Houses of Power:The Places that Shaped the Tudor World

with Simon Thurley
Sunday
15:40 - 16:40
York
£15 non-subscriber, £12 subscriber

Simon Thurley, the leading historian of English Royal Palaces, speaks about his long awaited history of Tudor royal residences. His 30 years of archaeological excavation and documentary research unravels, for the first time, fact from fiction and reveals how architecture tells us more about the Tudor dynasty in public and private than we had previously thought. 

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Dr Simon Thurley is an architectural historian, a regular broadcaster on television and radio, and was until 2015 the chief executive of English Heritage. Previous posts have included curator of the Historic Royal Palaces and director of the Museum of London.

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