Five things you didn’t know about Margaret Douglas. She was brought up at the English court by her uncle Henry VIII. Margaret’s parents were Archibald
Margaret Clitherow: Crime and Punishment in Tudor York
THE FIVE MOST SHOCKING TUDOR PUNISHMENTS
The Tudor Matriarch: Catherine of Valois
The Grey lady…
What did Elizabeth I Learn from Each of the Five Major Rebellions Against Her?
In this post for World Book Day, Natalie Grueninger explains the writing process behind her recent release The Final Year of Anne Boleyn.
This week on the Pen and Sword blog we’re focusing on the history of witches and witchcraft. Here’s our first guest post from author Neha Roy.
Imprisoning Mary Queen of Scots: Sewing bees, sedition and regicide
Life was often nasty, brutish and painful for criminals in Tudor England, with a host of fiendish punishments dished out by the state to wrong