Volume: 41 Issue: 6
Contents of History Today, June 1991
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William Sessions on the connections of the charismatic courtier-poet who in a short and ill-fated life bridged the aristocratic Renaissance cultures of the...
Maria Dowling considers the contribution of Henry VIII's queens in promoting new learning and religion at the Tudor court.
Janet Backhouse quarries the contents of Henry's manuscript library and discusses what they tell us of his taste, interests and the attempts of others to curry...
David Starkey provides an introduction to the remarkable ruler born 500 years ago, whose anniversary the Greenwich exhibition is marking, and places his...
Top gun? Alexander McKee assesses Henry VIII's prowess as a commander by land and sea in the light of his 1545 campaigns against the French.
The king on the move - Simon Thurley discusses the style and range of palaces and great houses Henry VIII had available to house him and his peripatetic court.
Henry VIII spent astronomical amounts on military fortifications from the Scottish border to the South Coast of England. Marcus Merriman discusses the locations...
Business with pleasure - Steven Gunn shows how the spectacle of the joust oiled the wheels of service and diplomacy as well as building up the court's image, not...
The early Renaissance royal palace on the Thames
- Middle East
- North America
- South America
- Central America
- Early Modern
- 20th Century
- 21st Century
- Economic History
- Environmental History
- Historical Memory
- Science & Technology