Archive for: February 2016

Why were women written out of history? An interview with Bettany Hughes

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29 February 2016
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Bettany Hughes
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History Uncovered

As part of our Women in History series for Women's History Month, we spoke to award-winning historian, author and broadcaster Dr viagra overnight Bettany Hughes about why women were written out of history and what we can do to redress the balance. Do you think women have featured less in history mejor viagra o levitra than men have? ...

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How to dine like a Norman

Banquet hosted by the Bishop of Normandy, from the Bayeux Tapestry
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18 February 2016
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Sam Bilton
Categories:
Historical How Tos

In the Bayeux Tapestry, levitra kaufen William the Conqueror is depicted enjoying a fine feast soon after his invasion of England in 1066. As well as a new language and the clean-shaven look, what else did the Normans bring to the English table? Run Rabbit The Romans had apparently tried to introduce the rabbit ...

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23 free places to visit near famous historic sites

Housesteads Roman Fort
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11 February 2016
Posted By:
Tom Moriarty
Categories:
Things To Do

We look after over 400 historic places, and remarkably, 250 of those are free to visit. From remote stone circles to ruined abbeys, and Norman castles to Roman temples, you can explore thousands of years of history for absolutely nothing. We've picked 7 top sites around the country and a selecti...

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