Game of queens by sarah gristwood highlights the royal women who made sixteenth century europe what it was of course both elizabeth i and mary queen of scots are widely known figures but there were plenty of other women across the continent who made immeasurable impacts one especially well done. Game of queens supplies a masterful account of these individuals and of many more ambitious often public spirited women of royal blood in 16th century europe indeed there are so many significant players pacing regally through gristwoods saga that the reader might anticipate some narrative confusion. Game of queens the women who made sixteenth century europe by sarah gristwood book review december 6 2016 moniek anne boleyn anne of france book reviews catherine of aragon elizabeth i joan iii of navarre louise of savoy marguerite of angoulme mary i of england mary queen of scots the royal women 0. Game of queens the women who made sixteenth century europe written by sarah gristwood review by lucinda byatt chess players know that the queen can outmanoeuvre the king in every respect except in the final checkmate. In partnership with the royal oak foundation nehgs 99 101 newbury street boston 600 pm 730 pm cost 40 non members use code 16fnehgs to receive 10 off during the 16th century large swathes of europe were under the firm hand of a reigning queen or a female regent from isabella of casti
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