Nancy Marie Brown reveals some interesting truths about the Lewis Chessmen, Viking history and Margret the Adroit.
Medievalist and author, Nancy Marie Brown just might be Iceland’s hardest working advocate. She spends a part of each summer […]
The revival in the interest in history has exploded over the last ten years since the advent of amazing blog/website […]
Joan of Arc, wearing a breastplate and brandishing her banner, rode at the head of the uncrowned Charles VII’s army […]
Some thoughts on Srebrenica 20 years on: the massacre the UN and Europe failed to stop and the end of the Bosnian war.
Please note that this article contains sensitive images of the Srebrenica massacre that may be upsetting to some readers. In […]
The male peacock is a large pheasant (peafowl), usually blue or green and originally native to India. He is known […]
One woman, who often stands heads and shoulders above most others in the ancient world was Sappho. Reliable records about […]