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Crown of Blood: The Deadly Inheritance of Lady Jane Grey
Most people recognize her name, and many think that they know her story: Lady Jane Grey, a young girl who was cruelly abused by her parents, manipulated in the complex world of sixteenth-century politics, and executed at the age of seventeen. Thus, Jane is remembered as one of history’s most tragic victims. Parts of this are irrefutably true, and there is no doubt that she was indeed a victim. But this is, in fact, only half the story. Jane was a young woman of remarkable intellect, passion, determination, and courage. Nicola Tallis reveals the human and emotional story that has thus far been ignored, revealing a young woman who saw herself as an advocate of Protestantism, and ultimately became a martyr for her faith.

Dec 2, 2020 06:00 PM in London

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Nicola Tallis
Dr. Nicola Tallis has a first class BA (Hons) in History from Bath Spa University, and an MA in Public History from Royal Holloway College, University of London. She received her doctorate in 2019 from the University of Winchester. Nicola has been passionate about English history all of her life, and has worked as a curator, lecturer, and historical researcher. She is the author of three books: Crown of Blood (2016) is the result of five years of research on the Grey family, Elizabeth’s Rival (2017), and Uncrowned Queen (2019), a biography of Lady Margaret Beaufort. Nicola’s doctorate examined the jewellery collections of the queens of England from 1445-1548.