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Men, Women and Children in Tudor Times
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Take a look at the role of men, women and children in everyday life in Tudor times.
Drawing on evidence the Tudors left behind, this book examines how Tudors lived, studied, worked, worshipped and played.
There’s also the chance to find out about some of the key people who lived during this period of history, including Edward VI, Bess of Hardwick and John Esson, a poor orphan.
October 13th, 2011
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