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Topic: Elizabeth I

Forget her bloody reputation, Mary I was loved in her lifetime

Mary was a popular queen from whom Elizabeth I learned much

Natalie Portman is right about Hollywood misogyny, and it’s a trend that’s endured through the ages

Assigning powerful women masculine qualities to negate their femininity was commonplace in the Tudor period

Getting excommunicated is much harder than you think

The Church only ever uses the penalty as a last resort – a shock tactic to bring people back to God

‘Bloody’ Mary is the most unfairly treated woman in British history

Visitors from the 1550s would be baffled by the way Henry VIII’s eldest child is portrayed today

Banned Mary Tudor poster a sign of ‘knee-jerk anti-Catholicism’

Catholic historian criticises banned advert that shows Mary Tudor turning into a zombie