From Elizabeth of York - spouse of Henry VII, the 1st Tudor monarch - via to Elizabeth I, her grand-daughter and the final within the line, this e-book explores one of the most vibrant and dramatic ladies in British background. Queen consorts have been principal to the Royal courtroom yet their function has not often been tested or contrasted with the higher identified ruling queens. How did they behave (in and out of the bedchamber)? How strong have been they as buyers of studying and the humanities? What non secular perspectives did they espouse and why? How profitable and influential have been they?
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