Outside the London of Shakespeare's time, writes Anthony Dent, coaches were few and most travellers were horse-borne.
Anthony Dent describes how this rich French province remained a royal English vineyard for a good three centuries.
Anthony Dent describes the battle order of a Roman Governor in Asia Minor during the second century, A.D.
Anthony Dent describes how, before the reign of Edward II, the office of ‘royal carter’ did not exist; he was then paid threepence a day for the King’s peregrinations.
Anthony Dent describes how the last wolves of Yorkshire lived on into the reign of Henry VIII, but by then had almost vanished from England.
Anthony Dent examines the lives of English foresters, parkers, warreners, and the preservation of deer and boar for hunting, all in the era of the Bard.