Author Roland Hui shares 10 fun and fascinating facts about Tudor Queens!
Tudor fans! Today, we’re hosting day 1 of Roland Hui’s Book Tour and running an international contest to give away a copy of his latest novel: The Turbulent Crown: The Story of the Tudor Queens Want a chance to win it?
Across the seventeenth century medical self-help manuals noted that aromatic substances were a suitable remedy for female barrenness.
The reprinting of the Malleus at this time has often led to the belief that the medieval text played a large role in this rise in witch hunts. However, a comparison of the Malleus to later works shows a shift in the definitions of witchcraft during the early modern era.
Nell always remained faithful to the King. He was her greatest friend.
Margaret Douglas, sometimes styled ‘Princess of Scotland’, was the daughter of Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland and her second husband, Archibald Douglas, Earl of Angus.