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Category Archives: the tudors
May 19th 1536 – Queen Anne Boleyn, who had been arrested and tried for the crimes of incest and treason, was executed at the Tower of London. I’ve been quite open about my Tudor Burnout, however Anne Boleyn was one … Continue reading
Picture by me The Tudors have been a huge interest of mine since I was at least 8 years old, when we did a big project at primary school about Henry VIII’s six wives. We had to paint a particular … Continue reading
I’ve been struggling for a few days to think of anything to write for the blog, and can only describe this lull as some kind of writers block. There are book reviews to be written and shared but if I’m … Continue reading
Picture source http://tudorhistory.org/howard/gallery.html I have written extensively on Katherine Howard in my “Inspirations from History” series, so please do feel free to check that out. On this day in history, 13th February 1542, the young Katherine Howard and Lady Jane … Continue reading