Take a trip back in time to visit Queen Elizabeth the First. The discoveries that we take for granted, and Strange Facts about the Monarch. Then test your brain power with our fabulous quiz! Everything you need to know...
Who are the British? DNA research reveals surprising facts about the origins of Britain's population. What does this tell us about the way we cling to mistaken assumptions about our own and other races' identity?
The Kingdom of Pictland first Kingdom of Scotland. Unification of Dal Riata and Pictland under House of Alpin as new Kingdom of Alba.
This is a long article but it will give you a good understanding of the rulers of England and now the United Kingdom from 1066 to the present date.
Tyburn was a famous site for public executions in London for many centuries. Many criminals and traitors against were executed on Tyburn Tree and hanging days were huge public spectacles.
Just as with other Germanic people, magic was an important element in Anglo-Saxon life, with broader connections to the paradigm of Germanic mythology.
Beginning in the 1960s and 1970s, revisionist historians began to look at the English Reformation differently than had their predecessors. Revisionists argued that the Reformation was forced upon the reluctant Catholic...
King John settled in England, the first resident king since King Stephen. He was not liked as he constantly suspected that he was being plotted against, He did have difficulties. at home and in Europe.
Through my limited knowledge, I have compiled a list of the top ten worst ever rulers of our green and pleasant land. It's been done before, but I believe that this really is the definitive list!
King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215 and immediately tried to renege on its provisions- yet it formed the basis for British life for almost a thousand years after