Amy Licence is a late medieval and early Tudor historian focusing on women's lives. She is the author of the forthcoming biography Anne Neville, Richard III’s Tragic Queen and her blog can be found here.

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Cultural Capital
09 September 2014
Making the mistakes the heir cannot risk.
Cultural Capital
05 June 2014
Proto-social mobility.
Cultural Capital
27 May 2014
The death of a despot’s plaything.
Cultural Capital
05 October 2013
The problem of the pram in the hall.
Cultural Capital
11 September 2013
And they love it.
Cultural Capital
31 August 2013
The great leveller.
Cultural Capital
23 July 2013
The royal children who shaped the course of history.
Cultural Capital
17 June 2013
A complex and satisfying drama.
Cultural Capital
11 June 2013
Anne Neville uncovered.
Cultural Capital
31 May 2013
Only if women are.
Cultural Capital
14 March 2013
Where should he be buried?
Cultural Capital
05 March 2013
Records in Canterbury could hold a clue.