The Chronicle of Calais in the Reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII to the year 1540 www.archive.org/details/calaischronicle0
Chronicle of the Grey friars of London, www.archive.org/details/chronicleofgreyf
The Chronicle of Queen Jane, www.archive.org/details/queenjanechron00
James Gairdner, The historical collections of a citizen of London in the fifteenth century, www.archive.org/details/historicalcollec
Clarence Hopper, London chronicle during the reigns of Henry the Seventh and Henry the Eighth, www.archive.org/details/londonchronicled
William Benham, Medieval London, www.archive.org/details/medievallondon00
James Gairdner, The Paston letters 1422-1590 A. D, www.archive.org/details/pastonlettersad0
Robert Balmain Mowat, The Wars of the Roses, 1377-1471, www.archive.org/details/warsofroses00mow
William Henry Hamilton Rogers, The strife of the Roses and the days of the Tudors in the West, www.archive.org/details/strifeofroses00r
Lambert van den Bos, The position of the Roode en Witte roos in the saga of King Richard III
Caroline Amelia Halsted, Richard III., as Duke of Gloucester and King of England www.archive.org/details/richardiiiasduk0
Clements Robert Markham, King Edward VI, his life and character, www.archive.org/details/cu31924027962541
James Anthony Froude, The reign of Edward VI, www.archive.org/details/reignofedwardvii
John Fenn, William Frere, Original Letters, Written During the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., and Richard III, www.archive.org/details/originalletters0
Cyril Fletcher Grant, The political genius of Henry IV www.archive.org/details/politicalgenius0
Charles Lethbridge Kingsford, Henry V : the typical mediaeval hero, www.archive.org/details/henryV00kinguoft
Ian Arthurson, Espionage and Intelligence from the Wars of the Roses to the Reformation, www.deremilitari.org/resources/pdfs/arth
Mandell Creighton, Cardinal Wolsey, www.archive.org/details/cardinalwoolsey0
William Roper, The life of Sir Thomas More, www.archive.org/details/lifeofsirthomasm
Madeleine Hope Dodds, The pilgrimage of grace, 1536-1537, and the Exeter conspiracy, 1538, www.archive.org/details/thepilgrimageofg
Nottingham Medieval Studies, www.deremilitari.org/resources/articles/n
Sir Geoffrey Rudolph Elton, найдется на Амазоне
• The Tudor Revolution in Government: Administrative Changes in the Reign of Henry VIII, Cambridge University Press, 1953.
• England Under The Tudors London: Methuen, 1955, revised edition 1974, third edition 1991.
• The Reformation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1958.
• Star Chamber Stories London: Methuen, 1958.
• The Tudor Constitution: Documents and Commentary, Cambridge University Press, 1960; second edition, 1982.
• Henry VIII; An essay In Revision London: Historical Association by Routledge & K. Paul, 1962.
• Reformation Europe, 1517-1559 New York: Harper & Row, 1963.
• The Practice of History London: Fontana Press, 1967.
• Renaissance and Reformation, 1300-1640, edited by G.R. Elton New York: Macmillan 1968.
• The Body of the Whole Realm; Parliament and Representation in Medieval and Tudor England Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1969.
• England, 1200-1640 Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1969.
• Modern Historians on British History, 1485-1945 A Critical Bibliography London, Methuen, 1970.
• Political History: Principles and Practice, London: Penguin Press, 1970.
• Reform and Renewal: Thomas Cromwell and the Common Weal Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1973;
• Policy and Police: the Enforcement of the Reformation in the Age of Thomas Cromwell, Cambridge University Press, 1973.
• Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government: Papers and Reviews, 1945-1972, 4 volumes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1974-1992.
• Annual bibliography of British and Irish history, Brighton, Sussex [England]:Harvester Press ; Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : Humanities Press for the Royal Historical Society, 1976.
• Reform and Reformation: England 1509-1558, London: Arnold, 1977.
• English Law In The Sixteenth Century : Reform In An Age of Change London: Selden Society, 1979
Roger Bigelow Merriman, Life and letters of Thomas Cromwell, www.archive.org/details/thomascromwell00
Wentworth Smith, Thomas lord Cromwell, www.archive.org/details/thomaslordcromwe
James Anthony Froude, The reign of Mary Tudor, www.archive.org/details/marytudor00frouu
Charles Major, When Knighthood Was in Flower: or, the Love Story of Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor the King's Sister, and Happening in the Reign of His August Majesty King Henry the Eighth, www.archive.org/details/whenknighthoodwa
Furneaux Jordan, Body, parentage and character in history : notes on the Tudor period, www.archive.org/details/bodyparentagecha
Thomas Joseph Pettigrew, An inquiry into the particulars connected with the death of Amy Robsart (Lady Dudley) at Cumnor Place, Berks, Sept. 8, 1560 : being a refutation of the calumnies charged against Sir Robert Dudley, K.G., Anthony Forster, and others, www.archive.org/details/inquiryintoparti
George Adlard, Amye Robsart and the Earl of Leycester; a critical inquiry into the authenticity of the various statements in relation to the death of Amye Robsart, www.archive.org/details/amyerobsartande0
Memoirs of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, www.archive.org/details/memoirsrobertdu0
Mandell Creighton, Queen Elizabeth, www.archive.org/details/elizabethqueen00
Anne Venable Edmunds, Romance and politics in the court of Elizabeth I, www.archive.org/details/romancepoliticsi
Thornton Shirley Graves, The court and the London theatres during the reign of Elizabeth, www.archive.org/details/courtandlondont0
The Queen's entertainment : at Harefield Place, Middlesex, in July 1602, with some particulars relative to several earlier visits at Loseley, Chichester, Southampton, Winchester, Sutton, Barn-Elms, Kingston, and Putney : the princely entertainments at Kenilworth, Coventry, Warwick, Lichfield, Stafford, Worcester, &c. : and extracts from the unpublished letters of John Chamberlain, Esq. to Sir Dudley Carleton, relative to the Queen's progresses, her sickness, and death, www.archive.org/details/queensentertainm
Edmund Bohun, The Character of Queen Elizabeth, or, A full and clear account of her policies, and the methods of her government both in church and state : her virtue and defects, together with the characters of her principal ministers of state, and the greatest part of the affairs and events that happened in her times, www.archive.org/details/characterqueene0
Arthur Donald Innes, Ten Tudor statesmen (Henry VII.--Cardinal Wolsey.--Sir Thomas More.--Thomas Cromwell.--Henry VIII.--Protector Somerset.--Archbishop Cranmer.--William Cecil (Lord Burghley)--Sir Francis Walsingham.--Sir Walter Raleigh) www.archive.org/details/tentudorstatesme
Francis Walsingham, A Search Made Into Matters of Religion, www.archive.org/details/asearchmadeinto0
Martin Andrew Sharp Hume, The great Lord Burghley : a study in Elizabethan statecraft, www.archive.org/details/greatlordburghle
Edward Nares, Memoirs of the life and administration of the Right Honourable William Cecil, lord Burghley ... Containing an historical view of the times in which he lived, and of the many eminent and illustrious persons with whom he was connected : with extracts from his private and official correspondence, and other papers, now first published from the originals,
Sir William Cecil Lord of Burghley, "The Precepts of Man", www.archive.org/details/thePreceptsOfMan
Mabel Elizabeth Christie, Henry VI, www.archive.org/details/henryvi00unkngoo
Edward Augustus Freeman, William the Conqueror, www.archive.org/details/williamconqueror
Thomas Roscoe, The life of William the Conqueror, www.archive.org/details/lifeofwilliamcon
Eve March Tappan, In the days of William the Conqueror, www.archive.org/details/indaysofwilliamc
James Robinson Planché, The Conqueror and His Companions, www.archive.org/details/conquerorandhis0
Frank Merry Stenton, William the Conqueror and the Rule of the Normans, www.archive.org/details/williamconquero0
Francis Lancelott, The Queens of England and Their Times: From Matilda, Queen of William the Conqueror, to Adelaide, Queen of William the Fourth
Edward Augustus Freeman, The reign of William Rufus and the accession of Henry the First, www.archive.org/details/reignwilliamruf0
Jamieson Boyd Hurry, King Henry Beauclerc and Reading Abbey, www.archive.org/details/kinghenrybeaucle
Robert William Eyton, Court, household, and itinerary of King Henry II, instancing also the chief agents and adversaries of the king in his government, diplomacy, and strategy, www.archive.org/details/courthouseholda0
The troublesome reign of John, king of England, www.archive.org/details/cu31924013325430
Ella Sophia Armitage, Richard I and Edward I, www.archive.org/details/richardiandedwa0
Richard of Cirencester, The chronicle of Richard of Devizes concerning the deeds of Richard the First, King of England also Richard of Cirencester's Description of Britain, www.archive.org/details/chronicleofricha
Charles William Chadwick Oman, The history of England, from the accession of Richard II. to the death of Richard III , www.archive.org/details/historyofengland
Thomas Frederick Tout, The History of England: From the Accession of Henry III. to the Death of Edward III, www.archive.org/details/thehistoryofengl
C Амазона, современные:
Alan Haynes, Walsingham: Elizabethan Spymaster & Statesman
(Alan Haynes is a prolific writer for seventeenth - century history. A member of the Historical Society)
Derek Wilson, Sir Francis Walsingham
Derek Wilson, Sweet Robin: A Biography of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester 1533-1588
Derek Wilson, The Uncrowned Kings of England: The Black History of the Dudleys and the Tudor Throne
(Derek Wilson, a leading biographer and novelist, came to prominence after graduating from Cambridge thirty years ago withA Tudor Tapestry: Men, Women and Society in Reformation England. This was followed by several critically acclaimed and bestselling books such as Rothschild: A Story of Wealth and Power; In the Lion’s Court: Power, Ambition, and Sudden Death in the Reign of Henry VIII; and All the King’s Women: Love, Sex and Politics in the Life of Charles II. He has also written and presented numerous radio and television programs. Visit his Web site at www.derekwilson.com)
Alan Kendall, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
(Обычно пишет биографии музыкантов, трудно сказать, удалась ли ему эта биография)
Stephen Alford, Burghley: William Cecil at the Court of Elizabeth I
(Stephen Alford was educated at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, and is Fellow in History at King's College, Cambridge. He is the author of Kingship and Politics in the Reign of Edward VI and The Early Elizabethan Polity. He lives in Northumberland, UK.)
David Loades, The Cecils: Privilege and Power Behind the Throne
(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Loades Лично мне он не очень нравится
А вот относительно одежды, довольно занимательно:
> Baldwin, Frances Elizabeth. Sumptuary Legislation and Personal Regulation in England.
> Elton, G.R. England Under the Tudors
> Harte, N.B. “State Control of Dress and Social Change in Pre-Industrial England.”
> Hayward, Maria. Rich Apparel: Clothing and the Law in Henry VIII’s England
> Hentschell, Roze. The Culture of Cloth in Early Modern England: Textual Constructions of a National Identity
> Hooper, Wilfred. “The Tudor Sumptuary Laws.”
> Hunt, Alan. Governance of the Consuming Passions: a history of sumptuary law
> Peck, Linda Levy. Consuming Splendor: Society and Culture in Seventeenth- Century England
> Pound, John. Poverty and Vagrancy in Tudor England
> Vincent, Susan. Clothing the Elite: Clothes in Early Modern England