Tudor Wales: Full-Colour Guide to the Many Places in Wales Associated with This Famous Dynasty

Tudor Wales: Full-Colour Guide to the Many Places in Wales Associated with This Famous Dynasty Nathen Amin
  • Title: Tudor Wales: Full-Colour Guide to the Many Places in Wales Associated with This Famous Dynasty
  • Author: Nathen Amin
  • ISBN: 9781445617732
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tudor Wales: Full-Colour Guide to the Many Places in Wales Associated with This Famous Dynasty Nathen Amin Tudor Wales Full Colour Guide to the Many Places in Wales Associated with This Famous Dynasty The Tudors are one of history s most infamous families and the era over which they reigned still captures the public s interest without rival Tudor England in itself has become a well known phrase tha
    The Tudors are one of history s most infamous families and the era over which they reigned still captures the public s interest without rival Tudor England in itself has become a well known phrase that covers many aspects of the era, particularly architecture, arts and the lifestyle What is often overlooked however is that the Tudors, whilst coming to encompass all thaThe Tudors are one of history s most infamous families and the era over which they reigned still captures the public s interest without rival Tudor England in itself has become a well known phrase that covers many aspects of the era, particularly architecture, arts and the lifestyle What is often overlooked however is that the Tudors, whilst coming to encompass all that is considered great about England, were a Welsh dynasty with their roots firmly entrenched in the hills across Offa s Dyke This guide will take you on a journey throughout the beautiful country of Wales and expose the reader to the hidden gems of the Tudor era, from Harlech Castle in the north to Pembroke Castle in the west, and from the holy Bishop s Palace at Lamphey to the sacred Cathedral at St David s From Dale, Carew and Penmynydd to Raglan, Conwy and Denbigh, every part of W ales has Tudor links, both to the royal Tudors and their obscure Welsh ancestors This guide will put you on the path to a true Tudor experience in the Land of their Fathers.
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    About Nathen Amin


    1. Nathen Amin grew up in the heart of Carmarthenshire, West Wales, and has long had an interest in Welsh history, the Wars of the Roses and the early Tudor period His first book Tudor Wales was released in 2014 and was well received, followed by a second book called York Pubs in 2016 His third book, the first full length biography of the Beaufort family, the House of Beaufort, was released in 2017 and became an 1 Bestseller for Wars of the Roses He is currently working on his fourth book, Pretenders to the Tudor Crown, for release in 2019.Nathen is also the founder of the Henry Tudor Society and has featured discussing the Tudors on BBC radio and television, as well as in print and online media across the UK He has a degree in Business and Journalism and now lives in York, where he works as a Technical Writer.


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    1. This is the perfect book for anyone who is interested in visiting places associated with the Tudors in Wales and or enjoys history about the Tudors in general, from Henry VII s 14th century great great uncles in Penmynydd to Henry VIII and from well known places like Pembroke and Harlech Castle to little ones like Ysbyty Ifan and Mold In each entry Nathen Amin vividly describes the place, its surroundings and the role it played for the Tudors.From reading this book it is clear Nathen Amin did a [...]

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    2. If you are a Tudor enthusiast who plans a trip to Wales like I am , you will enjoy this book immensely The sites are arranged geographically by region.The evocative images of of the castles, chapels, abbeys and landscapes are accompanied by descriptive text providing insight into their history and connection to the Tudors.This book transports you right back into the medieval Wales, where the Tudor dynasty was born A must read for anyone interested in this period.

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    3. Very enjoyable book detailing a number of sites in Wales with connections to the Tudor dynasty I m hoping to get to Wales in the next couple of years and visit many of these places Now on to reading about Welsh history prior to the Tudors.

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    4. Goes down as another off my 2017 Bookworm Bingo Challenge A book about the Tudors.Well this is a great guide of Tudor places to visit in Wales and I found quite a few that would be on my list to check out You get snippets of history about the areas links to the Tudors and those who may have used or lived in the buildings, castles, manor houses etc, thrown in with beautiful photographs of the areas and places themselves You have a handy key at the front so you could easily plan out a visit to som [...]

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    5. As Nathen Amin points out in this useful guide, we often hear of Tudor England so people can be forgiven for not knowing that the dynasty has its roots in Wales I live in Wales and have regularly visited many of the places listed but still found plenty to learn about our Tudor Heritage.A good example is Carew Castle, which Nathen describes as the largest Tudor house in Wales I can remember when it was an overgrown ruin, fenced off because of the danger of falling masonry Although the Carew famil [...]

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    6. The perfect book for anyone who enjoys history, the Tudor period and architecture in general This book is packed with information on the Tudors ancestral home Wales People often associate Hampton Court Palace, Richmond Palace or Greenwhich Palace with the Tudors, and whilst that may be correct for Henry VII Elizabeth I, this books uncovers and in many ways rediscovers , sites associated with the ancestors of the Tudors From Abbey s to houses, to monuments and If you are planning a trip to beaut [...]

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