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