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The Tudors and Courtly Love with Sarah Gristwood

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The Tudors are a fascinating and turbulent dynasty, but how were they shaped by medieval culture? In this episode, Danièle speaks with Sarah Gristwood about the courtly love traditions that heavily influenced the Tudors.

To learn more about Danièle's Medieval Masterclass, please visit http://medievalmasterclass.com/

You can support this podcast on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/medievalists 

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