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Extraordinary expansion. Peace, stability and prosperity won and lost. Read our
Extraordinary expansion. Peace, stability and prosperity won and lost. Read our ‘Roman Empire’ eBook if you want to discover more of this incredible story. #england#history#roman#empire#romanempire#rome#britain#britishhistory
19.03.2019 15:16:26
Inherited and adapted by the Celts, hillforts such as Cadbury Castle and Danebur
Inherited and adapted by the Celts, hillforts such as Cadbury Castle and Danebury fort have become defining features of the English landscape. Read our ‘Celtic Britain’ eBook to find out how the Celts shaped England. Danebury Fort image courtesy of Hampshire Hub and University of Southampton - Wikimedia Commons #England#History#celts#celtic#britishhistory#fort#landscape#britain
12.03.2019 16:48:54
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Stonehenge began its existence as an earthwork, became a wooden henge during the
Stonehenge began its existence as an earthwork, became a wooden henge during the Neolithic Age, and was finally formed in stone during the Bronze Age #england#history#stonehenge
05.03.2019 17:08:48
At one time England was cloaked almost entirely in forest that consisted mainly
At one time England was cloaked almost entirely in forest that consisted mainly of pine trees, with the warmer, southern extremities covered in temperate, deciduous woodland that included trees like the elm, birch and oak. #england#history#leaves#forest#britishisles
26.02.2019 15:49:22
Imagine walking uninterrupted, from England, across low-lying plains and marshes
Imagine walking uninterrupted, from England, across low-lying plains and marshes right into what is now mainland Europe... Download our app to find out more about the geological shifts which shaped the British Isles (link in bio). #europe#england#geology#history#historyofengland
19.02.2019 14:30:39
This is from Article of the Day on Wikipedia today, about Coenwulf, King of Merc
This is from Article of the Day on Wikipedia today, about Coenwulf, King of Mercia from 796 to 821. The image is of one of only eight known British coins from 700-1250, and the only known gold coin of Coenwulf. #History#EnglishHistory
02.02.2019 14:17:37
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“Paintings from the Chauvet Cave in southern France, which were thought to have
“Paintings from the Chauvet Cave in southern France, which were thought to have been created around 30,000 years ago. They hint at a culture with the ability to perceive the world abstractly and with a sense of perspective, to differentiation between the real and fictional, the human and the animal.” (from Civilisation, the first ebook from SEP.Studio) https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grotte_Chauvet#/media/File:Rhinoc%C3%A9ros_grotte_Chauvet.jpg#Civilisation#History
29.01.2019 11:35:38
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