We know what they wore. We know what they ate. We know the details of their monarchs’ sex lives. But what about Black Tudors? Until now the story of the Africans who lived and died in 16th century England has remained untold. Historian Miranda Kaufmann tells the intriguing tales of three Africans – a diver employed by Henry VIII to recover guns from the wreck of the Mary Rose, a Moroccan woman baptised in Elizabethan London, and a porter who whipped a fellow servant at their master’s Gloucestershire manor house