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Hail to the Celts: Session 7

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Exploring Antiracism: Session 4, Confederate Monuments

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Women of Ancient Egypt: Session 5

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Hail to the Celts: Session 3

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Hail to the Celts: Session 2

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Shakespeare: Session 9

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Shakespeare - Session 8

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Gleaming Saxons: Session 9

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Shakespeare - Session 6

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Gleaming Saxons - Session 8

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Myths, Legends & Tales of the Celts - Session 2

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Agincourt -- 1415

Henry V became a hero by defeating the French at Agincourt in 1415. It was a battle memorialized in Shakespeare's play "Henry V" -- with several stirring speeches ("we band of…

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The Barons' Wars (1215-1266)

Magna Carta, signed by King John in 1215, did not settle the disputes between the monarch and his barons. John's son, Henry III, reigned for more than 50 turbulent years in which the barons…

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The Battle of Hastings to the Domesday Book (1066-1086)

The Norman Conquest of England is one of the few true "turning points" in history. England was immediately and substantially different after William the Conqueror defeated Harold Godwinson…

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First Battle of St Albans (1455 to 1460), No. 4

Henry V, hero of Agincourt (1415), died in 1422 leaving his 9-month old son heir to the crown. After decades of war with France, England's economic and political turmoil came to a head. Magnates…

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First Maneuvers (1444 - 1455) , No. 3

A number of arguments arise between the soon-to-be warring parties, particularly over losses in France, which were overseen by Edmund Beaufort, Duke of Somerset, while Richard, 3rd Duke of York fumed…

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