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The Tudor Society

September 2016 Tudor Life Magazine

pWales, Scotland and Ireland are often forgotten when you think about the Tudor period, but, as you'll discover in this month's Tudor Life magazine, the were very important indeed.

A top quality with 78 pages, this "Dominions" edition of Tudor Life is an amazing focus on the British Isles (and there's a really great article on grilled cheese by Olga Hughes - Welsh Rarebit!)

Includes:

  • 16th Century Scotland and Ireland - Dominic Pearce
  • What If? Part 1 - Timothy Venning
  • Wales and the Tudor Legacy - Nathen Amin
  • Her infinite variety: Mary, Queen of Scots, and the silver screen - Gareth Russell
  • Basing House: Tudor Place - Marcia Wadham
  • What do Ireland, Scotland and Wales all have in common? - Kyra Kramer
  • The Devil's Chalice - D.K. Wilson
  • Music in the royal courts of Scotland - Jane Moulder
  • The Private Lives of the Tudors - Book review by Charlie Fenton
  • A Tale of toasted cheese - Olga Hughes
  • September on this day in Tudor history - Claire Ridgway



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September 2016 Tudor Life Magazine