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Medieval Garden Facebook page
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e-Royalty Rating: 4 out of 5 stars If you love gardening and the Middle Ages, we’ve found a delightful Facebook page to complement both of your interests. It’s called … Medieval Gardens and Herbalism. This informative and picturesque Facebook page focu …

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Lost in Castles - website Review
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e-Royalty.com FB/ Website Reviews Lost in Castles www.lostincastles.com https://www.facebook.com/lostincastles Rating: 5 stars As Plantagenet and Tudor enthusiasts, we can’t help but be enthralled by the castles our royal and noble friends called home. …

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If you are a Richard III enthusiast, you should also bookmark the Webpage of the Richard III Society at http://www.richardiii.net/ Here, you will find very little “breaking news,” but you will find a great deal of information about Richard III. The Soc …

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King-Richard-in-Leicester
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The focus for all Plantagenet enthusiasts in March 2015 is Richard III. The recently-discovered (and authenticated) bones of Richard III will be laid to rest in Leicester Cathedral during the last week of March. This is an event the likes of which will …

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Hampton Court Palace
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In London stands one of the most beautiful of English palaces. It’s Hampton Court Palace, a favorite of King Henry VIII. It was actually built in 1525 for Cardinal Wolsey, Henry’s Chief Minister. At the time, Hampton Court Palace was considered the fin …

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Tower-of-London
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To us lovers of the Middle Ages, the Tower of London has stood as a grim reminder of the bloody ruthlessness of the 500 years of Plantagenet and Tudor history. In the medieval world, many were sent there to die … for torture … or to simply disappear. B …

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Her Facebook motto is: “You’d be grumpy too if you had to endure my family”. And so begins a witty and clever Facebook page, authored by a sardonic Eleanor of Aquitaine. It’s as if Eleanor was suddenly transported to modern times, yet still dropping ti …

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