The conspirators who planned to assassinate the Prime Minister and his Cabinet were arrested on 23 February 1820.
Volume 70 Issue 2 February 2020
A courtier of refined sensibility and an adventurer of bold and boundless ambition.
‘Our work on the Calais ‘Jungle’ forced me to change my mind about freedom of movement.’
A bridge between India and Persia.
Looking beyond cuneiform signs to the people who impressed them.
In Anglo-Saxon England a hill could be a dragon’s lair and a ditch the home of gods.
What does it mean to rebuild Notre-Dame?
Why the US shuns its Spanish heritage.
In a post-truth world, how do we study history?
Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms are widely used by historians. But does anyone benefit?