Lasting from 1485 to 1603--just 118 years--the Tudor dynasty was short-lived, but it was filled with some of the most famous, notorious, and intriguing British monarchs. Their legacy lives on in many dark and disreputable stories, including murder, execution, treason, false imprisonment, adultery, and religious turbulence.
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About the Author
Judith John is a writer and editor based in South Wales, UK. Judith specializes in a wide range of historical and cultural topics and has developed numerous educational series. Recent publications include a series of introductions for classic novels. Judith's research interests include Early Modern Europe and the relationship between art, literature, and history.