Category Archives: Mid Tudor Crisis

Something to watch – England’s Forgotten Queen: The Life and Death of Lady Jane Grey

Year Twelve, As we move to the Mid Tudor source work, can I strongly recommend that you watch this  excellent series on Lady Jane Grey from the wonderful Helen Castor – one of my favourite historians. It is particularly helpful … Continue reading

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‘Incredibly rare’ William Caxton print discovered – in the University of Reading

If you click here you will get to a BBC report on a find in the University of Reading’s special finds department – two pages of previously unknown print by Claxton. “Erika Delbecque, special collections librarian at the university, described the find … Continue reading

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Essay plan

The plan from yesterday’s lesson. Mr Kydd.

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Documents from the British Museum

Year Twelve, Click here for some useful Mid Tudor documents from the British library. Note in particular; Edward VI diary entry The 1549 Book of Common Prayer Foxe’s Book of Martyrs The 1588 Speech by Elizabeth I. Mr Kydd.

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