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William Tyndale’s The Obedience of a Christian Man and how it got into Henry VIII’s hands

| October 2, 2017

William Tyndale’s The Obedience of a Christian Man and how it got into Henry VIII’s hands

On 2nd October 1528 English reformer and Bible translator William Tyndale published his most influential book, The Obedience of the Christian Man and How Christian Rulers Ought to Govern. This book features in a story about Anne Boleyn, which is told by both George Wyatt, grandson of Thomas Wyatt the Poet, and the 17th century […]

Catherine of Aragon – Right to fight?

| January 29, 2016

Catherine of Aragon – Right to fight?

Today is the anniversary of Catherine of Aragon’s burial at Peterborough Abbey in 1536, so I just wanted to pose a question: “Was Catherine of Aragon right in fighting for her marriage and not accepting the annulment?” I’d love to hear your views on this so please do leave a comment. Allow me first to […]

Are the Religious Divisions of Tudor Times Still Alive Today?

| June 10, 2011

Are the Religious Divisions of Tudor Times Still Alive Today?

I’m not sure what it is about Fridays but I always seem to be getting on my soapbox on Fridays and here I am again ready to fight the world and shout my opinion from the roof tops (or my soapbox or high horse!)! Today’s rant was sparked off by an email I received from […]

A Great Impact on History

| February 17, 2011

A Great Impact on History

The impact that Anne Boleyn’s life and death had on history can be viewed in two ways – by the short-term impact that Anne’s life and death had on the contemporary history of the Tudor age, and the long-term effect that it has had on world history in the centuries since her execution. At the […]

The Legacy of Queen Anne Boleyn

| February 17, 2011

The Legacy of Queen Anne Boleyn

Ask people to name just one of King Henry VIII’s six wives and the chances are they will name Anne Boleyn. Love her or hate her, she led an amazing, though brief, life and her untimely death still courts interest and debate 475 years later. Although she died still a young woman and was Queen […]

Did Anne Boleyn Make an Impact on History? – Hell Yes!

| February 17, 2011

Did Anne Boleyn Make an Impact on History? – Hell Yes!

I think this question depends on who you are asking it off. Not everybody is of the same opinion when the name Anne Boleyn is mentioned. But, if you are looking for a short and simple answer to this question from me, the answer is ‘Hell Yes!’ You only have to type the name ‘Anne […]

Ancient Footprints in English Clay

| February 17, 2011

Ancient Footprints in English Clay

We all leave our footprints on this earth, some are like prints on the seashore: washed away by the first wave, seeming never to have been. There are however footprints printed in a firm clay surface that last through the ages. Longlasting footprints she has indeed, this lady. Her little feet set their first steps […]

Anne Boleyn’s Impact on History

| February 17, 2011

Anne Boleyn’s Impact on History

“No English queen has had more impact on the history of the nation than Anne Boleyn” (Joanna Denny’s “Anne Boleyn: A New Life of England’s Tragic Queen”) There are many figures in our great world that have made a significant impact on the course of History. From the United States stand point, for example, our […]