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Rosemary Sutcliff
For (1920-92)—internationally-acclaimed "writer of genius"—Guardian obituary—of children’s literature & historical fiction
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storimagic Apr 19
Replying to @rsutcliff
For fans of 's 'Eagle of the Ninth'! A Hadrian's Wall extravaganza 8 April-10 Sept
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Susie Dent Apr 19
Love the old word 'conjobble': to have a good natter with someone over a bite to eat.
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 19
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The Eagle of the Ninth by Rosemary Sutcliff. Famous historical fiction about the Ninth Legion
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 19
Rosemary Sutcliff's Roman novel has been a 'modern classic' for many years! Over a million copies sold. Much remembered & re-read
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 19
Yes! But important also to note she was read to and told stories from a young age. ( PS it is Rosemary Sutcliff without an E!)
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RMB 16 Apr 16
had a grumpy day but now i have this courgette pasta () and a beer and THE LANTERN BEARERS by rosemary sutcliff, A++
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Dom Coyote Apr 17
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Robert Macfarlane Apr 17
Word of the day: "selvedge" - untilled land bordering a field; also edge of a piece of woven material finished so as to prevent unravelling.
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 17
Apparently some aromans disliked their noses ....
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 17
Sorry Doctor Who (& Ross Monro) Rosemary Sutcliff already explained disappearance of 9th Roman Legion
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John Evans Apr 15
Breathtaking Driftwood Horse Sculpture by James Doran-Webb
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電子書籍安売り情報(その他) Apr 12
The King Arthur Trilogy…: Rosemary Sutcliff 724頁 ¥1248→¥967(467pt) ★★★★★(5.0) レビュー数:1
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♀ womens art Apr 15
Textile artist Magda Sayeg transforms urban landscapes by decorating everyday objects with colorful knit and crochet works
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Treasure and Relish Apr 15
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Robert Macfarlane Apr 13
Word of the day: "immram" - a sea-journey to an otherworld, often involving miracles or wondrous events (Irish, lit. 'rowing-around').
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 14
Dear Old World (Prologue) by Dom Coyote ♫
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 14
. notes cos women not usually allowed work in marble, PdR began by sculpting intricate shapes out of cherry & plum stones
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Rosemary Sutcliff 15 Apr 16
Replying to @BBCRadio4
1983—Rosemary Sutcliff was on Desert Island Discs. Listen again or for first time
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Roman Society Apr 13
A Cabinet of Ancient Medical Curiosities:Strange Tales and Surprising Facts from the Healing Arts of Greece and Rome
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Rory Naismith Apr 13
Charlemagne: looking suitably magisterial on this silver coin from Berlin
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