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Ladies-in-Waiting: Women Who Served at the Tudor Court
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 150040845X, Paperback)Drawing on a variety of sixteenth-century sources such as manuscripts, household accounts, chronicles and personal letters, Victoria Sylvia Evans explores the role of ladies-in-waiting at the Tudor court. - What responsibilities did ladies-in-waiting and maids of honour have? - What was required to be selected as a lady-in-waiting? - What did an ordinary day at court look like? - What role did ladies-in-waiting play in the fall of Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard? - Who are some of the most famous ladies to have served the Tudor queens? These and many other topics are covered in Ladies-in-Waiting: Women Who Served at the Tudor Court.
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An overview of what life was like in the Tudor Court for ladies in waiting and other attendants to the Queens of the House of Tudor.
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