Early Modern

A recent documentary called William Tyndale the ‘Most Dangerous Man in Tudor England’ for his reformist work against the Catholic Church.

Archaeologists find rare but instantly recognisable Witch Bottles from this era of magic and superstition

Towards the end of the Tudor Period (1485-1603), the height of fashion was Elizabethan Ruffs.

A documentary based on Ian Mortimer’s latest book offers a Time Traveller’s Guide  to Elizabethan England.

Fearful of a joint invasion from France and Scotland, Elizabeth I strengthened the fortifications of the border-town of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Two rooms in two Edinburgh royal residences can reveal a great deal about the turbulent reign of Mary Queen of Scots.

 

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