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The day started with presentations about the context of the Great Parchment Book project, and the three key elements - conservation, transcrition and... Last time I wrote about the ‘Hidden Treasures ‘of St. Martin, in November 2013, it was all about plans to bring this medieval gem of a church... Happiness is the state of being well deceived; the serene peaceful state of being a fool among knaves — Jonathan Swift, The Tale of a Tub, 1704,... My book, Katherine Howard: A New History, was published by Made Global Publishing on 13 August 2014 and is now available for purchase through Amazon. You...
Although this blog is mostly London centric, that doesn’t mean that we don’t have some pretty amazing history stuff going on here in Bristol,... The New York doctors’ riot of 1788 arose from a popular emotional response to medical students’ grave-robbing and disrespectful treatment of corpses.... As today marks the anniversary of an attempt to kill Good King George, I thought I would repeat an earlier post about the incident:
The date: 2nd... of course any Marlburians out there might be interested in the 300th anniversary of the Jacobite Rising. I’m excited to have contributed a post to HiLobrow’s Kern Your Enthusiasm series, which has a lot of smart, interesting people writing about...
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