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Tudor Britain (History in Evidence)

by Tony D. Triggs

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 185210581X, Hardcover)

Part of a series which encourages the young reader to deduce how our ancestors lived from a study of the primary evidence that has been preserved or unearthed by archaeologists, this book looks at what life was like during the period 1485 to 1603. The book looks at conditions in the towns, villages and monasteries, the houses and schools of the rich and poor, the clothes people wore, the food they ate, the medicines they used, the games they played and how they went to war. There is an account of the raising of the Mary Rose and the information it yielded. The author has written two other books in this series - "Saxon Britain" and "Viking Britain".

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Uses the clues discovered by archaeologists to recreate life in Britain between 1485 and 1603. Suggested level: intermediate, junior secondary.

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