Exploring a Tudor Scroll of Geneology

Here are some pictures from our exploration of an early Tudor scroll of geneology with Erin Kelly and Iain Higgins today:

Opening the Scroll

Finding William The Conquerer

Moving down the Tudor genealogy

We never quite make it to the War of the Roses: the record fades away in the early 1400s

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2 Responses to Exploring a Tudor Scroll of Geneology

  1. danawheeles says:

    My favorite “spreadsheet” ever.

  2. ihiggins says:

    Spreadsheet, yes. It’s a very instructive exercise to think of analogues and parallels, and to ponder how well they work and where they break down. The supplementable quality of the roll/scroll makes it especially useful for recording data across time.

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