During the First World War, the deliberate destruction of western Europe's medieval heritage changed how people thought about their nations' pasts. Heritage tourism is one of the war's lesser-known legacies.
Uzbekistan, from Silk Road to Soviet Union.
A celebrated image of the first Thanksgiving presents an idealised view of a troubled relationship.
There is beauty to be had from the smallest of objects. In the 18th century, tweezers, toothpicks and clippers became the signs of a polite, and beautiful, society.
Latin was used throughout the Roman Empire, but it shared space with a host of other languages and dialects, including Greek, Oscan and Etruscan, which give us a unique perspective on the ancient world.
It is tempting to adopt a black-and-white view of the past, but history is complex and should be judged on its own merits.
From Elizabethan laws to modern food campaigns: the long history of Britain's patriotic consumers.
The Azeri magazine that told it like it was.