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Country ENGLAND WALES SCOTLAND NORTHERN IRELAND Map Flag Coat of Arms Emblem Patron Saint 23rd April 1st March 30th November 17th March National Holiday English Welsh Scottish Gaelic Irish Gaelic Language Good morning! Bore da! Madainn...

Country ENGLAND WALES SCOTLAND NORTHERN IRELAND Map Flag Coat of Arms Emblem Patron Saint 23rd April 1st March 30th November 17th March National Holiday English Welsh Scottish Gaelic Irish Gaelic Language Good morning! Bore da! Madainn...

Researchers have found 23 distinct Irish genetic clusters in Ireland and Britain. These are most distinct in western Ireland, but less pronounced in the east. In the stock image above, the many different territories making up the British Isles, including Ireland and the UK, can be seen

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have constructed a DNA map revealing the lasting genetic contributions from British, Scandinavian and French invasions.

The Anglo-Saxons: Who were they? - DiscoverMiddleAges.co.uk

Who were the Anglo-Saxons and where did they come from. Why did the Anglo-Saxons invade Britain? Discover their origins and history here.

It’s hard to believe, but as little as 300 years ago, British Royals routinely consumed human flesh and organs for medicinal purposes. According to research, this practice may have persisted to as late as the beginning of the 19th Century. Blood, brains, hearts, livers and even eyes were on the menu. The parts were often taken from dead soldiers or prisoners. Some monarchs even opted to extract the body parts directly from the corpses themselves to ensure they were as fresh as possible. #History

It’s hard to believe, but as little as 300 years ago, British Royals routinely consumed human flesh and organs for medicinal purposes. According to research, this practice may have persisted to as late as the beginning of the 19th Century. Blood, brains, hearts, livers and even eyes were on the menu. The parts were often taken from dead soldiers or prisoners. Some monarchs even opted to extract the body parts directly from the corpses themselves to ensure they were as fresh as possible…

Simple Timeline of Human History - Etsy New Zealand

Simple Timeline of Human History: This simple timeline of human history was produced to coincide with my Primary School Prehistory (Stone Age to Iron Age) school workshop. This timeline briefly charts 300,000 years of human history. We start in Prehistory, including the age(s) of stone (there were at least three, depending on where in the world you are) and continue through the Bronze Age and Iron Age in to... History (when people started writing things down) with the Romans, Saxons…

The Kingdom of Wessex (c. 519-927 CE or c. 519-1066 CE) was a political entity founded by the West Saxon Chieftain Cerdic (r. 519-540 CE) in 519 CE in the Upper Thames Valley of modern-day Britain which would later evolve into the modern nation.

The Kingdom of Wessex (c. 519-927 CE or c. 519-1066 CE) was a political entity founded by the West Saxon Chieftain Cerdic (r. 519-540 CE) in 519 CE in the Upper Thames Valley of modern-day Britain which would later evolve into the modern nation.

The Battle of Penn Hill was fought in AD 665 between a British and an Anglo-Saxon coalition at...

The Battle of Penn Hill was fought in AD 665 between a British and an Anglo-Saxon coalition at Penn Hill in northern Dumnonia, the precise location of which is unknown. It resulted in a decisive British victory, and reversed the Saxon expansion westwards across Albion. Germanic migrants, mainly from the Angle, Saxon and Jutish tribes, began arriving on the east coast of Albion in the mid-5th century, during the chaos following the Roman withdrawal from the provinces of Britannia. They…