Mary Tudor's Day in Court.

(1) OK, excuse the pun. I recently found and purchased an old woodcut of Mary Tudor, which was dated 1804 which was copied from an earlier one. Before thinking about publishing it here, I framed it. So it is my gain but unfortunately a loss to my blog. Instead I have found this figure.

I direct the reader to Supremacy and Survival: The English Reformation blog has an article about the Queen which is linked here...

I raelly like this blog, it has presented me with several insights to this period, which has a direct impact on the history of my state, North Carolina. I am currently researching the Lost Colony, the celebrated NC mystery.

So I tip my beret to Stephanie Mann.


(1) Figure is a 1/4 scale doll in the Stuart collection. Historical Museum of Ventura County, California. Some photos used in this blog may be found here.


Stephanie A. Mann said...

Thank you very much for such a nice recommendation! I am really honored.

Brantigny said...

I call em the way I sees em.