The Other Seymours: John Seymour, Son of Katherine Fillol

The Other Seymours: John Seymour, Son of Katherine Fillol

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); PlayersI have no delusions that this article will not be confusing with all the Edwards and Johns, and it's because of that I've included this list of players to help you differentiate between them: Edward Seymour/Sir Edward - Later Duke of Somerset, married both Katherine Fillol and Anne Stanhope. Sir [...]

NEW SEASON: Tracy Borman, Jane Boleyn and Lady Anne Clifford

NEW SEASON: Tracy Borman, Jane Boleyn and Lady Anne Clifford

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); It's been awhile since I've shared my podcast with all of you - in case you didn't know, I supplemented my website with a podcast in February 2017. I told a lot of stories about people and events in Tudor England, and then I moved to interviewing authors and historians. [...]

The Other Seymours: Sir Henry Seymour

The Other Seymours: Sir Henry Seymour

The most recognizable Seymours at the court of Henry VIII were: Edward, Thomas, and Jane Seymour. Other than Elizabeth Seymour, who married Gregory, the son of Thomas Cromwell, there was another Seymour brother who occasionally spent time at court and is often overlooked, his name was Henry. Not to mention their youngest sister, Dorothy. But [...]

The Other Seymours: Anne, Countess of Warwick

The Other Seymours: Anne, Countess of Warwick

It seems, that wherever the Seymour family went, either tragedy or scandal followed. When it came to Anne Seymour, daughter of Edward, Duke of Somerset and his wife Anne Stanhope, Duchess of Somerset, it was no different. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Early Years Born in 1538[1], Lady Anne Seymour was the third child and [...]

Creating A Modern Version of The Decameron

Creating A Modern Version of The Decameron

Let’s do like they did in the 14th century during the outbreak of the Black Death. As some of you are self-quarantining, or self-isolating, let’s use the inspiration of Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio who compiled: 100 tales told by a group of seven young women and three young men sheltering in a secluded villa just [...]