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TUDOR HISTORY LINKS


Tudor Rose

A collection of links to websites of Tudor History interest. To suggest a website for inclusion, please email links@tudorsandstuarts.com


GENERAL
TudorHistory.org ~ An excellent and extensive website dedicated to Tudor history.
Tudor History ~ Another comprehensive website dedicated to Tudor history.
BBC Tudor History ~ Information on Tudor history from the BBC.
Tudor England ~ From HistoryLearningSite.co.uk
Tudor Times ~ A list of websites dedicated to Tudor history.
Tudor England ~ From BritainExpress.com
The Tudors ~ From The National Archives and the V&A.
Tudor Place ~ Another website about the Tudors.
The Tudors ~ Provides resources on Tudor history.

WARS OF THE ROSES
Wars Of The Roses ~ A website dedicated the Wars of the Roses.
Wars Of The Roses ~ Another website dedicated to the Wars of the Roses.
Wars Of The Roses ~ A website by Michael Miller.
Richard III ~ From the Richard III Society.


ELIZABETHAN HISTORY
Elizabethan Era ~ A website dedicated to Elizabethan history.
Renaissance: Elizabethan World ~ Another extensive site dedicated to the Elizabethan age.


PEOPLE
Elizabeth R ~ My website dedicated to the life and times of Queen Elizabeth I.
Lady Jane Grey ~ A comprehensive website dedicated to England's Nine Day Queen.
Mary Tudor ~ A website dedicated to Queen Mary I (1516-1558).
Mary, Queen Of Scots ~ A comprehensive website from the Marie Stuart Society.
Scotland's Mary ~ Another webside dedicated to Mary, Queen Of Scots.


FOR CHILDREN
Tudor Times ~ A website from Nettlesworth Primary School.
Henry VIII & The Tudors ~ An interactive website for 7-11 year olds.


WIKIPEDIA
Henry VII ~ Biography.
Henry VIII ~ Biography.
Edward VI ~ Biography
Lady Jane Grey ~ Biography.
Mary I ~ Biography.
Elizabeth I ~ Biography.


AUTHORS
Alison Weir ~ The Official Website.
Philippa Gregory ~ The Official Website
John Guy ~ The Official Website
Antonia Fraser ~ The Official Website



PLACES TO VISIT
Hamton Court Palace ~ Henry VIII's magnificent Tudor palace, remodelled by William III and Mary II.
Windsor Castle ~ This has been an important royal residence for a millenium.
Tower Of London ~ While this was officially a palace, it is more famous as a prison.
Hatfield House ~ Elizabeth I's childhood home. The Great Hall survives.
St James's Palace ~ One of the most important residences of the Tudor and Stuart monarchs.
Shakespeare's Globe ~ An impressive reconstruction of Shakespeare's famous playhouse.
Bosworth Battlefield ~ The place where the rule of the Tudors began.



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