The Tudors: A Very Peculiar History New
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The Tudors were an odd bunch, more odd than their subjects, perhaps. When they weren’t beheading wives and enemies they were threatening to, or going around earning themselves nicknames like ‘Bloody Mary’ and ‘The 9 Day Queen’. The Tudors: A Very Peculiar History tells the story of the Tudor monarchs, their castles, their lives and their subjects in a time when it was fashionable to slash up your clothes for that fresh from battleA” look. The book details each monarch’s reign and casts light on the more bizarre elements of their time in power, right down to an analysis of their seals and signatures and the various torture and execution methods they liked to use
March 1st, 2011
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