Renaissance Education: The Schooling Of Thomas More's Daughter
The revolutionary intellect of one woman in Tudor era England helped change the country’s cultural life forever. In this BBC Tudor history documentary, Historian Helen Castor reveals how the life and education of Margaret More, daughter of Henry VIII’s Chancellor Thomas More, transformed the power of knowledge. Educated to a high level, Margaret embodied the spirit of the age, which embraced humanism and the English Renaissance
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