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Wales before the Norman Conquest The prehistory of Wales Meaningful study of prehistoric Wales has to be pursued against the broader background of British prehistory, for the material remains of the period — bce especially funerary monuments, provide regional manifestations of features characteristic of Britain as a whole. The Celtic origins of Britain, probably to be sought in a gradual process within the last millennium bce, are a matter of continuing scholarly debate. Traditional archaeological and linguistic interpretation emphasizes an influx, from the late Bronze Age onward, of Celtic-speaking peoples, though not perhaps in vast numbers, and a dynamic relationship between continental and insular communities.
Modern views emphasize that the ethnogenesis of the Celts must be seen as a complex process of social change and not entirely the result of migrations. As regards their social structure, the metalwork associated with feasting and military prowess, such as that found at Llyn Fawr and Llyn Cerrig Bach, coupled with the broad distribution of fortified sites, typifies the highly stratified but politically fragmented and warlike society which prevailed in Wales down to the Roman period.
Roman Wales 1st—4th centuries Wales in the Roman period shared broadly the experience of other parts of highland Britain, but modern archaeological study has tended to moderate the traditional contrast drawn between military and civil zones.
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Probably India did not have a clear local name earlier because, like China , it seemed to be the principal portion of the entire world, and so simply the world itself. Sumeru or Meru , the only one inhabited with humans identical to us. The only question was how much of it was taken up by India. Indeed, India was once an island in the Mesozoic Ocean, but it moved north and collided with Asia. In Chinese, we get various ways of referring to India.
The modern form, , renders the name phonetically with characters of no particular semantic significance “print, stamp, or seal” and “a rule, law, measure, degree”. The older practice, however, was dedicated characters that might have a larger meaning. Thus, we get or , in which can be a kind of bamboo but otherwise is just used for India. Thus we get expressions like , “Sanskrit,” , “Sanskrit characters. The rule of the Sult.
The supremely foreign unification of India, of course, was from the British, under whom India achieved its greatest unity, although that was lost upon independence to the religious division between India and Pakistan. The Moghuls and British, of course, called India by its name in their own languages i. In Chinese, Cakravartin could be rendered as , “Wheel [i. Thus, the prophecy was that Siddhartha Gautama might have become the Buddha or a Cakravartin, a world ruler.
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Montorgiali, Santuario di San Giorgio The small castle of Montorgiali, documented since the 12th century, has preserved the ruins of the Keep, with wide round-arch windows, loopholes and the remains of the shelves of the machicolations. The Church of St. Blaise has a Romanesque structure, although it has been heavily restored, as the apse and the bell-tower bear witness.
In April Montorgiali holds the festival in honour of St. George, linked with an interesting cycle of local legends. Part of the festival is the costume horse-ride to the church dedicated to the Saint, just outside the urban centre.
The collection has authentic items which highlight the first peoples who roamed the Kiewa Valley. Along with the social history of the first white settlers of the Kiewa Valley and Mount Beauty lived, worked and socialised from the late ‘s onwards.
Nov 17, Cindy Hello! Thank you kindly for sharing this valuable information. As many others, I’m trying to research my family tree. My grandfather and his family apparently had owned a successful paper mill there. His parents, my great grandparents were supposedly executed and their home turned into a hospital. Now it is said to be a museum. I would love to learn more of this history, so will continue to pursue your item. As usual, should anyone reading this have any information about this, contact me via the comment form on this site and I will forward it to Cindy.
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It is situated where the A6 and the A45 meet, 15 miles from the county town of Northampton. It has a population of 6, people and boasts many fine old buildings including a beautiful church. Originally a Roman town on the east bank of the River Nene with a temple and a row of workshops, then a Saxon settlement ‘High Ham’. The Vikings settled in Northamptonshire but after they were driven back, Higham was established in its present location with a market and a manor.
By the time of Domesday in the estate of Higham belonged to William Peverel and a Norman castle was reputed to have been built in the 12th century. Another castle was probably built by the Earl of Lancaster or the Ferrers family, but demolished in
Norham Castle, the ruins of which we reached at the close of day, after a long tour by motor from Berwick, was once a magnificent mansion and fortress, standing on high ground overlooking the Tweed. For a thousand years it was the scene of alternating peace and turmoil.
Cities[ edit ] The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul is a prominent site in Brno , the country’s second largest city. Prague Praha — the country’s capital and largest city, and one of Europe’s premier tourist destinations. Brno — the largest city in Moravia and the republic’s second city, with several excellent museums, an accessible old town, a stunning cathedral, and the annual Grand Prix.
Karlovy Vary — a historic spa resort and the republic’s largest, especially popular with German and Russian tourists, and the site of the country’s most prestigious film festival. Barbara’s Church, old silver mines, and the Sedlec Ossuary, decorated with tens of thousands of human remains. Olomouc — a riverside university town with a thousand-year history, and the second largest historical centre in the Czech Republic after Prague.
Ostrava — a vibrant and sometimes gritty blue collar city with a strong subculture, and a long history of coal mining and steel production. Opava — the former capital of Silesia. The town is set in small hills, nature, zoo and spa literally behind a hill. Trosky Castle near the Bohemian Paradise. The twin towers of the ruined Trosky Castle are a symbol of the area and can be climbed for stunning views. John Monastery — an exquisite medieval castle dating to Charles IV, as well as an off the beaten track monastery.
It rates high for education, economic and press freedom, and is the most democratic of the countries that were once part of the Soviet Union. Not exactly the sort of place you would associate with ghosts perhaps. However, scratch below the surface, and you might find that ghosts are in fact a rather important part of the Estonian make up — especially in Tallinn, the capital city.
At Bad Godesberg with its ruined castle which sits on a place where worshippers sacrificed to the ancient forest god, Odin, perhaps Valentine noticed for a last time the vines, the northernmost place in Germany where the vine is cultivated. The Cathedral of Cologne, begun in A.D.
Top Sometime before the year of A. Below is some history of her ancestors. Descendants of Dunning de Latham Generation No. Dunning de Latham was born circa at Saxon, England. Sir Dunning was a traitor to his Saxon heritage and was appointed by the Norman invaders as the first Norman Lord of Lathom. He was given the lordship of the Chapelry of Lathom and its’ surrounds. He and his wife, Lady Marigard De Essex are from the 2nd generation in an unbroken line of 35 generations.
He died of pneumonia. The original meaning of the place name Lathom or Latham was ‘the barn house,’ which probably meant a warehouse or storehouse.
The size of the wall, which stretches for 73 miles across northern England, is amazing in itself, as are the remains of various forts and other structures along its length. Why build a wall? The forces of the Roman Empire never conquered the whole of the island of Britain. Although the Roman general Agricola had managed to subdue the tribes of southern Scotland in AD 80 to 82, and he defeated a Caledonian army at Mons Graupius near modern Aberdeen in AD 83, it proved very difficult to consolidate any gains of territory that were made, and the tribes that occupied these wild lands were fiercely independent.
The Czech Republic is blessed with a highly complex and integrated bus network, providing service to all corners of the republic, from its largest cities to often tiny villages. Many locals prefer using buses over trains due to cost, comfort, and reliability.
Inklings of localities and persons connected with our subject. Picturesque scenery of the Norman Archipelago. Island of Jersey; home of the Carterets and Pipons. Malo quaint and suggestive Special relations to the countries named. Their archives explored; and with good results, touching our first settlers. These of various nationalities, but mostly Hollanders and French Refugees.
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The Temple was destroyed. According to Josephus, some 1, , Jews perished during the revolt and another 97, were taken captive. This marked the first time that a disability was imposed on religious grounds. Anyone who tried to deny their Jewish origin was subjected to a humiliating examination especially under the reign of Domitian, brother of Titus. The Roman Governor, L.
Valerius Catullus, had them executed.
Add to those a National Nature reserve, truly spectacular cliffs, Europe’s 3rd best beach and a ruined castle and we’re surely in for a memorable weekend. Come along and experience Gower peninsula’s unbeatable charm and beauty – this trip is fully catered as well.
Boarstall Tower is the only medieval stone castle which displays any above-ground evidence and, even so, what remains is the result of self-evident continual reconstruction. Most of the fortified manor is gone from sight, however. Apparently, the s was a good year for castle demolishment in this county but the widely-believed assumption that there were never any castles built in Bucks County is plain false.
In general, until the 21st century, the county has remained largely and charmingly undeveloped and it teems with long-abandoned motte and bailey sites. Milton Keynes in north Buckinghamshire is a burgeoning metropolis amidst the blissful hush. Both counties seem to share Henley-on-Thames although Berkshire also lays claim.
This grandiose marvel is so extensive that it will soon have its own entry on this blog along with several other magnificent stately and grand homes such as Waddesdon and Cliveden.
Once the stalking ground of Jack the Ripper, now home to hipstery bars, art galleries and parks, and an extremely diverse population. The area retains some leftfield, quirky attractions. You can find a restaurant from just about any ethnic group in the world.
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There has been no major smoke in Pittsburgh for thirty years, and even when smoke hung thick over the city for a century it was accepted stoically and almost affectionately as the life-sign of its prosperity. Instead, the chief distinction of Pittsburgh is work. As surely as Paris represents glamor, Dallas wealth, and Rome the dolce vita, so Pittsburgh stands for industry and production.
Always fairly small its current population is about , , with a metropolitan region of 2. It was Pittsburgh that gave, or rather sold, the world its first mass-produced oil, steel, aluminum, and glass, and it perfected two other techniques that were even more critical to modern life. In Pittsburgh Heinz created the world’s first hygienically packaged food and Westinghouse supplied AC electricity to supplement Edison’s DC in every corner of the globe.
But what Pittsburgh produced went beyond industry. Rogers, and Andy Warhol. Justly or not, the staggering productivity that has come out of Pittsburgh is not generally associated with it. Like Andrew Carnegie’s several thousand public libraries around the world, Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine, George Ferris’ carnival wheels, Stephen Foster’s songs, Heinz ketchup, or the Rockwell space shuttle, what was produced here belongs no longer to Pittsburgh but to the world.
What visitors find today is one of the delightful cities of America, with a setting of three rivers and a score of hills that rivals the topography of San Francisco. Like its West Coast counterpart, Pittsburgh has a distinctive civic identity. It is a city that speaks its own language:
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Moriah Chapel, Kenfig Hill c. In there was a 6 month coal stike which was only brought to a halt when the miners were literally starved back to work. The game of Rugby Football proved a welcome respite from such problems and by the end of the 19th century it occupied in inductrial Wales the same position as Associated Football did in indutrial England. An official Cornelly Rugby Football Club was founded c. They played their home matches on a field also situated along Stormy Road called “Cae Eithyn” or “The Gorse Field” which was an apt description of the area.
A ruined castle south of Oundle. It is a scheduled monument and not open to the public. He also leased the Manor House in Higham Ferrers in He was a prosperous wool merchant, became mayor of Northampton in and , and bought Sulgrave Manor, Northamptonshire in The site is in Higham Ferrers and owned by Spire Homes who.
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