David Starkey





David Starkey


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in Kendal, Westmorland, The United Kingdom
January 03, 1945

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David Robert Starkey, CBE, FSA is a British historian, a television and radio presenter, and a specialist in the Tudor period.

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The Union has had a narrow escape - but at the price of constitutional chaos. We must now revive our identity south of the border, says David Starkey
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Average rating: 4.05 · 19,487 ratings · 664 reviews · 30 distinct works · Similar authors
Elizabeth: The Struggle for...

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Six Wives: The Queens of He...

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Henry: Virtuous Prince

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Monarchy: England and Her R...

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Crown and Country: A Histor...

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Reign of Henry VIII: Person...

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The Monarchy of England

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Henry VIII

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Rivals in Power: Lives and ...

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The Private Life of Henry VIII

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“Elizabeth for the whole of Edward's reign, never wore the rich jewels and clothes left her by her father. Instead, she offered a more virtuous example than the writing of Saints Peter and Paul, her maidenly apparel making the ladies of the court ashamed to be dressed and painted like peacocks.”
David Starkey, Elizabeth: The Struggle for the Throne

“We tend to think of the Norman Conquest as the turning point in the history of England. But the Saxon Conquest was even more important, since it created both the reality and the idea of England itself.”
David Starkey, Crown and Country: A History of England Through the Monarchy

“Britannia became the land of the Angles or Ængla Land.”
David Starkey, Crown and Country: A History of England Through the Monarchy

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