Alison Weir

alison weir

In 1466 a Bohemian nobleman, Gabriel Tetzel, visited England and described it as ‘a little, sea-grit garden’…. Much of the land was then covered by forest and woodland. Flocks of sheep were to be seen everywhere, for the prestigious wool trade was the life-blood of the kingdom.

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