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No longer buried under sands of time
... gained momentum. Much was written and painted on historical episodes, but not this. Much of what should have been written down goes unnoticed, much forgotten, and much made the matter of...
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Britain mourns a monster – because he was a king....
... be anti-royalist satire? No, we’re wide awake as the nation mourns its most reviled monster of a king. Never was adulation of monarchy taken to such transcendently absurd heights. Richard III...
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Richard III reburial: A murderer is still a murde...
The coffin of King Richard III in Leicester Cathedral, where he will be reburied nearly 530 years after he was slain in battle. I find myself strangely conflicted about Richard III. I was not part of...
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George R R Martin
Crowds salute coffin of English 'car park king' R...
Leicester (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Tens of thousands lined the streets on Sunday to see the coffin of England's Richard III taken in procession to his final burial, five centuries after his...
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
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University of Leicester
Art of the garden: royal horticulture through the...
A recognisable garden appears for the first time in British art in the background to The Family of Henry VIII.The Great Garden at Whitehall Palace (seen through the archways to left and right)...
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Leonardo da Vinci
Inspiring emigrant letters home to Ireland from A...
Emigrants landing at Ellis Island, New York. Sense of loss of family acute in the letters of Irish emigrants, but there was hope too in the New World. Photo by: Getty Images Almost all who left...
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Happy Ugly Feet
... tea with Pablo Picasso at the Café de Flore, in Paris. Oppenheim was wearing a bracelet, of her own design, that was clad in ocelot fur. Picasso admired it, noting that one could cover...
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Paris Style Guide: Where to shop
The French capital is a pastel box of colourful and inspiring shops, ranging from century-old family-run haberdashery to shiny new homewares store. The problem can be: where to start? In this edited...
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