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The Tudors wrote with quill pens: the pens were made from the flight feathers (one of the first five feathers) of the wing of a bird; often a goose.
From Family Home to Open House: major events in the life of a country house often leave little trace upon the building.
Coppicing: this is one of the oldest forms of forestry; find out more by exploring this image.
Parham House, Sussex: using architectural and social history to explore wealthy Tudor life.
Parham House and Gardens: the EPE Sussex project has been based on Parham House.