Welcome to theRevolutionary Stuart Parliaments’ blog series

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Co-ordinated by our House of Lords 1640-1660 section, posts here are written by members and friends of the project, as well as bringing in the 1640-60 Commons project and the early and later Stuart sections for both Houses. The aim is to consider all aspects of this revolutionary period, highlighting our research and commenting on topical issues with early modern resonances.

 Plate depicting the Trial of Charles I in January 1649, from John Nalson’s ‘Record of the Trial of Charles I, 1688’ (reproduction 1889)

The blog is edited by Dr Patrick Little.

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