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presents aspects of the history of late medieval and Tudor monarchs as
depicted in the Society’s collections. It has four themes: legitimacy
Below, you can watch and listen to experts discussing some of the
objects in our collection that can tell us interesting stories about
the Tudor Monarchs and that period of history.
Watch Prof Maurice Howard, OBE VPSA, discuss our Tudor Paintings and our Townton Spur.
Prof Glenn J Richardson, FSA FRHistS, explains the significance of our post-mortem Inventory of Henry VIII.
Dr John PD Cooper, FSA FRHistS, shows us what we can learn about Mary I and her court with the Book of Fees and Offices.
First watch Jane A. Lawson, editor of The Elizabethan New Year's Gift Exchanges, 1559–1603, tell us about our 1568 gift roll. Then watch Peter Barber, OBE FSA, tell us about our surprisingly delightful Elizabethan map.
of Antiquaries of London
Tel: +44 (0)20 7479 7080
Registered Charity (207237)
Mr Peter M Barber, OBE FSA
Dr John PD Cooper, FSA FRHistS
Prof Glenn J Richardson, FSA FRHistS
supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund