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The Hearts and Stomachs of Queens – A Day of Talks – 6th November Southwark Cathedral

Lady Jane Grey is included in the ‘The Hearts and Stomachs of Queens’ a day of talks at Southwark Cathedral on 6th November. The Hearts and Stomachs of Queens Saturday 6 November 2021 10:15-17:00 Southwark Cathedral £18 ‘Five of the … Continue reading

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‘Richard III and the Princes in the Tower’ Talk by Matt Lewis – Jan 30th

At the end of January I watched Matt Lewis’s interesting talk about Richard III and the Princes in the Tower. The princes were the subject of Matt’s book, ‘The Survival of the Princes in the Tower’, which was published in … Continue reading

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Too Close to Her Throne: The Other Cousins – Talk by Professor Susan Doran

Too Close to Her Throne: The Other Cousins Professor Susan Doran Online Event for the British Library 13th October 19.30-20.30 ‘Professor Sue Doran looks how other close female kin of Elizabeth I created problems for her as well as themselves. … Continue reading

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Queens Regnant – Tudor Royal Women with Tracy Borman

3 Tudor Queens (Lady Jane Grey, Mary I and Elizabeth I). If things had gone to plan there would have been no Queens. Daughters did not have equal rights in terms of precedence. It was sons that counted. Prince Arthur … Continue reading

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‘Arbella Stewart’ – Talk by Sarah Gristwood

Last Tuesday I watched Sarah Gristwood’s fascinating talk about Arbella Stewart. Arbella was the subject of Sarah’s first book, ‘Arbella: England’s Lost Queen.’ Arbella was a great-great grandaughter of Henry VII and after the early deaths of her parents, was … Continue reading

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