The Tudors: The Kings And Queens Of England's Golden Age
From the tyrannical Henry VIII with his succession of wives, to the fiercely Catholic "Bloody Mary" and Elizabeth, the "Virgin queen," Jane Bingham analyzes the Tudor rulers, both infamous and revered, examining just how fairly history has treated them. In Tudor England, the splendor of court life contrasted starkly with the squalor of the overcrowded, rat-infested cities and the gruesome executions meted out to heretics and traitors, both real and imagined. The power of these monarchs was absolute and spanned from the English Renaissance and religious Reformation to the age of Shakespeare and England's early colonial expansions into the "New World."
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- Format: Paperback
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Sirius
- ISBN-13: 9781784289539
- ISBN: 1784289531
- Publication Year: 2018