How about the start of a Tudor feast to begin your serving of History a’la Carte.
And now, a new installment of History a’la Carte to start the new year. I am always amazed to find out how much I didn’t know that I didn’t know.
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- Medieval Fast Food in 12th Centure London
- Religion: A Part of Everyday Medieval Life
- The Trotula, Medieval Women’s Medicine
- The Summer Allied Monarchs Came to Town…
- George, Duke of Clarence
- Harriette Wilson: Regency Courtesan Par Excellence
- Philip Breslaw – a brilliant 18th Century conjurer and mind reader
- The First Female Pioneers of Aviation
- The Early Medieval Countryside
- Shakespeare in training: The Queen’s Men and their plays
- Strawberry Hill House – a neo-Gothick castle which heralded in an architectural revolution.
- Mysteries and Secrets: Queen Victoria, her physician Sir James Reid, and John Brown
- The Road to Rome in the 1st Century AD