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Dr Ian Mortimer was described by The Times as 'the most remarkable medieval historian of the time'. He is best known as the writer of 'The Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval England', that has been a Sunday Times bestseller in 2009 and 2010. Its follow-up that is Elizabethan has been a Sunday Times bestseller in 2012.

He had been given the Alexander Prize (2004) from the Royal Historical Society for his work on the history of medicine. His PhD was published by the Royal Historical Society at 2009 as 'The Dying and the Doctors: the Medical Revolution in Seventeenth-Century England'. He's published articles in the scholarly press on topics ranging from the fourteenth to the twentieth centuries. He's a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

He also writes fiction and poetry, the latter using his middle names 'James Forrester'. Even the Clarenceux trilogy of books is composed by Sourcebooks from the USA.

He lives with his wife and three children over the edge of Dartmoor. To learn more, see

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