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Dan Snow and History

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

History Happy Hour

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#HistoryHappyHour: The 1530s Join us on Clubhouse Friday, August 13 at 5:30pm EDT for a chat about the 1530s. I'll be joining the Archeology History 101 Club Bring a drink Have one of your own, but it's always fun to find a drink recipe that was popular in the decade

Gone Medieval

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Welcome Matt Lewis to All Things Tudor AND let's find out more about his new podcast. Matt Lewis is a writer and historian of the high and late medieval periods. His primary focus is the Wars of the Roses, but he has also written on The Anarchy, Henry II, Eleanor

Tudors & More

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Chalke Valley History Festival 2021 It's on!!! The Daily Mail Chalke Valley History Festival  Wednesday 23rd to Sunday 27th June  One of the first major festivals to run this year!    This year’s Daily Mail Chalke Valley History Festival is like no other. A slightly  shortened version due to the

Not Just The Tudors

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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

Edward Gresham

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Edward Gresham, practitioner of astrology, medicine and maker of magic was born on this day in 1565. He is known for his treatise Astrostereon and many believed his almanacs and 'predictions' foretold the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 - to the point that he was implicated in them. His astrological almanacs were

Queen Anne Boleyn

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The date was April 12, 1533, the day was Easter and the place was Greenwich Palace where Anne Boleyn was first publicly presented as queen to the Tudor Court. Her husband, King Henry VIII would have her crowned queen consort on 1 June 1533 in a magnificent ceremony at Westminster Abbey. Anne was

Medicine, Magic and Music

History

The Healing Properties of Music Observed in the Lives of Anne Boleyn, Mary Queen of Scots & Elizabeth I by Hunter S. Jones When we think of Tudor England, various images flash through our mind. Kings, many queens, dashing courtiers, spies, and ruthless intrigues enter the mix. Add a dash

Medicine, Magic and Music: Elizabeth I

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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

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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

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