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Neolithic cheese
Posted:
19 October 2017
Posted By:
Dr Penny Bickle
Categories:
History Uncovered

In 2017, British consumers spent £2.8 million buying cheese. By the end of this year, some 12 billion litres of milk will have been produced, according to information from the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board. It's not surprising therefore that the vast majority of people in the U...

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17 April 2017
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Sam Bilton
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Your Stories

Butlers were key members propecia online pharmacy canada of Victorian households, often dedicating their lives to the service of their masters. Do you think you're up to the task of leading a Victorian staff? Here are some things you should know before you undertake the role. Be smart and polite A successful butler will have a...

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Why do we have Easter eggs?

Pace eggs - traditional Easter eggs. Sam Bilton
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6 April 2017
Posted By:
Sam Bilton
Categories:
Historical How Tos

Easter is the most important date in the Christian calendar. Every year, Christians around the world remember Jesus’ crucifixion and celebrate his resurrection three days later. But how did the egg come to represent Easter? We take a look at some of the theories, explore the traditions that hav...

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