The parliament of Kilkenny, which passed the eponymous Statute, opened on 18 February 1366.
Volume 72 Issue 2 February 2022
‘As an immigrant, I wanted to understand the roots of my adopted country.’
Italy’s imperial record of murder and looting, fire and devastation in Ethiopia.
Sherlock Holmes is the 19th century’s most famous cocaine user, but why did he take it?
An extravagantly entertaining account of a medieval ‘theatre state’.
Newly discovered letters get us closer to understanding the tragic truth of royal murder-suicide at Mayerling.
The spread of Hellenic ideas from Greece to the world.
Unmasking an audacious saintly fraud in early modern Naples.
A speculative novel about an amphibious threat held dire warnings for interwar Europe.
The first Native American troops to enlist for Federal service were fighting to return to their own lands.