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As the warm Middle Ages gave way to the ‘Little Ice Age’, the abundance of ice inspired trade and technology, captivating and terrifying those who endured life in a cold climate.
The ancient Egyptian gods of creation and knowledge vanquish the ‘Lord of Chaos’.
How does the process of colourisation affect our understanding of history?
By escaping its neighbour’s orbit, the history of Ireland has moved out of its traditional comfort zones.
If the English language had taken a different path, historians might not exist.
Fearing nuclear war, in 1965 the UK government published advice on how members of the public should protect themselves against the Bomb. An experiment in York put it to the test.
Britain’s psychological warfare campaign against the Nazis pre-empted the information wars of the 21st century.
The British Library’s new exhibition is a star-studded tour of the Anglo-Saxons at their most eloquent.
The Met opened its doors on 22 October 1883.
The story of silk, which connected the world with a thread.