April 2013

April 2013

Suzannah Lipscomb examines theories as to why Anne Boleyn was sent to the scaffold in 1536

As a new exhibition is set to open at the British Museum, curator Paul Roberts looks at what the average home in ancient Pompeii or Herculaneum would have been like

Robert Hutchinson claims that Elizabeth I’s realm was very poorly prepared for the Spanish Armada

Ian Mortimer discovers that breakfast hasn't always been regarded as the most important meal of the day

James Carley investigates the theft and discovery of a priceless cache of books at the Lambeth Palace Library

Mark Urban questions the claim that Operation Goodwood was a low point for Britain’s armoured divisions

Katie Engelhart considers the recent trend to call historians as expert witnesses in court cases

Marc Morris looks at eight places related to the Norman impact on the English church


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Thursday 28th March 2013
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