Henry VIII invented the wagon and then fell off the horse. 1536 was a pretty eventful year, including the original Occupy Wall Street, some divorces, funerals and a wedding. 1536 was Henry VIII's 2016.
Palaces and castles and manors, oh my! Henry may have owned 55 of his own places, but that didn't stop him from being the rude house guest that barges in and demand you add an extra wing to your house for his 2-day visit.
Not only did Jane Boleyn not survive the reign of Henry VIII, but her reputation didn't either. Today we discuss one of history's most maligned women; the sister-in-law to Anne Boleyn and the lady-in-waiting to five of Henry's queens before meeting her own bloody end: Jane Boleyn, the Lady Rochford.
Finally! We chat about what hygiene really looked like in Tudor Times and how common illnesses were addressed (hint: sometimes, donkey skin was involved).