Theodore left Rome for Canterbury on 27 May 668.
Volume 70 Issue 5 May 2020
What historical topic have I changed my mind on? The ‘greatness’ of Britain.
The Classical world in Venetian colours.
History at the boundaries of gender.
Attempts by the US and French governments to buy favourable coverage in British newspapers proved a costly failure.
Myanmar’s colonial legacy includes racial hierarchies and authoritarian government. In the new nation state, not everyone is welcome.
Understanding the power relations that transoceanic settlements and trade opened up.
The origins of SS General Otto von Wächter’s rise to power.
The recent discovery of an Anglo-Saxon saint’s relics reminds us of the fragility of human life and the power of hope.
The pioneering archaeologist and Oxbridge’s first woman professor, Dorothy Garrod was elected to the Chair of Archaeology on 6 May 1939.