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A Stuart Christmas would last for several months! They filled their time with lots of fun and games, how many do you recognise?
Montagu’s journals revealed a subtle ability and versatility of character and in many ways he was quite similar to his cousin, Samuel Pepys, whom Montagu was patron to. He was many things: an able soldier, a distinguished admiral, a Fellow of the Royal Society and an ambassador and diplomat. He was highly valued and liked by both Cromwell and Charles II; and praised by Clarendon and Milton. He delivered Charles II to England from exile and fought in the Dutch Wars, but was killed at the Battle of Solebay before he could reach the age of fifty.
Artist Alice Wilson, lives and works in London. She is interested in how we look and what we choose to record, often using landscape and nature as source material that provides her starting point. As part of the Endeavour programme Wilson has been working with Ben Weddell, the Museum's Formal Learning Producer to design and deliver a three-day project that interrogates Deptford’s place in Maritime history during the Tudor and Stuart time period. We have been working with year six at St Stephen's Primary School and have just come to the end of a series of sessions with the pupils.
How did Samuel Pepys celebrate his birthday? Presents and cake just didn't cut it for the world's greatest diarist.
Archivist, Mike Bevan, shares some discoveries made by our Navy Board In-letters volunteers - who've added 12,000 new records to our archive catalogue.
At the end of her six month secondment, Victoria Syrett reflects on her time at our Caird Library and Archive.
On women's history month we focus on the often hidden stories of amazing women throughout history. Today our curator Kristian Martin discusses Aphra Behn.
Clare Jackson (The Stuarts, BBC 2) discusses one of Engalnd's most famous monarchs - King Charles II.
Our curator Kristian Martin looks at the first actresses to take to the stage in England. Who were they and what did Samuel Pepys say about it?
Around 350 years ago actresses were first allowed on English stages, but today there's still gender inequality in the theatre. Playwright Jessica Swale shares what we can learn from the story of 17th century actress Nell Gywnn.