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A Visitor's Companion to Tudor England

Fty Tudor places from the famous palace at Hampton Court where dangerous court intrigue was rife to less well known houses such as Anne Boleyn's childhood home at Hever Castle or Tutbury Castle where Mary ueen of Scots was imprisoned In the corridors of power and the courtyards of country houses we meet the passionate but tragic Kate. Review This book was a wonderful guide to Tudor England and you can really begin to see and understand the places purely from reading it I first read it in preparation for a trip to London when I was planning to visit Hampton Court and the National Portrait Gallery having already been to the Tower of London It gave a great background to these places and others and allowed me to further develop what she had outlined when I actually visited the places in person A new kind of guidebook and a really brilliant one General Subjects History Travel Architecture Tudors Castles PlacesRecommend YesMy Rating 1920 Intensive Care you can really begin to see and understand the places purely from reading it I first read it in preparation for a trip to London when I was planning to visit Hampton Court and the National Portrait Gallery having already been to the Tower of London It gave a great background to these places and others and allowed me to further develop what she had outlined when I actually visited the places in person A new kind of guidebook and a really brilliant one General Subjects History Travel Architecture Tudors Castles PlacesRecommend YesMy Rating 1920

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Meet the Tudors in this fascinating book about the places where they lived played and worshipped For the armchair traveller or those looking for inspiration for a day out A Visitor's Companion to Tudor England takes you to palaces castles theatres and abbeys to uncover the stories behind Tudor England Suzannah Lipscomb visits over fi. Very interesting to read about all of these places

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Ryn Parr Henry VIII's last wife Lady Jane Grey the nine day ueen and hear how Sir Walter Raleigh planned his trip to the New World Through the places that defined them this lively and engaging book reveals the rich history of the Tudors and paints a vivid and captivating picture of what it would have been like to live in Tudor England. Don t remember how I stumbled on this Love serendipity After reading Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies I thought it was a great read I d love to spend a summer just walking and touring England The wife is all in


About the Author: Suzannah Lipscomb

Dr Suzannah Lipscomb is Reader in Early Modern History at the University of Roehampton She is the author of 1536 The Year that Changed Henry VIII A Visitor's Companion to Tudor England and The King is Dead The Last Will and Testament of Henry VIII She also writes and presents television programmes including series on Henry VIII and his Six Wives Witches A Century of Murder and Elizabeth



10 thoughts on “A Visitor's Companion to Tudor England

  1. says:

    I was so excited when Suzannah Lipscomb told me that she was writing this book because I knew it would be different to all of the guide books that are out there and it is The word companion is spot on because it is a guide that will appeal to those who want to actually physically go and visit these Tudor places and to those who want to be transported from the comfort of their armchair to Tudor England without m

  2. says:

    Very interesting to read about all of these places

  3. says:

    This book was personally disappointing as it was not what I hoped it would be Of course that's my fault since I should have been careful in my selection Based on the title big mistake I know I thought it would be a discourse on the daily life of the Englishman living during the Tudor era Well it wasn't any such thing I think I could have overlooked my disappointment and rated this book better if it wasn't for the fact the book is also a di

  4. says:

    Although I can’t afford to visit my beloved England some day; I can start my itinerary ahead of time using “A Journey Through Tudor England” by Suzannah Lipscomb Combining a guide book which you could easily find in an English tourist gift shop with elements of a history work Lipscomb brings England to those who are unable to visit the country for themselvesNot to be confused with a scholarly work Lipscomb makes it clear in the int

  5. says:

    Review This book was a wonderful guide to Tudor England and you can really begin to see and understand the places purely from reading it I first read it in preparation for a trip to London when I was planning to visit Hampton Court and the National Portrait Gallery having already been to the Tower of London It gave a great background to these places and others and allowed me to further develop what she had o

  6. says:

    Book A Journey Through Tudor England Author Suzannah Lipscomb Rating 5 Out of 5 StarsSo offered me a 500 credit toward ebooks and this was on that I bought I have admired Suzannah’s wonderful documentaries and talks but I have never actually read one of her books I really enjoyed this Like the amazing presenter that she is her writing is just as wonderful and passionate Suzannah has written a guide book that is both simple and

  7. says:

    I really loved this book I think it should have pictures to accompany each description of all the different places included though as I found myself Googling some of the places to get a visual feel of it All the little stori

  8. says:

    Don't remember how I stumbled on this Love serendipity After reading Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies I thought it was a great read I'd love to spend a summer just walking and touring England The wife is all in

  9. says:

    Good Interesting as you get a tour round not just all the royal palaces but places that were significant during the tumultuous peri

  10. says:

    Another governmental bureaucrat telling the governmental orthodoxy for a higher governmental wage

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