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Last update: 15 July 2013

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Questions about me or the website:

* Who runs this site? Where are you located? Where is the site published? ... and all the other things you might need for a bibliography for a school project or paper - Answer

* Why did you start this page in the first place? How did this page get started? - Answer

* How did you get interested in Tudor history in the first place? - Answer

* What is the purpose of this site? Who is your target audience? - Answer

* Are you a historian or an expert in Tudor history? - Answer

* Where do you get all of your information (and pictures)? - Answer

* Who are your favorite Tudors? Who is your favorite wife of Henry VIII? - Answer

* Can I interview you for a school project? - Answer

* Are you British? Where are you from? Where does an American get off writing about British history? (yes, I really get this last question) - Answer

* Why don't you have any portraits from the National Portrait Gallery in London? You had a bunch at one time, what happened to them? - Answer

* I want to use a portrait or photograph from this site for a school project. Do I need to ask permission? - Answer

* I want to use a portrait or photograph from this site for my own website. Do I need to ask permission? - Answer

* I want to use a portrait or photograph from this site in a publication. What do I need to do? - Answer

* Can I help with the site? - Answer

* I want to start my own website. What should I do? Any advice or tips? - Answer

* What do you use to create this site? (and other boring technical details) - Answer

* Who is your webhosting company? - I'm currently with Yahoo Small Business.

 

 

Questions About Tudor History

Thanks to the success of the Q&A Blog, I don't really feel the need to have a Tudor History FAQ section any more. I'm going to start a separate page on the Q&A blog with links to some of the most popular questions and their threads on the blog.