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Alison Weir and All Things Tudor

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ALISON WEIR is on the All Things Tudor podcast talking The Last White Rose: A Novel of Elizabeth of York. You’ll want to hear what she has to reveal about Elizabeth York, Richard III, the Princes in the Tower AND the Chalke Valley History Festival! This is also the All Things Tudor book

All Things Tudor – The Magazine

Anyone interested in Tudor History can now access it digitally via the All Things Tudor magazine. This is an innovative periodic journal that features historical and literary articles from experts and bestselling authors. Founded by Deb Hunter, USA Today bestselling author, historian and podcaster will serve as Editor-in-Chief. The journal

The Historians Magazine X All Things Tudor

I'm thrilled to announce that The Historians Magazine has invited All Things Tudor to do a Special Edition Tudor history theme for their Edition 7, which will be published in Spring of 2022. Submissions are now open! According to the Founder, Rosie Maggs "As you can guess we’re looking for

Dan Snow and History

Dan Snow, the U.K.'s History Guy will make his debut Clubhouse appearance in an interview with US historian Deb Hunter (me) on September 7th at 3pm Eastern time/20:00 UK time. Dan Snow is history's rockstar. He is a BAFTA award-winning broadcaster, chart-topping podcast presenter, and Sunday Times bestselling author. He is the founder

Not Just The Tudors

Announcing Not Just the Tudors All Things Tudor is happy to let you know about the latest podcast announcement from History Hit and renowned historian Suzannah Lipscomb....Not Just the TudorsIn the podcast Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks about everything from the Aztecs to witches, Velázquez to Shakespeare, Mughal India to the

Medicine, Magic and Music: Elizabeth I

Elizabeth ICoronation Portrait The last Tudor monarch, Queen Elizabeth I, was the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Her early life went from Princess to being declared illegitimate after her mother was executed. At one point, her sister Mary had her placed in The Tower on charges of treason.

Medicine, Magic and Music

Part 2 - Mary, Queen of Scots Mary, Queen of Scots Mary, Queen of Scots, also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland, was Queen of Scotland from December 1542 to July 1567 and Queen Consort of France from July 1559 until December 1560. Mary was the daughter

Tudor Jewelry

Danegeld Historic Jewellery Please welcome Danegeld Historic Jewllery and the owner, George Easton to All Things Tudor. If this jewelry doesn't tempt you, I don't know... The mission of Danegold is to accurately research and reproduce period metalwork. According to the owner, "I always try to make my pieces as

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