Monthly Archives: September 2018

Tudor and Stuart Seafarers, at the Royal Museums, Greenwich

“Adventure, Power Wealth.”  Piggott Family Gallery, Tudor and Stuart Seafarers, at the Royal Museums, Greenwich.  If you like model ships, you will like this exhibit. Advertisements

Posted in Early modern seafaring, Naval History

Henry VII’s birthplace may have been found

“Archaeologists believe they have identified the exact site of Henry VII’s birth in 1457 after excavations in the grounds of Pembroke Castle in Wales uncovered the remains of a massive medieval mansion worthy of one of the most famous kings of England.”  Click … Continue reading

Posted in Henry VII, The Tudors

Restored early 17th C. Mille monument

A recent conservation effort from St. Boniface Church in Nursling, Hampshire.   The monument is to Richard Mill(e) (d. 1613) and his wife Maria (d. 1622).   The resulting restoration of the reclining Mills is quite impressive.  To see the steps taken … Continue reading

Posted in Early Modern Art, Monuments, Richard and Maria Mille