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Acre was the most cosmopolitan city in the medieval world. Its inhabitants thought it too valuable to destroy. They were wrong.
Shampooing was brought to Britain by a Bengali immigrant who knew his craft – and how to sell it.
Stately homes surrounded by extravagant gardens are a staple of the English countryside, but how were they funded?
Quarantine is intended to protect, but it can also punish.
The largest of Pompeii's legalised Lupanars is the only surviving ‘purpose-built’ Roman brothel.
Sarah E. Bond
A courtier of refined sensibility and an adventurer of bold and boundless ambition.
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‘Our work on the Calais ‘Jungle’ forced me to change my mind about freedom of movement.’
A bridge between India and Persia.
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