Links: Tudor & Renaissance England, and Other British History Sites:
Here are some great links to other
Web sites about Tudor and Renaissance England, and British history in general:
Tudor England at Suite 101.com:
A wonderful Web site by Wendy Dunn that contains very interesting and useful
information, articles and links about Tudor England. This is one of the
best-organized sites I've ever seen. You'll find lots of good Web sites
about Henry VIII and the Tudor dynasty listed here.
British History for Kids:
A great resource about British history for kids and adults alike. An
enjoyable way to introduce young folks to history, and a great place to find
homework information sources. This site has a wide variety of articles, stories,
book lists, links, learning tools, and fun things about England's past. I
really enjoyed my visit to this site. I found a lot of good information about
the Tudors here.
Tudor England: 1485 to 1603:
A beautiful, informative Web site focusing on Tudor England. A variety of
resources about Tudor royalty, Henry VIII and his wives, Tudor genealogy, and
life in Tudor England are featured here. You will also find a wonderful
collection of Tudor-era portraits and images at this site.
Tudor History: This site contains biographical information on people
during the Tudor period (1485-1603) of English history, as well as calendars,
glossaries, maps, genealogical
trees, information on life during the period, Tudor
architecture and more. There are also pages on Tudor
history in today's world, such as recent discoveries in the news, new books and
movies. Connect to others with similar interests through the mailing list and
pen pal pages.
The Life and Times of Elizabeth I: A fascinating Web site all about
Queen Elizabeth I, the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Learn all
about this great monarch's life, reign, Court, family, government, and the times
in which she lived. There are also many links to good books, Web sites and
discussion forums about Elizabeth I and the Tudors. There is even a quiz
to test your Tudor knowledge!
Threads: The Reincarnation of Anne
Boleyn. Web Site by Nell Gavin.
This very interesting Web is focused on on Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's
fascinating second wife. You will find all kinds of great resources and
links about Anne Boleyn here, including various
portraits of Anne, and sample of her handwriting. The site navigation is
excellent, and the information and links are well-organized. Visit this
site to learn more about Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII, the Tudors and Renaissance
Bryde's Medieval and
Goodies Website: This is one of the most fun, colorful and interesting
Web sites I've ever seen. A truly marvelous assortment of Medieval
resources awaits you here, to transport you back to Medieval times. You
will find lots of great information about this period of history, as well as
wonderful free goodies and interesting links. And for those of you who
love fantasy, legends and lore, this is the place to come. This site has everything from Knights & Chivalry to History to Heraldry to
Costumes to the Arts to Medieval Weaponry, and much, much more. Be sure to
visit this site!
King or Parliament - The Home of the
17th Century! A fascinating resource about 17th century England.
This web site focuses on the English Civil War and the 1600's, and contains a
wealth of information about the era. You will also find the unpublished
King or Parliament series, written by the site's Webmaster Mark Turnbull.
Pitcairn Island: This Web site describes an interesting slice of
British history. You can read the story of the settlement of Pitcairn Island by
the mutineers from the British ship HMS Bounty in the late 18th century, and
find out more about life on the island today.
The Tudor House: Fine
English Furniture: This web site is a wonderful resource featuring
fine hand made reproductions of traditional English furniture from the early
Tudor to the late Georgian periods of history. A great place to find out
more about how the Tudors really lived. This site also has a great Links
Tudor Furniture: Presents the history and characteristics of
Tudor-style furniture. A very interesting resource with detailed
information and pictures. Also features information about the furniture
styles of other historical periods.
Ede's Medieval Page for Kids and
Teens: This is a terrific web site full of fun and exciting
information, projects, images, homework help, and other resources relating to
the Medieval period of history. It is designed with children and teenagers
in mind. However, I think that folks of all ages will enjoy this site.
Paper Doll Links:
Paperdolls Page: This site contains a wonderful collection of
printable paper dolls and links to various paper doll sites. A great place to
start your paper doll search. You'll find a wide variety of paper dolls
here, including teenager, children & adult paper dolls, international
paper dolls, historical and celebrity paper dolls, and animal, fantasy &
toy paper doll images. This site also gives advice for paper doll
printing. One of the best paper doll Web resources I've found.
Free Paper Dolls of All
Kinds from Spacestation42.com: This site features a huge,
comprehensive collection of free, high-quality printable paper dolls.
There are lots of great links to sites with Animal paper dolls, Cartoon, Toy &
Comic Character paper dolls, Historic & Nostalgic paper dolls, Movie & TV paper
dolls, Science Fiction & Fantasy paper dolls, and other types of paper dolls.
You'll also find other free paper toys and craft-related items such as play
furniture, origami, and model airplanes. This is a great page to bookmark
and visit often, as new items are being added all the time.
Paper Dolls on
the Web: This site has a terrific assortment of paper doll Web site
links. There are lots of different kinds of free paper dolls that you can
print out. There is even a Paper Doll School link where you can learn to make your
own paper dolls! Among the many featured paper dolls are figure skating
paper dolls, Luke Skywalker paper dolls, baby and children paper dolls,
historical fashion paper dolls, and Shirley Temple paper dolls. A
wonderful paper doll resource for children and adults alike.
Fancy Ephemera Paper Dolls:
This fantastic paper doll site features the work of Brenda Sneathen Mattox, one
of my favorite paper doll artists. Here you will find a gallery of absolutely
beautiful paper dolls representing royalty, historical periods, vintage bridal
fashions, Hollywood legends and other subjects, that you can order from the
this site for a complete line of dollhouse kits, furniture, accessories, and
supplies. There are wonderful Tudor dollhouse kits available, and much,
Other Great Links:
A fabulous, colorful, entertaining Web site where you can find a huge variety of free samples, products, services and other free
stuff. Be sure to pay freebies2go.com a visit. You'll be glad you did!