The Bondage of The Soil (Novella)

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The Bondage of the Soil is my first upcoming full-length novel, and a sequel to my first published novella, The Battle of Watling Street. The story takes place in a village close to the Icknield Way, the oldest road in Britain. The preparations for a new relief road cause profound disturbances to the local area and its inhabitants. These pictures feature some of the landmarks, themes and events in the story. http://www.margaretmcgoverne.com

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Nanotechnology is making fast advances in medicine. I have written about it before here and in “The Future of Medicine – Megatrends...

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Queen Boudica (Boudicca, a. Boadicea, and Buddug in Welsh), (d. AD 60 or was queen of the British Iceni tribe, a Celtic tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire Roman History, European History, Women In History, British History, American History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Queen Boudica, Iceni Tribe
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Boudicca - Celtic Warrior Queen

Hell hath no fury as a woman wronged. Celtic Queen Boudicca revolted against the the Roman army in southwest England (60-61 AD) and soundly defeated them in three battles before experiencing defeat.

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THE ATMOSPHERE OF EARTH COMPOSITION OF THE ATMOSPHERE Compound Distribution Nitrogen 78% Oxygen 21% Argon 0.9% Water vapour 0.4% (around 1% at the surface) Carbon dioxide 0.03% STRUCTURE OF THE ATMOSPHERE Troposphere Begins at the surface and extends to between 7 km (at the poles) and 20 km (at the equator) Temperature in the troposphere …

A Celtic coin of the Iron Age depicts a woman riding a horse. Note the apparent astronomical designs!

Symbolism on Celtic coins

The mysterious symbolism of the horse pervades the artwork of the coins of the Iron Age Celtic peoples of Atlantic Europe. From the Thracian Celts of the Balkan region, to the tribes of Britain, Ga…

Boudica, also known as Boadicea and known in Welsh as Buddug was queen of the British Iceni tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire. Women In History, British History, Ancient History, Iron Age, Iceni Tribe, Celtic Clothing, Library Art, Photo Library, Roman Britain
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Boadicea's gold found buried hoard dating back to era of warrior queen

For 2,000 years, this enormous fortune lay undisturbed in the ground where it had been left as a gift to the gods.

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Kids learn about the Earth's solid and atmospheric layers, then label the diagram with the correct terms in this fifth grade Earth science worksheet.

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Iron Age roundhouse - Chiltern Open Air Museum

The replica Iron Age roundhouse was constructed in the 1990s. It has been furnished for the period c. 50 AD during the Roman occupation of Britain. Our roundhouse is now licenced for civil wedding ceremonies.

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Iron Age roundhouse - Chiltern Open Air Museum

The replica Iron Age roundhouse was constructed in the 1990s. It has been furnished for the period c. 50 AD during the Roman occupation of Britain. Our roundhouse is now licenced for civil wedding ceremonies.

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Cernunnos

Depiction of the Celtic god Cernunnos

Roman Britain News: "Did the Romans defeat Boudicca at Dunstable? Iceni Tribe, Roman Britain, British Isles, Roman Empire, Great Britain, Romans, The Locals, Celtic, United Kingdom
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Listen to the Stuff You Missed in History Class Episode - Boudica: Warrior Queen on iHeartRadio Queen Boudica, Iceni Tribe, Missed In History, Celtic Warriors, Queen Tattoo, Warrior Queen, Small Sculptures, History Class, Picts

Britain and Ireland in Time

Boadicea and her Daughters, London by Thomas Thornycroft (19 May 1815 – 30 August 1885, English sculptor and engineer) Boudica (alternative spellings:...