To this day many believe that the Catholic Church refused to give people the Bible and religious instruction in English

Philippa Gregory and other writers claim the Cousins’ War is an authentic term, but its origins are vague

A new exhibition at Tate Britain highlights the scale of destruction to artworks in the Tudor period – a staggering amount of books and music were also destroyed

Assigning powerful women masculine qualities to negate their femininity was commonplace in the Tudor period

To bury England’s last Plantagenet King, a man of considerable piety, as though he had been a Protestant would be an utterly offensive act

Posters of Katherine Howard are everywhere, advertising yet another Tudor novel