Triumph and Tragedy: The Enduring Appeal of Henry VIII’s Six Wives by Conor Byrne

| December 8, 2016

Triumph and Tragedy: The Enduring Appeal of Henry VIII’s Six Wives by Conor Byrne

Thank you to author and historian Conor Byrne for writing this guest article for us today. Yesterday, the Guardian published a provocative article entitled “Six Wives with Lucy Worsley: Why TV shows are for the chop.” The article, which reviewed the Oxford-educated presenter’s new television series on Henry VIII’s consorts, was highly critical. Joel Golby […]

New online history course – The Six Wives of Henry VIII

| September 19, 2016

New online history course – The Six Wives of Henry VIII

MedievalCourses.com has today launched a new online history course written and narrated by historian Gareth Russell, author of The Emperors: How Europe’s Rulers Were Destroyed by the First World War, A History of the English Monarchy: From Boadicea to Elizabeth I and the forthcoming Young and Damned and Fair: The Life and Tragedy of Catherine […]

In Celebration of International Women’s Day

| March 8, 2015

In Celebration of International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day, I wanted to draw attention to some articles on this site about Henry VIII’s wives and some other high-profile women of the Tudor period. Catherine of Aragon – The Boring One? Anne Boleyn – The Mysterious and Maligned One Jane Seymour – The Meek and Mild One? Anne of Cleves […]

Anne Boleyn Files Zazzle Shop – Lots of Tudor goodies!

| June 6, 2014

Anne Boleyn Files Zazzle Shop – Lots of Tudor goodies!

Did you know that The Anne Boleyn Files has a Zazzle shop? Well, we do! At our Zazzle shop, you can buy mugs, t-shirts, mousemats, iPad covers etc. featuring images of Anne Boleyn, the sword and B necklace image from The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown, and the cartoon Henry VIII and his six […]