Category Archives: women

The Tudor Housewife

I just finished reading The Tudor Housewife by Alison Sim.  While there is some good information it wasn’t all I had hoped for.  She doesn’t give many dates at all which I found odd since 16th century England changed a … Continue reading

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Persona Thoughts, or How I Became Educated

There is a misconception that women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance were uneducated. I haven’t done a lot of research outside of my own area of interest but it isn’t true for noble women in the first half of … Continue reading

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