Andrea Zuvich

About me

Andrea Zuvich is a 17th-century historian & historical fiction writer, and contributor to the brand-new History of Royals magazine.

She received double BA degrees in History and Anthropology from the University of Central Florida and continued her History studies with the University of Oxford and Princeton University. She has appeared on television and on the radio to discuss various monarchs and lectures on seventeenth-century topics throughout the UK. She was one of the original developers of The Garden History Tours at Kensington Palace, London. Zuvich lives near Ludlow, in Shropshire, England.

She is the author of the following historical fiction works:
– “His Last Mistress”, Endeavour Press, London, 2013.
– “The Stuart Vampire”, The Seventeenth Century Lady, 2014.
– “The Chambermaid” (part of the Steel & Lace Anthology), 2015.

Her history publications include:
– “The Stuarts in 100 Facts”, Amberley Publishing, 2015.
– “A Year in the Life of Stuart Britain”, 2016.

From my website

The Merchant’s House, Marlborough, Wiltshire.

After our stay at the Stonehenge campsite last Autumn, Gavin and I made our way to Marlborough, which is a lovely town in Wiltshire, England. This amazing house was built for and lived in by a wealthy seventeenth-century silk merchant named Thomas Bayly. The construction is believed to date from…

Hear ye! News from The Seventeenth Century Lady…

Good day to you all! There are a number of things to mention here today. In April, I was one of the first contributors to the brand-new history magazine, History of Royals, and I was delighted to write a feature on the Romanovs. It was a wonderful experience, and I…

“Maria Merian’s Butterflies” at the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace recently opened their latest exhibition, Maria Merian’s Butterflies on the 15th of April, 2016. According to the Press Office: “The exhibition will tell the extraordinary story of 17th-and-18th-century artist and explorer Maria Sibylla Merian through the superb collection of her work in the Royal…

 
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