When Tudor-era historical novels and fiction first caught fire here in the U.S., I found it a challenge to keep all of those Henrys, Marys, Thomas', Roberts, Margarets and Elizabeths straight! Mary, Queen of Scots, for example – she's not "Bloody Mary." "Bloody Mary," although technically a Mary Tudor, is not the same person as the Mary Tudor who was briefly married to the King of France. My purpose here is to make Tudor history easier to understand, with a healthy dose of comparing Tudor England to modern-day society; makeup, fashion, jewelry, manners, communication, etc.
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