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Historum Quarterly Journal #11

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Historum Quarterly Journal / Volume 3 / Number 3 / 2014 / 96 Pages
Table of Contents
  • King Charles II of England
  • Famous Women of Medicine: Florence Nightingale, founder of modern nursing, 1820-1910
  • Culture of the Gàidhealtachd, the Highlands and Hebrides of Scotland
    • Part One: Food and Drink
  • A Historical Source for Monkey's Staff
  • Famous Women of Medicine: Elizabeth Blackwell, 1821-1910
  • Claudius II Gothicus: Claudius "Gothicus" was the first in a series of Roman emperors who restored a measure of stability to the Empire in final decades of the 3rd Century CE
    • Sources
    • Early Career
    • Ascension
    • Claudius the Second
    • Gothicus
    • Death and Legacy
  • Etymology Studio: postern
  • Death of the Irish Language
  • Etymology Studio: scullion
  • The Controversies Surrounding the First Emperor of China
  • The Downfall of Charles I
    • King Charles I of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, was the first king to be executed in Europe. He met his end on January 30, 1649, at the hands of the Parliament.
  • Setting the Record Straight: Irish Paganism
  • Etymology Studio: irascible
  • Wilson's and Lenin's Post-War Ideas
    • During World War I, both United States President Woodrow Wilson and then-future Russian and Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin announced various ideas and proposals which they hoped to implement in order to make things better.During World War I, both United States President Woodrow Wilson and then-future Russian and Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin announced various ideas and proposals which they hoped to implement in order to make things better.
  • The Witch Queen: Fredegonda
    • The Evil Queen: Queen Fredegonda is probably one of the most interesting female personages of European history.
  • Pagan Beliefs on the Threshold of a New Era
    • In the vast lands of the Roman Empire during the time of the early Augusts the spiritual and religious life of the colorful ethnic population was rich and various. Despite their relative freedom the nations felt the decline of their culture and religion. The decline of manners and the crisis in the outlook of the ancient people on the eve of the new era contrasted with the huge number of worshippers. Morale among the believers fell but still stood out as a sense of skepticism, which blended into a mockery of the old rites.
  • A Victorian Memory: A Reminiscence about Amusements, by one born in 1878
    • Clara Virginia Phelps LaPlante 1878 – 1966
  • Adopt A Fossil, Paranthropus boisei (OH 5)
  • The Magnificent: Lorenzo de' Medici
    • Lorenzo de' Medici, known as the Magnificent in his time and ever since, was the ruler of Florence during the early Renaissance. A great patron of the arts and humanities, his reign was marked by the flourishing of his native city of Florence, encouraging the rise of such figures as Piero, Botticelli and the ultimate Renaissance Man, Leonardo Da Vinci.
  • Side Bar: The Medici giraffe
    • The Medici giraffe was a giraffe presented to Lorenzo de Medici (1449-1492) in 1486 possibly by al-Ashraf Qaitbay, the Burji Mamluke sultan of Egypt, in an attempt to win the support of the Medici.
  • A Crayola Chronology
    • Crayola founders Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith
  • The Crayola-Fictation of the World
  • Department of Overlooked Books: High on the Mainmast, a Biography of Herman Melville, by Charlotte E. Keyes
  • My Antiquarian Book Collection, the English Section, Part 1
  • Obituaries as History, Billy "Billy the Kid" Bonney
Total Pages: 96

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