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Can anybody identify statue?

Posted Yesterday at 01:53 AM by doseydave

I have a statue on the side of my house in Cumbria, probably from the 1850s - can anybody identify what I beleive to be an English king from the medievel times?
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Chronology of Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Emperors 610 - 1025

Posted August 1st, 2015 at 08:41 AM by Valens
Updated August 1st, 2015 at 10:22 AM by Valens

Continuing with my list of Roman Emperors, I've complied another extensive chronology of Roman rulers, starting from 610 and the accession of Heraclius up to the death of Basil II in 1025.


Φλάβιος Ἡράκλειος* / c. 575, Cappadocia, Modern Turkey / 610 - 641 (with his son Constantine III as co-Emperor...
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How much relevance does 'A Song of Ice and Fire' have to the medieval world?

Posted August 1st, 2015 at 06:41 AM by gemg

Hi guys, I'm doing a pretty big project at my college over the next year about how the world in ASOIAF (Game of Thrones) links to medieval Europe/Earth.

I'm a massive fan of the stories and have read all the books, but I need some help with the historical side of the project.

If any of you are fans of the book/show and have a fairly good knowledge of this historical era then some ideas would be appreciated!!

Does it link with culture? military? arts?...
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About the Global Warming Hiatus

Posted July 29th, 2015 at 09:32 AM by Knarly Dan

Possible artifacts of data biases in the recent global surface warming hiatus, by Thomas Karl et al, has been getting rave reviews by Alarmists since it was published in early June by Science Magazine. In brief, a team of NOAA scientists set out to prove the purported 15-20 year pause in global warming doesn't actually exist. This alleged hiatus has led to heated debates among scientists trying to construct anthropogenic global warming models, and activists with really important agendas to push...
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Royal Duke, Common Duchess: The Story of James Stuart & Anne Hyde

Posted July 26th, 2015 at 02:16 PM by gladiatrice (The Life and Times of the Stuarts)
Updated July 26th, 2015 at 07:30 PM by gladiatrice (Forget a whole clause)

When a member of a royal family marries, it is usually ideal to find their spouse from a different royal family, or at least another family with a high status. Marrying a commoner was frowned upon. Their low blood would do injustice and lower the quality of the royal blood they were marrying into. We know today that this practise is generally more acceptable; indeed, the blue blooded Prince William married Kate Middleton, who was of a humble birth. This marriage was met with widespread, international...
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