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British History

British History
The internet's most comprehensive information resource for the times, places, events and people of British history. New Where Are They Now? - Burial places of Britain's rulers New The Knights Templar - the mysterious ending of a strange organization. New St. New Lives of the Queens of England: - A series of articles by Heidi Murphy - Catherine of Valois - Catherine of Braganza Major Content Sections King Arthur - The greatest legend of all! Narrative Histories England - by Peter Williams, Ph.D. Time Periods Prehistoric Britain - Index of period resources Roman Britain - Index of period resources Anglo Saxon Britain - Index of period resources Medieval Britain - Index of period resources Reformation & Restoration - Index of period resources Age of Empire - Index of period resources Modern Britain - Index of period resources Myth, Legend & Folklore - Index of period resources Other Resources Important Arthurian Sources & Texts De Excidio Britanniae - c.540, Gildas. Featured Pages: Related:  Europe

EuroDocs A guide to the WW1 battlefields and home to the Poppy Umbrella Beginners' Latin This tutorial is a beginners' guide to the Latin used in documents between 1086 and 1733. It is the first online tutorial to help you learn the Latin from this period. Try our new Advanced Latin The tutorial covers Latin as used in England between 1086 and 1733, when it was the official language used in documents. Please note that this type of Latin can be quite different from classical Latin. Knowing Latin will help you to read documents from this period. No previous knowledge of Latin is required. Be a beginner Want to refresh your skills Have studied classical Latin and want to find out about Latin from a different period All of the grammar is fully explained. You can practise by translating sentences taken from real documents held at The National Archives. , written in 1086. Where to start Tips on learning Latin Tutorial Twelve lessons Reference Word list, common problems, dating Latin documents and much more Activities More documents to practise on. Further practice

International Society for First World War Studies Information Page The Society was founded in 2001. International Society for First World War Studies brings together postgraduates and more established academics who study the First World War. The society has more than 200 members in Europe, North America and Australasia. The society holds a conference every two years. It is planned to launch a Journal of First World War Studies. For more information visit the Society's website at: Website: www.firstworldwarstudies.org Related Service for Researchers French Freelance Translator Brigitte De Cuyper, Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (DPSI) and a member of the Institute of Linguists. Email: brigittedecuyp@yahoo.com Telephone: +44 7515 643235 Related Topics WW1 Academic Study

Ancient Greece History of Greece Classical Period, 900 - 290 BC Detailed Timeline of European History Classical Period (900 - 290 BC) Beginning of Western Culture and Philosophy Go to European History Interactive Map Classical Period Europe Interactive Map Note: From Tribal to Advanced Organization. Ancient peoples form into organized entities, with organized militaries to carry out systematic conquests of other peoples. (Timeline Continued Below) Greeks Emerge from Greek Dark Ages (~900 - 750 BC): Greeks emerge from Greek dark ages, relearning writing from Phoenicians (modern Syria). Article: Rise of Western Culture and Philosophy (i.e. Germanic Expansion (~ 850 - 250 BC): From about 850 through about 250 BC, Germanic tribes take territory away from the Celts. Italic Peoples (~ 800 BC): Italic (Latin) peoples (likely Celt origin) from north migrate into central Italy. Greeks Colonize Southern Italy (~ 800 BC): Greeks colonize southern tip of Italy, spreading Greek culture northward, contributing to development of advanced Roman Republic. Note: Balts.

The Making of Europe 1 - CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION - Early European History From Hutton Webster's, Early European History (1917); edited for this on-line publication, by ELLOPOS

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