I love youtube!. No, really! I LOVE YOUTUBE! The more I use it the more I realize how much more there is to use! I've hit a section in my writing where I really need to know about Elizabethan castles and palaces. The only trouble is that the original structures from that time are substantially changed or demolished altogether. I stumbled on this eight part series of archaeologists that are exploring possible ruins of five of Henry's prominent palaces. It turns out that Henry did A LOT of building. If you need to get a feel for the size, grandeur and purpose behind these buildings, this is a great series to view. Archaeologists have an amazing feel for these places. Must be all the dirt under their fingernails!!!
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces
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Historical and Romance Writer, Amateur Herbalist, and Seeker of adventure, new knowledge and all things good!
Hobbies? I've adored cats all my life. I came to love Shakespeare when I was introduced to him in college. I developed an interest in herbs when a dear friend was diagnosed with cancer. I learned about the complex politics of Shakespeare's world when another friend gave me a book, "Shadow Play," by Clare Asquith.