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Volume: 9 Issue: 7

Contents of History Today, July 1959

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Lord Kinross describes how, during the first half of the eighteenth century, gin-drinking became a serious social evil. “The populace of London,” Smollett declared...

At the beginning of the ninth century, Charlemagne—already the master of Western Europe—was crowned by a calculating Pope as the supreme sovereign of the Christian...

After centuries of masculine predominance, as the Republic neared its end, a host of notable women crossed the stage of Roman history—the devoted Porcia, the...


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