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Andrea Zuvich (aka The Seventeenth Century Lady) is a seventeenth-century historian specialising in the Late Stuarts. She is also a historical advisor and a historical fiction authoress. She has degrees in History and one in Anthropology.

Zuvich has been filmed for De Gouden Eeuw for NTR television (The Netherlands), in which she spoke about William III, and in 2014 she was on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour discussing the life of Queen Anne, the last Stuart monarch. Zuvich gives lectures on the Stuart era throughout the UK. She was one of the original developers of and leaders on The Garden History Tours at Kensington Palace, and currently lives in the Welsh Marches with her husband, Gavin.

Zuvich was born in 1985 to Chilean immigrants in Phila
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Andrea Zuvich I'm currently working on "William & Mary: A Novel" about William III and Mary II, the only diarchy in British history and a sequel which is…moreI'm currently working on "William & Mary: A Novel" about William III and Mary II, the only diarchy in British history and a sequel which is called, "William Alone". I am also working on "Anthea: Confessions of a Restoration Actress" which, as the title suggests, is about a (fictitious) heroine who interacts with some major Restoration historical figures.(less)
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After our stay at the Stonehenge campsite last Autumn, Gavin and I made our way to Marlborough, which is a lovely town in Wiltshire, England. This amazing house was built for and lived in by a wealthy seventeenth-century silk merchant named Thomas Bayly. The construction is believed to date from between 1653 and 1700, and the interiors have… Read on Read more of this blog post »
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“Her blonde tresses now lay unbound and flowing in comely waves down her back, like pale serpents against the blue sea of her costume.”
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Scott Roberts Merry christmas


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Andrea Zuvich My newest post, "The Windsor Nell Gwynn Knew", is now up on Hoydens & Firebrands! http://hoydensandfirebrands.blogspot....


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Andrea Zuvich Juliew. wrote: "Hi Andrea,thank you for accepting my friend request!So nice to meet you!"

Hello Juliew! My pleasure! I hope you have a lovely day :)


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Juliew. Hi Andrea,thank you for accepting my friend request!So nice to meet you!


Andrea Zuvich Who was Bettie Cromwell? Find out in my post: http://hoydensandfirebrands.blogspot....


Andrea Zuvich Sonya Heaney wrote: "Thanks for the friend invitation. :)"
And thank you for accepting! Happy New Year! :)


Sonya Heaney Thanks for the friend invitation. :)


Andrea Zuvich Tom wrote: "Hi Andrea,

Thanks for joining my circle of friends.

Merry Christmas,

Tom"



Hello, Tom! Thank you and I hope you have a Merry Christmas and a happy 2014! :)

Andrea


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Tom Blubaugh Hi Andrea,

Thanks for joining my circle of friends.

Merry Christmas,

Tom


Andrea Zuvich Lilian wrote: "Hello Christine. It's good to be friends."

Hello Lilian! Good to meet you here! :)


Lilian Hello Christine. It's good to be friends.


Andrea Zuvich Christine wrote: "Thanks for being my friend"

Hello Christine! Thank you for accepting my request! :)


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