Travel with the Martyrs of Mary Tudor
The Burning of Protestants During England's Reign of Terror
by Andrew Atherstone
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Bishops and labourers, the blind and lame, men and women, elderly and teenagers—none was spared the cruel vengeance of Mary Tudor in her attempt to rid her realm of all who followed the Protestant faith. Across England and into Wales are memorials to some of the more than two hundred and eighty martyrs during Mary’s brief reign. Their agony in the often slow-burning fires is a heart-rending testimony of firm faith and strong conviction. Here is the story of a few of those ‘whose weakness was turned to strength who were tortured and refused to be released’ and of whom ‘the world was not worthy’. Like each of the books in this unique series, ‘Travel with The Martyrs of Mary Tudor’ is both a carefully researched history and a valuable travel guide. With over 150 colour photographs, drawings and maps, it will guide the traveller to many of the key locations associated with the life and ministry of these great saints. A detailed time line and recommended further reading adds to the value of the book, and makes it equally useful for the ‘armchair traveller’
Places of interest to visit
Over 150 photographs, most in full colour
Clear illustrated maps
Valuable reference guide for the armchair traveller
Inspirational and informative
Highly collectable series
Travel with the Martyrs of Mary Tudor by Andrew Atherstone was published by Day One Publications in June 2005 and is our 20233rd best seller. The ISBN for Travel with the Martyrs of Mary Tudor is 9781846250033.
|Page last updated||30th May 2013|
|Author / Artist||Andrew Atherstone|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Day One Publications (June 2005)|
|Number of Pages||128|