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Henry VIII : The Evolution of a Reputation

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-No English king is more famous--or infamous!--than Henry VIII, popularly celebrated as the formidable and arrogant figure portrayed by Hans Holbein the Younger, the early Tudor stud who clocked up no fewer than six wives and the proto-nationalist/imperialist ruler who sent the pope packing and inaugurated the English Reformation. As befits such a colossus, masses has been written about the king, not only by contemporary and near-contemporary commentators, even William Shakespeare, but also professional and amateur historians ever since. Hence this richly illustrated survey of the evolution of Henry VIII's reputation over half a millennium---Publisher description.

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-No English king is more famous--or infamous!--than Henry VIII, popularly celebrated as the formidable and arrogant figure portrayed by Hans Holbein the Younger, the early Tudor stud who clocked up no fewer than six wives and the proto-nationalist/imperialist ruler who sent the pope packing and inaugurated the English Reformation. As befits such a colossus, masses has been written about the king, not only by contemporary and near-contemporary commentators, even William Shakespeare, but also professional and amateur historians ever since. Hence this richly illustrated survey of the evolution of Henry VIII's reputation over half a millennium---Publisher description.
No English king is more famous-or infamous! than Henry VIII popularly celebrated as the formidable and arrogant figure portrayed by Hans Holbein the Younger the early Tudor stud who clocked up no fewer than six wives and the proto-nationalist/imperialist ruler who sent the pope packing and inaugurated the English Reformation. As befits such a colossus masses has been written about the king not only by contemporary and near-contemporary commentators even William Shakespeare but also professional and amateur historians ever since. Hence this richly illustrated survey of the evolution of Henry VIII's reputation over half a millennium.

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Publisher
Fonthill Media
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
ENG
Number of Pages
96
Author
Keith Dockray
ISBN-13
9781781555330
Publication Date
January, 2016
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.10 x 6.50 x 0.40 Inches
ISBN-10
1781555338

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