So much of Tudor history is the convergence of new technologies and ideas that radically changed society as they were implemented. One example of that is the way the Tudors wrote their history. Not just the fact that more and more people were writing chronicles than ever before, but the way in which they were written. In this episode I look at a few famous chroniclers, and give the background to the way the chronicles were written. If you like this show, please remember to leave a rating on iTunes. It's the number one way you can help the show. Get show notes at Englandcast.com, and sign up for the Tudor Summit at TudorSummit.com. Thanks!
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