Archive for: June 2018

Things to do in July

Roman soldier in armour helmet
Posted:
29 June 2018
Posted By:
English Heritage
Categories:
Things To Do

July is named after Julius Caesar – significant in the rise of the Roman Empire – who was born on 12 or 13 July in the year 100 BC. So it's fitting that we invite you to witness Roman soldiers clashing in battle amid the impressive landscapes of Hadrian's Wall country this month. You can a...

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Neolithic food miles: travelling to Stonehenge

Reconstruction drawing of part of the settlement at Durrington Walls in abotu 2500 BC. © Historic England (drawing by Peter Lorimer)
Posted:
21 June 2018
Posted By:
Dr Richard Madgwick
Categories:
History Uncovered

Today, especially at the midsummer and midwinter solstices, people travel thousands of miles to gather and celebrate at Stonehenge. In the late Neolithic period it was a gathering place too: the contemporary site of Durrington Walls, which lies around 2 miles north-east of Stonehenge, played host to...

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Wallpaper and rose petals: the story behind Wrest Park’s summer art exhibition

Posted:
20 June 2018
Posted By:
Rachel Broomhead
Categories:
Behind the Scenes

Wrest Park is being transformed by a contemporary art exhibition this summer. A range of original prints and paintings by artist Sally buy branded viagra Annett are on display now until 22 July, and will be followed by a parallel exhibition at Bletchley Park. Annett's idea for the project, ‘Systems of Philosoph...

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