The Tallis Scholars an acclaimed British early music vocal ensemble founded by Peter Phillips in 1973 are making an Australian Tour 30 October – 8 November 2016
Scholar, Courtier, Magician: the Lost Library of John Dee reveals an amazing Tudor imagination, as books owned by the 16th century polymath go on show at London
British & French silver from the Tsar of Russia’s Treasury was sold through British merchants or given to Russia as diplomatic gifts to confirm their alliance
In Fine Style at the Queen’s Gallery explores the costume worn by British monarchs during the 16th and 17th centuries through portraits in the Royal Collection
In the great traditions of those who chronicle history Peter Ackroyd’s The History of England is rich and eloquent in its prose, especially Volume II: Tudors
Nonesuch Palace Henry VIII’s favourite haven was a heaven on earth according to excavations carried out by archaeologists 1959-60 of the site where it had stood
Was Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford in the Elizabethan Age really the Anonymous author of the incredible works of Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare?