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The Tudor Society

October 2015 Tudor Life Magazine

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Feature Edition: The Reformation

This October we have asked a wide range of Tudor historians to focus on what happened during the Reformation. It was a time of great upheaval in our history and, as you'll discover, the effects of the reformation are still being felt today in many areas.

This issue includes:

  • Pomegranates and falcons - Amy Licence
  • Art and Religion in Tudor times - Melanie V. Taylor
  • The choices Catholics faced in Tudor England - Stephanie Mann
  • Psalmody in Reformation England - Jane Moulder
  • Cromwell: martyr or mercenary - Kyra Kramer
  • So much misery to our loving subjects - Gareth Russell
  • The Taming of the Queen - book review by Charlie Fenton
  • Henrietta Maria in trouble - Dominic Pierce
  • Henry, son of Edmund, son of Owen - Olga Hughes
  • October feast days - Claire Ridgway
  • Coughton Court - Andy Crossley
  • The commoners of the English Reformation - Beth von Staats



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There are 4 comments Go To Comment

  1. L /

    Had a quick flick through the magazine and there are many articals I can’t wait to read. I have just bought The Taming Of The Queen and enjoyed the review of the book. I would love to see more honest reviews of new published books. As usual the magazine is excellent

    1. < /

      Let me know what you think of “The Taming of the Queen”, Lynne, I’d be interested to know.

  2. G /

    I am so proud of this edition of the magazine. It was so fascinating to read each article as they came in and really hope that people enjoy it!

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October 2015 Tudor Life Magazine