Tag Archives: 17th century enthusiast

Charles Stuart, Prince of Wales

Who was Charles II before becoming the Merry Monarch. On the 387th anniversary of his birth, I explore his early years as the Prince of Wales. Continue reading

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Maypole madness

The Puritans banned the maypole and other fun stuff in 1644. Continue reading

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Mercurius Istoria ~ April 2017

Mercurius Istoria (April) ~ Your 17th century broadsheet is out! Continue reading

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Mercurius Istoria

Sign up for my new broadsheet, Mercurius Istoria. In December’s issue you’ll find a 17th century Christmas and other articles. Continue reading

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The Winter King, The Queen of Hearts, and the Thirty Years War

Today on my blog, I welcome historical fiction author and fellow 17th century enthusiast, Laura Libricz. Continue reading

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The Fifth Monarchists

A timely article on England’s Parliamentary struggles following the English Civil War Continue reading

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In honour of the Bard

In honour of the Bard’s day, some of my favourite lines. Continue reading

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