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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. George - Life and legend of England's patron saint 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

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