Ladies-in-Waiting: Women Who Served At The Tudor Court

Ladies-in-Waiting: Women Who Served At The Tudor Court

Ladies-in-Waiting: Women Who Served at the Tudor Court

Drawing on a variety of sixteenth-century sources such as manuscripts, household accounts, chronicles and personal letters, Victoria Sylvia Evans explores the role of ladies-in-waiting at the Tudor court. - What responsibilities did ladies-in-waiting and maids of honour have? - What was required to be selected as a lady-in-waiting? - What did an ordinary day at court look like? - What role did ladies-in-waiting play in the fall of Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard? - Who are some of the most famous ladies to have served the Tudor queens? These and many other topics are covered in Ladies-in-Waiting: Women Who Served at the Tudor Court.

About the Author
Victoria Sylvia Evans is an early modern historian working primarily on the Tudor court. She is the author of Who's Who at the Tudor Court.

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