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Nov.08.2011
During medieval times, the town center was the marketplace. The marketplace was also used for community members to speak their political views and a meeting place where organized groups met. There was often a stone foundation which held a cross and upon the cross’s pedestal one would stand and...
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Nov.08.2011
It must have been scandalous. Marguerite, Queen of France was about nineteen when she married Henry IV and after twenty-seven years of marriage, divorced. As the daughter of Henry II and Catherine de’ Medici, she was cultured, beautiful and the author of memoirs and poems. Known to have had several...
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Oct.26.2011
The infamous Tower of London. It was here that the two younger brothers of Princess Elizabeth were murdered. Since Elizabeth was the oldest daughter of Edward IV, she became heiress to the throne. Her father had negotiated with several men to marry her but it had not happened, leaving her unmarried...
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Oct.19.2011
Bohemian Queen Elizabeth had thirteen children. Even though she had attendants she still had to give birth thirteen times which can’t be easy even with all that help. Imagine keeping track of that brood? And can you only imagine the drama? No, we don’t have to imagine it these days; the tabloids...
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Oct.07.2011
The Marquis of Anglesey had tens of thousands of admirers and must have been quite a lover for in nine years he fathered eight children with his wife Lady Caroline who passed away, understandably, poor thing. When the Marquis remarried, his new wife, Lady Charlotte had ten more children.  ...
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Oct.07.2011
The word “Anglophile” designates someone who “greatly admires or favors England and things English.” England is a romantic country, filled with traditional and intelligent people who no doubt will maintain England’s charm so we may always enjoy or look forward to enjoying its many historical facets...
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Sep.28.2011
Yes. Technically speaking, the Princess of Wales is the “consort of a prince.” Sounds a little naughty but it’s not. The definitions which fit Princess Kate’s current state are: partner, companion, wife, spouse, associate and to keep company. Archaically speaking (archaic meaning old-fashioned or...
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Sep.20.2011
Millions of people living under poor conditions led to the demise of early London when filth helped spread the Black Death during the middle 1300s and again during the plague of 1665. But where the plagues didn’t reach, a fire did. A huge fire in old London in 1666 destroyed most of the slums....