TITLE

THIS MONTH IN HISTORY

AUTHOR(S)
McLean, Alison
PUB. DATE
February 2004
SOURCE
Smithsonian;Feb2004, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents historical events in the month of February, as of 2004. Execution of Queen Jane Grey; Success in the testing of the locomotive invented by Richard Trevithick; Development of the Grand Teton National Park.
ACCESSION #
12059637

 

Related Articles

  • Lady Jane Grey Proclaimed Queen. Cavendish, Richard // History Today;Jul2003, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p54 

    Recounts the proclamation of Lady Jane Grey as Queen of England in 1553. Personal background; Information on the rule of her son, King Edward VI; Reason why she was executed.

  • THE MANY FACES OF LADY JANE GREY. Prochaska, Frank // History Today;Oct85, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p34 

    Examines the changing images history has given to Lady Jane Grey, the traitor-heroine of the Reformation in Great Britain, during 1553. Emphasis on Protestantism in England; Several plays and poetry involving Jane; Information on the motion picture 'Lady Jane,' directed by Trevor Nunn.

  • ON THE BIRTHDATE OF LADY JANE GREY. Edwards, John Stephan // Notes & Queries;Sep2007, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p240 

    The article presents evidence regarding the birthday of Lady Jane Grey, who ruled England briefly in the 16th century. It is reported that Grey's date of birth has been widely speculated to lie somewhere in early October 1537, but that a lack of documentary evidence makes the exact date...

  • Calamity Jane. Adams, Tim // New Statesman;3/22/2010, Vol. 139 Issue 4993, p42 

    In this article the author discusses the 1833 painting titled "The Execution of Lady Jane Grey," by Paul Delaroche in the National Gallery, London, England. The central focus of the article is the author's contention that the picture, once the object of critical scorn, is popular because of...

  • Doomed Beauty. Williams, A. R. // National Geographic;Nov2006, Vol. 210 Issue 5, following p14 

    The article reports that a painting in a private collection has been tentatively identified as the only surviving image of Lady Jane Grey. The painting shows the doomed queen in costume fitting the period. The paint and oak panels are all from the late 16th century, their dating suggesting that...

  • Crown of Blood: The Deadly Inheritance of Lady Jane Grey.  // Publishers Weekly;10/10/2016, Vol. 263 Issue 41, p69 

    No abstract available.

  • KATHERINE GREY: HEIR TO ELIZABETH. De Lisle, Leanda // History Today;Sep2009, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p23 

    The article profiles Lady Katherine Grey, who was the sister of Jane Grey, the Nine Days Queen. The author examines Grey's position within the order of succession for the queen of England, specifically focusing on the fact that she was ahead of Mary Queen of Scots for heir to the throne. The...

  • Reproducing Iphigenia at Aulis. FINDLAY, ALISON // Early Theatre;2015, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p133 

    Lady Jane Lumley's Iphigenia at Aulis exemplifies the process of dramatic reproduction in the mid-sixteenth century and in 2014. Lumley's translation (ca 1554) of Euripides's tragedy is a text which revivifies the past to confront the emotional consequences of betrayal and loss. In the...

  • Transcending history. Howarth, David // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;May2010, Vol. 171 Issue 576, p76 

    The article reviews the exhibition "Painting History: Delaroche and Lady Jane Grey" at the National Gallery in London, England from February 24, 2010 to May 23, 2010.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics