Often overlooked when we examine the past, the poor were a key and important part of everyday life in Tudor times. This month's magazine examines how the Tudors saw the poor and takes us into some interesting places!
This month the magazine contains:
- Queen Mary I: Washing the Feet of the Poor by Susan Abernethy
- Communal giving and merrymaking by Lauren Browne
- What did the Tudor Poor do for Fun? by Sarah-Beth Watkins
- Funding the Royal Family by Gayler Hulme
- The Exeter Conspiracy that wasn’t… by Kyra C. Kramer
- The Portraiture of Anne of Cleves by Roland Hui
- Editor’s Picks - books on the poor by Gareth Russell
- A visit to Ditchling by Ian Mulcahy
- Tudor Marriages Quiz by Catherine Brooks
- The Tumultuous life of Sir Walter Raleigh Part 2 by Toni Mount
- Uncrowned Queen | The Mirror and the Light book reviews by Charlie Fenton
- Always talking Tudor an interview with Natalie Grueninger by Catherine Brooks
- Why write in dark times? by Wendy J. Dunn
- Worth its weight in gold: Saffron and Rose by Rioghnach O’Geraghty
- June’s “On this day” by Claire Ridgway
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