Defending the Home Front in Ancient Greece.
Volume 72 Issue 6 June 2022
Victoria Claflin Woodhull was ratified as the Equal Rights Party’s candidate for the presidency on 6 June 1872.
The term ‘Viking’ as it is commonly used is misleading, warping our perception of the Middle Ages. It should be retired.
In 1022 heretics were discovered in northern France and burned to death for their crimes. But what caused this outbreak of radical thought?
One of the most notorious conspiracies in British history.
The duplicitous, disloyal, callous and cruel Ferdinand Magellan.
There are several obstacles between Tudor women and their biographers. Bypassing them is a slow but necessary process.
As the Nazis enclosed Warsaw’s Jewish quarter in a ghetto, a librarian set up a secret children’s library.
The age of Shakespeare, and its changing notions of what was funny, gave birth to modern comedy.
The undeniable power of the Gododdin, written by the sixth-century north-British poet Aneirin.