London Stone has been a landmark for centuries. And where facts and science have failed to provide a definite history, myths have flourished. London’s Cannon Street is a frantic mêlée during the morning rush hour. As commuters hurry to work, few notice the small crypt, with a glass encasement within it, built into the wall […]The Myth of London Stone — Ghost Cities
The Brut Chronicle — Trinity College Library, Cambridge (Reblog)
The Brut – also known as the English Chronicle – was a popular history of England in the medieval period. It is the earliest known prose history of Britain and traces the country’s mythical origins. The Brut’s contemporary popularity is demonstrated by the fact that it survives in the original Anglo-Norman (the French dialect of […]The Brut Chronicle — Trinity College Library, Cambridge
‘A Thousand Ships’ Book Review — by Milly Reynolds
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