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Sneak peek – February 2015 Tudor Life Magazine

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  1. L

    The sarabande is first mentioned in Central America: in 1539, a dance called zarabanda is mentioned in the poem Vida y tiempo de Maricastaña written in Panama by Fernando de Guzmán Mejía.[1][2] The dance seems to have been especially popular in the 16th and 17th centuries, initially in the Spanish colonies, before moving back across the Atlantic to Spain. In its time, it was controversial since it was thought too indecent—Miguel de Cervantes once said it was “invented in Hell”. It was banned several times, but it was still performed by many people and even by clerics during the mass. It was banned in Spain in 1583 for its obscenity, by the 17th Century however it had perhaps been reworked, and become a slower and more exceptable dance.

  2. j

    Tudor life magazine.
    Hi I was wondering how to subscribe to this magazine? Can you please provide me with the information. I am very interested.

    Thank you

    Jancie Hedden

    1. C

      If you go to the home page it tells you all about joining the Tudor Society. There are monthly, 6 monthly and yearly payment plans. The magazine is part of the membership package.

  3. T

    I forgot my password! Help, how do I retrieve it? Thank you!

    1. C

      Hi Terri,

      I have just reset your password for you and emailed you with the details. Do let me know if you don’t receive the email or if you have any problems.


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Sneak peek – February 2015 Tudor Life Magazine