I should have posted some of these last week, but better late than never I guess!
* Remains of real Wolf Hall discovered by archaeologists – The Tudor home of the Seymour family, setting of Hilary Mantel’s books, has been discovered in the grounds of a later manor in Wiltshire
* New evidence discovered regarding first English voyage to America – Historians from the University of Bristol have uncovered compelling new evidence concerning the first English-led expedition to North America in 1499 hidden deep within huge parchment rolls and only legible by using ultra-violet light.
* Ancient Anglesey church with links to Tudor dynasty needs your help – The Friends of St Gredifael’s Church, Penmynydd, have started renovating the historic building which houses a medieval alabaster tomb of Goronwy ap Tudor and his wife Myfanwy.
* Is this the real face of Elizabeth I? – Artist Mat Collishaw is on a quest to reveal the real woman behind the mask of this famously image-conscious monarch.
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