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Tudor Monastery Farm: Life in Rural England 500 Years Ago (Hardback)
  • Tudor Monastery Farm: Life in Rural England 500 Years Ago (Hardback)

Tudor Monastery Farm: Life in Rural England 500 Years Ago (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 10/10/2013
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Ruth Goodman and Peter Ginn have become familiar faces on BBC2 after their hugely popular and immersive time-travelling experiments, Victorian, Edwardian and Wartime Farm. But for their fourth series, and our accompanying book, they have joined forces with Tom Pinfold to take on their biggest challenge yet: going back to Tudor England to endure the harsh realities of working for an Abbey Farm. Peter, Ruth and Tom are trained historians, driven by new research and discovery. They are passionate about bringing period details to life, and they do that for us by comprehensively inhabiting the era for months, using only materials, tools and technology available at the time, to earn their living, celebrate their holidays, clothe and feed themselves and their families. Follow them as they discover how to build a pigsty, brew their own ale, forge their own machinery and keep a Tudor household. Scrupulously researched, totally authentic and with its own contemporary narrative playing out within an accurate reconstruction of Tudor England, this is a fantastic glimpse into history, as it was lived. This is set to be Peter, Ruth and Tom's most ambitious historical assignment yet.

Publisher: Ebury Publishing
ISBN: 9781849906920

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“Informative, entertaining, well written”

Fantastic book. The presenters each take turns to present information and (sometimes witty) anecdotes about their time filming, living as lay folk of the Tudor era and undertaking all manner of tasks from the house... More

8th November 2013
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