The Code That Captured Anne Boleyn

by Sarah Gristwood Anne Boleyn has been seen as everything from a femme fatale to a feminist icon, a promiscuous manipulator to a Protestant martyr. The fascination with her has stretched over five centuries. And part of that fascination lies … Read the article The post The Code That Captured Anne Boleyn appeared first on […]

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by Sarah Gristwood

Anne Boleyn has been seen as everything from a femme fatale to a feminist icon, a promiscuous manipulator to a Protestant martyr. The fascination with her has stretched over five centuries. And part of that fascination lies … Read the article

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