queen Jane Seymour - Gareth Russell
- The Tudor monarchs' health issues - Toni Mount
- Jane Seymour in portraiture - Melanie V. Taylor
- Bolton Castle, Wensleydale: Tudor Places - Jane Moulder
- Katherine Howard: The Tragic Story of Henry VIII's Fifth Queen - book review by Charlie Fenton
- Quails for the Queen - Olga Hughes
- October's on this day in Tudor history - Claire Ridgway
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Just downloaded the October issue of Tudor Life, and getting ready to delve into it! I look forward to your monthly magazine.
Thank you! I hope you enjoy it.
Beautiful issue! Thanks for featuring my article on The Pilgrimage of Grace.
It’s a wonderful article so thank you for doing it.
How I’ve missed this magazine a really enjoyable read. I started to read it at the beginning of X Factor and just finished reading it before Poldark started. What a great way to spend a Sunday night