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History of the late medieval and early modern periods has tended to focus on a small number of people who have left a big dent on the historical record: kings and queens, statesmen and landowners. Most people could tell you something about Henry VIII’s wives or his eating habits – but how much do we know about what life was like for the ordinary men and women living under his rule? This week I met with Dr Mark Hailwood – Lecturer in History at the University of Bristol – to discuss what everyday life was like in the rural west country in the late medieval and early modern periods.

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