We commemorate annually the burial of Katharine of Aragon in Peterborough, but often forget that she was not the only Queen buried here in the Tudor period. But what were the circumstances of Mary’s death? Why was she buried here, only to be later exhumed and moved to London?
In this online, illustrated talk Stuart Orme will examine these questions and Mary’s remarkable story.
Stuart Orme is Curator of the Cromwell Museum, Huntingdon.
Event organiser is Peterborough Cathedral
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