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All Things Tudor – The Magazine

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The December issue of the All Things Tudor magazine is now available on Amazon! Look for articles from Dr Norman Jones (The Tudor War on Christmas), Terence Hawkins review of John Crowley's Elizabethan novel Flint and Mirror, Grace Beattie, best seller Sylvia Barbara Soberton , Hannah Thomas of The Tudor

The Curious Professor

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Dr Karen M Bryson has featured me on her podcast - The Curious Professor. I have included a link to the episode below, and you'll find links to Dr Bryson's socials too. THE TUDORS WITH HISTORIAN DEB HUNTER (buzzsprout.com) Please share the episode with your friends. Enjoy! Find Dr Bryson

All Things Tudor

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Thrilled to see the All Things Tudor blog is #1 in the US on the Tudor History list for most read and highest SEO in 2022! #3 worldwide   Thank you for reading it!  All Things Tudor Blog www.AllThingsTudor.com is one of the Top 25 Tudor History Blogs on the web via

Tudor Holiday Music Podcast

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In this episode of All Things Tudor, musician and historian Tamsin Lewis discusses how the Tudors used music during the Christmas Holidays and beyond. If you're curious about Tudor Christmas and Twelfth Night music and traditions, this podcast is for you. You’ll recognize Tamsin for her work with Lucy Worsley

Spotify Top 50 History!

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This week the All Things Tudor podcast hit the Top 50 History chart on Spotify. Here's the episode that took the podcast over the top - an interview with Catherine of Aragon (Gerianne Perez) and Anne Boleyn (Zan Berube) from the musical SIX.  Check the pod here.   About the

Six Wives and Trashy Divorces

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In this episode of All Things Tudor and the ongoing discussion of Tudors history, Alicia Mintz-superstar podcaster of Trashy Divorces-joins Deb for a sparkly discussion of the six wives of Henry VIII. They were all such unique personalities, and they are still relevant as witnessed by the breakout success of

The Tudors in Art, Objects and Imagery

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The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England The following images and information have graciously been shared by The Met to give you an idea of the art and objects on display at the current exhibit. Please enjoy. Quentin Metsys the Younger (Netherlandish, 1543–1589) Elizabeth I of England (The Sieve

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