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Type Title Description Keywords Full details
Link Archaeology of Medieval and Tudor Britain

The aim of this course is to provide a broad understanding of the archaeology of Britain in the period c. 1066-1600.

Medieval, Britain, Tudor, Post-Medieval, Europe view
Link BBC British History

Covering many aspects of British History from Norman to the present day, authoritative articles, well-illustrated and accessible.

Norman, Medieval, Middle ages, Tudor, English Civil War, Victorian, First World War, Second World War, 19th century, History view
Link British Library - Learning History

Diverse resources covering a range of historical, social and cultural topics from the medieval period to the present day.

Timeline, Medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian, 19th century, History view
Document John Sheppard - In manus tuas

A modern edition of John Sheppard's In manus tuas

John Sheppard, Tudor, Renaissance, Polyphony view
Document John Sheppard - Verbum Caro

A modern edition of John Sheppard's Verbum Caro.

John Sheppard, Tudor, Renaissance, Polyphony view
Document King Edward VI and the Pope and Elizabeth I: Drawing Parallels in Tudor Group Portraits and Texts, Chelsea Swales

For over fifty years, ‘King Edward VI and the Pope or An Allegory of the Reformation under Edward VI’ has posed a mystery. The anonymous painting...

Tudor, art history, Portraits, Text, Elizabeth I view
Link Rediscovering Rycote

Work to uncover the history of Rycote has revealed this great mansion’s important historical connections and the key role the house played in...

Tudor, History view
Document The Making of English Slave Iconography: Emerging xenophobia toward black Africans in the coat of arms of Sir John Hawkins (1568) and Ben Jonson’s The Masque of Blackness (1605) by Daniel Jan Evans

This article will investigate the developing representations of black Africans during the Tudor and early Stuart periods. The presence of Africans...

Early modern, Tudor, court masque, Ben Jonson, xenophobia, slavery, emblems view
Audio Verbum caro - Sheppard + PC on Bb - blank tenor.sib

The Sibelius file of the first part of John Sheppard's Verbum caro with missing tenor part. The plainchant for this text is given at the...

John Sheppard, Tudor, Renaissance view
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