Lady Mary Grey was the youngest sister of Lady Jane Grey. She was also a dwarf, had one of the greatest love stories ever told, and continued to thrive even after being sent to jail.
Agrippina the Younger was a noblewoman who broke new ground for women in Ancient Rome. She also murdered a lot of people.
Digging deeper into the saga of the super-smart, wildly resilient Pharaoh who upended the Roman Republic through sheer force of amazingness.
Elizabeth Báthory was a 16th century Hungarian noblewoman notorious for being the most prolific female killer. But her true story may not be what you think.
Mary Toft was an Englishwoman who gained notoriety when she claimed to have given birth to rabbits. Her real story is more complicated, and tragic, than you may expect.
Boudica, Queen of the Iceni, was an aristocrat turned freedom fighter who led an army of the oppressed to set fire to their oppressors.
Mary Tudor was very briefly Queen of France and then she tricked her brother Henry VIII to let her marry for love, and her life was pretty much non-stop amazing.
Amy Robsart was married to Queen Elizabeth's #1 crush... which is why her mysterious death kind of rocked everybody's world.
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Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians was a literal warrior Queen and one of England's forgotten founders. Also: ATTACK BEES.