Robert Hutchinson (historian)

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Robert Hutchinson, OBE FSA, is a British historian from Arundel.

Hutchinson is specialized in the history of the Reformation, especially church archeology. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London (FSA). Hutchinson earned a PhD degree in 2010.[1]


  • The Last Days of Henry VIII: Conspiracy, Treason and Heresy at the Court of the dying Tyrant (2005)
  • Elizabeth's Spy Master: Francis Walsingham and the Secret War that saved England (2006)
  • Thomas Cromwell: The Rise and Fall of Henry VIII's most Notorious Minister (2007)
  • House of Treason: The Rise and Fall of a Tudor Dynasty (2009)
  • Young Henry: The Rise of Henry VIII (2011)
  • The Spanish Armada (2013)


  1. ^ Hutchinson, Robert: Young Henry: The Rise of Henry VIII. (2011) p. ii