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Tudor Christmas – Traditions

On the 6th December, Tudor people would often celebrate the Boy Bishop. The Church allowed a choirboy, elected by his peers, to be a Bishop during the period starting with St. Nicholas Day (6th December) until Holy Innocents Day (28th … Continue reading

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Tudor Christmas – Food

For the Tudors, before Christmas was a time of fasting. They would fast for Advent, the four weeks leading up to Christmas, and Christmas Eve was particularly strict. On Christmas Eve they were not permitted to eat meat, cheese or … Continue reading

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Tudor Christmas – The Main Celebrations

We all know how Christmas is celebrated today, with a tree, lights and Santa leaving presents on Christmas Eve. But what was Christmas like in Tudor times? First, for the four weeks leading up to Christmas (Advent), people would fast … Continue reading

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News – Birthday

Hi everyone, once again sorry for not posting as much, now this day has come things should start getting back to normal. Today, as many of you know, is my birthday. I have received many Tudor related gifts, which means … Continue reading

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Perseverance Book: Update 4

Sorry it has been a long time since I’ve done an update. As many of you know, I’ve been doing an online course on Richard III and also had writer’s block with my book. However, things are now moving on … Continue reading

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