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A new book presents an account of Charlemagne, year by year, without hindsight.
Potosí’s fame came not only from its wealth, but also its notoriety for appalling working conditions.
The largest of Pompeii's legalised Lupanars is the only surviving ‘purpose-built’ Roman brothel.
Many of the ideas that shape football today were developed in the 1920s by a generation of Hungarian coaches.
How a government-sponsored network of civilian agents complemented Wellington's own intelligence gathering.
For Louis, the conversion of Muslims to Christianity, ideally by peaceful means, was important.
Exploring Essex beyond the stereotypes.
The story of a Gutenberg Bible, from 15th century Mainz to Keio University, Tokyo.
The Southern Ocean was the last quadrant of the globe to be ‘discovered’ by Europeans.
Catacombs, cemeteries and the dead as a revolutionary force.