West Country to World's End

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During the age of Elizabeth I, a notable number of West Country men became famous for their innovation and endeavour: Francis Drake, Walter Raleigh and John Hawkins were all from Devon, along with miniaturist painter Nicholas Hilliard and librarian Thomas Bodley. This companion to an exhibition at Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery explores the region's manifold contributions to the Tudor age in both national and international contexts, revealing its intellectual and artistic wealth at a time of unprecedented opportunity.

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West Country to World's End

West Country to World's End

The South West in the Tudor Age

Paperback114pp Illustrated259x212mm

9781907372520     Product Code: 224907

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During the age of Elizabeth I, a notable number of West Country men became famous for their innovation and endeavour: Francis Drake, Walter Raleigh and John Hawkins were all from Devon, along with miniaturist painter Nicholas Hilliard and librarian Thomas Bodley. This companion to an exhibition at Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery explores the region's manifold contributions to the Tudor age in both national and international contexts, revealing its intellectual and artistic wealth at a time of unprecedented opportunity.

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