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Everyday Britian in the 15th and 16th Centuries. What was it like to be a Tudor? We know all about overbearing kings, seafaring adventurers and Renaissance literary giants, but what about the everyday men, women and children who had the (mis)fortune to live during that time? In this deeply researched, fascinating book Jonathan Wright explores the sometimes, seedy, often spectacular, but always fascinating physical and mental landscape of a culture every bit as sophisticated and various as our own.