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Dr Dan Spencer Jun 12
In June 1216 Hervé IV of Donzy, count of Nevers, a supporter of Prince Louis, begins the siege of royalist-held Windsor Castle. Seventeenth century depiction of Windsor by Wenceslas Hollar
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Jessica Simor QC Jun 9
I had a pregnancy in which the foetus had anencephaly - the baby would have died on birth. This man thinks we should have gone through that. .
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Judith Arnopp 2h
'A brilliantly written book about the run up to the Battle of and what happened after' - Reader review
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Dr Rebeca Cubas-Peña Jun 11
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CrownOfThieves Jun 12
I need MORE in my life! I'm almost done binging ! Done with and . What next? Recommendations, please!
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Judith Arnopp 4h
"Some would say that life itself is a battle, and the rules apply equally. One must know one’s friend…and one’s enemies, of course…”
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Andreth🐺🗡️🧝🏻 23m
Replying to @Adaneth73
Ep2: England's longest-reigning royal dynasty fights to expand their power across the British Isles, and win back their lands in France. In this golden age of chivalry, a clear sense of English nationhood emerges and parliament is born.
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Samantha 9h
Art Posting Continues woo This is Inigo, One of my main boys and a strong fire mage. Hes a bit unique and very much an out of the box thinker
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GroovyHistorian Jun 13
Panel with a Griffin,1250–1300AD culture: Byzantine [image from met museum]
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ellajmbr Jun 13
'Mirrors for Princes': June 2019 edition
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Sam Balf 13h
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Footnoting History 14h
15 June 1219: According to tradition during the Battle of Lyndanisse the Danish flag fell from the sky
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Dr Dan Spencer 23h
15 June 1215: Magna Carta is issued by King John (BL Cotton MS Augustus II.106 via Wikipedia)
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The Medieval Scribe Jun 14
More books survive from the Middle Ages than any other artistic medium. Scholars refer to the books of the Middle Ages as manuscripts.
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Amanda Storm 16h
Spent the morning exploring the wall in the quaint town of Dinan what another amazing day on a experience.
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Daseril Jun 12
Been drawing some stuff lately. Clothing, armor layers, weapons, and buildings. And it gives me an excuse to draw Elena and Sybbyle of course. :)
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Vegas Golden Knights Jun 12
What happens when and go to a renaissance festival?? things get ⚔️😆
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Building Histories 9h
Discovered this beautiful cresset stone for holding oil or candles today. It’s one of those items that speaks to you of past lives when you put your hand on it.
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Slammin' Flowerchild Jun 13
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Drogue Jun 14
Replying to @foniker
I hadn't noticed that before. It turns out that it's not a lute at all. The monkey seems to be blowing air on the goat. Can any medievalists tell us what's happening in this picture?
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