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Susan Margaret Cooper - Author & Researcher πŸ“œ 1h
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Susan Margaret Cooper - Author & Researcher πŸ“œ Aug 7
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Helen Williams Aug 3
As a first-gen scholar in the North East teaching & researching at a post-92 institution, is a boon, making the accessible & bringing diverse new voices, projects & approaches to scholarship & study. Many of us wouldn't be here without it.
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Laia Navarro de Llobet Aug 6
Learning English with a translation of El Quijote? πŸ€“ Check this unfinished glossary in this lovely 18th-century edition. UB CRAI Reserva 07 M-7869bis13
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Susan Margaret Cooper - Author & Researcher πŸ“œ Aug 7
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47th Regiment of Foot Aug 7
Even though we have no events due to Covid, we are still recruiting & kitting out those who decided to take the King’s shilling πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ (thank Naomi Jones)
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HECAA 17h
In this painting on silk, Nagasawa Rosetsu captures the playfulness of some adorable , even giving them smiles as they watch a butterfly land on a rose. (, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art).
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Susanne Dunlap Aug 6
Louis XIV's Code Noir obliged slaveowners to give slaves religious instruction, and did not allow any religion other than Catholicism to be taught in the colonies. THE PARIS AFFAIR
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Robert Marris Aug 6
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18th-Century Fiction 23h
Only a few people use on Twitter, but it really works for ECF when the journal is in production, which it is this week. See the pic for the table of contents -- articles and essays -- for the Fall 2020 issue, coming up in October.
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NTS Collections Aug 4
It's a sneaky from the wee in this of Susannah Archer, Countess of Oxford (1728-1804). Painted c.1790-3 by , Susannah and her little pooch have surprisingly similar hairstyles!
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Derbyshire Record Office 2h
'Squatting plump on an unsuspected cat in your chair' from our George Murgatroyd Woodward (1765-1809) collection.
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Geri Walton 24h
7Aug In honor of , "Reunion with a Long Lost Friend" - See at
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Maison & Co. Aug 5
New Container! 🚒 A beautiful pair of Swedish armchairs by Johan Erik Hoglander, Stockholm. πŸ’™ 🌻 Email for details. Visit our website Follow …
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Christina Courtenay 1h
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MERCATO 18h
Another newly listed item! This is an Italian antique chest of drawers from Tuscany made of poplar wood. The coloration, along with the wear of this antique piece, creates a nice feel and look.
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Susanne Dunlap Aug 6
Paris fashion had a lot to do with the slave trade in the 18th century. Marie Antoinette popularized a cotton dress that increased demand for cotton astronomically, also increasing the demand for slaves.
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Susanne Dunlap Aug 6
In a legal case in 1762, the Royal Procurator's report revealed that Paris was inundated with slaves and that they were being bought and sold there.
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Maud Lejeune 15h
Looking forward to it ! With a view of the GΓΆttingen University Library after Georg Daniel Heumann (1691-1759), engraved and published by Georg Balthasar Probst (1732-1801) with hand coloring
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MNCN Colecciones Aug 7
This fragment of was collected in Castril in the by the naturalist Antonio J. Navarro. It belonged to the Royal Cabinet and preserves the original handwritten label.
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