Lynda Telford writes historical articles and is Events and Projects Officer for the Yorkshire Branch of the Richard III society. As a member of the Roman Society her first book concerns the Dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla, who was blamed for many of the ills of the late Roman Republic. Other interests include medieval monasticism, particularly the Cistercian order in Yorkshire, and early Tudor history. She is a keen amateur archaeologist, leads guided tours to historical sites and she is the author of five books, including 'Women of Medieval England' , 'Women of the Vatican' and her latest Women of Ancient Rome for Amberley. She lives in Richmond, North Yorkshire.
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