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The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt
The Trolley to Yesterday
The House with a Clock in its Walls
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The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt

History of Colonics - Colon Hydrotherapy

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Staunton Harold windmill - or what remains of it. Built in 1798 by the first Lord Melbourne at a cost of £250.

Staunton Harold windmill - or what remains of it. Built in 1798 by the first Lord Melbourne at a cost of £250.

Tower windmill at Staunton Harold Reservoir, (1.5val)

Tower windmill at Staunton Harold... © Trevor Rickard cc-by-sa/2.0

On the small hill just above the visitor centre, this windmill tower at the top of the reservoir dates from 1798. It was built by the first Lord Melbourne at a cost of £250 and milled local grain. Developed in the 18th century,... more

Staunton Harold, Leicestershire

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The Flame Burns Blue for The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt (by anniepoon)

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The Flame Burns Blue for The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt (by anniepoon)

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Gates at Staunton Harold.

Staunton Harold

Two different gates from Staunton Harold . You know you are going somewhere special when going through these. And two different faces...

Staunton Harold: Defying Cromwell with a Church.

Staunton Harold: Defying Cromwell with a Church

In 1653, most British churches were being smashed up by Roundheads. But in Leicestershire, one was being built.

Staunton Harold Hall is a large 18th century country house built by the Earls Ferrers, situated within the Staunton Harold Park in Leicestershire, which includes the 17th century Grade I listed Chapel of the Holy Trinity (Staunton Harold church). The Shirley family had lived in Staunton Harold for many generations. The present hall was originally a Jacobean building built for Robert Shirley, 1st Earl Ferrers as a family seat

Staunton Harold Hall is a large 18th century country house built by the Earls Ferrers, situated within the Staunton Harold Park in Leicestershire, which includes the 17th century Grade I listed Chapel of the Holy Trinity (Staunton Harold church). The Shirley family had lived in Staunton Harold for many generations. The present hall was originally a Jacobean building built for Robert Shirley, 1st Earl Ferrers as a family seat

Staunton Harold Church - Chapel of the Holy Trinity.

Staunton Harold Church

Chapel of the Holy Trinity.

Godfrey of Bouillon

Godfrey of Bouillon

Staunton Harold church and hall

Staunton Harold church and hall

Staunton Harold estate

Staunton Harold estate

Godfrey De Bouillon

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This is the story of Godfrey de Bouillon, Frankish nobleman and warrior. His father Eustace fought with William the Conqueror, and his mother Ida was

Statue of Godfried de Bouillon, first King of Jerusalem and Belgian crusader, on King's Square (Koningsplein), Brussels #belgium

WORLD CAVALRY

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Shirley inscription at Staunton Harold.In the yeare 1653 when all thinges sacred were throughout ye nation either demolisht or profaned Sr Robert Shirley Barronet founded this church whose singular praise it is to have done the best thinges in ye worst times and hoped them in the most callamitous.

Shirley inscription at Staunton Harold.In the yeare 1653 when all thinges sacred were throughout ye nation either demolisht or profaned Sr Robert Shirley Barronet founded this church whose singular praise it is to have done the best thinges in ye worst times and hoped them in the most callamitous.

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Staunton Harold by Colin'sPic's, via Flickr.  Staunton Harold Hall is a country house that was originally Jacobean, but the 13th Baron had it enlarged in about 1700.  Sir Robert Shirley built the church in the hall grounds in 1653 in defiance of Oliver Cromwell.

Staunton Harold

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The Trolley to Yesterday

Parson Capen House (Topsfield, MA)

Parson Capen House (Topsfield, MA)

On May 29, 1453 the Ottoman Turkish army, under the leadership of Mehmed II (Mahomet II) broke Constantinople’s defensive walls, captured Constantinople and killed the Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI Palaiologos.  With the death of Constantine XI, the Byzantine Empire came to an end, as did the older Roman Empire.  The image is of Sultan Mehmed II by Gentile Bellini 1480, which is held at the National Gallery, London.

Ottoman Turks Capture Constantinople – Muslim Museum UK – Uncover the 1400 year relationship between Britain and Islam. Explore the history and heritage of Muslims in Britain.

On May 29, 1453 the Ottoman Turkish army, under the leadership of Mehmed II (Mahomet II) broke Constantinople’s defensive walls, captured Constantinople and killed the Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI Palaiologos. With the death of Constantine XI, the Byzantine Empire came to an end, as did the older Roman Empire. The image is of Sultan Mehmed II by Gentile Bellini 1480, which is held at the National Gallery, London.

Byzantine Fashions 39 / Byzantine Fashions / Kids printables coloring pages

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Byzantine Fashions 39 / Byzantine Fashions / Kids printables coloring pages

The House with a Clock in its Walls

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Folk Artist Sue Corlett

Direct From Folk Artist Sue Corlett September 25th~ Sales start at 9 pm eastern time. Come see! FREE SHIPPING THIS WEEK! ****************************************** Please note..... Sales Start at 9 pm sharp. All requests to buy will be considered on a first come first served basis. I often get many requests that all read 9pm sharp... In that case the item goes to the first request (in order) as they arrive in my inbox. If you have a 2nd or even a third choice ( in case your first choice…

Not what we thought it was.

Not what we thought it was.

Not sure where the Old Spice Talc powder comes into the story, Lewis, but here you go....

Not sure where the Old Spice Talc powder comes into the story, Lewis, but here you go....

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Folk Artist Sue Corlett

Direct From Folk Artist Sue Corlett September 25th~ Sales start at 9 pm eastern time. Come see! FREE SHIPPING THIS WEEK! ****************************************** Please note..... Sales Start at 9 pm sharp. All requests to buy will be considered on a first come first served basis. I often get many requests that all read 9pm sharp... In that case the item goes to the first request (in order) as they arrive in my inbox. If you have a 2nd or even a third choice ( in case your first choice…

Not what we thought it was.

Not what we thought it was.

Not sure where the Old Spice Talc powder comes into the story, Lewis, but here you go....

Not sure where the Old Spice Talc powder comes into the story, Lewis, but here you go....

History of Colonics - Colon Hydrotherapy

History of Colonics - Colon Hydrotherapy

History of Colonics - Colon Hydrotherapy |

Staunton Harold windmill - or what remains of it. Built in 1798 by the first Lord Melbourne at a cost of £250.

Staunton Harold windmill - or what remains of it. Built in 1798 by the first Lord Melbourne at a cost of £250.

Tower windmill at Staunton Harold Reservoir, (1.5val)

Tower windmill at Staunton Harold... © Trevor Rickard cc-by-sa/2.0

On the small hill just above the visitor centre, this windmill tower at the top of the reservoir dates from 1798. It was built by the first Lord Melbourne at a cost of £250 and milled local grain. Developed in the 18th century,... more

Staunton Harold, Leicestershire

Find your district council | Leicestershire County Council

For information or advice on housing, council tax, bin collections, flooding or planning applications you will need to contact your district council.If you live in the City of Leicester, then your local council will be Leicester City CouncilList of district councilsIf you live in Leicestershire but outside of the city, then your local council will be one of the following:Blaby

The Flame Burns Blue for The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt (by anniepoon)

Not found.

The Flame Burns Blue for The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt (by anniepoon)

the mummy the will and the crypt - Google Search

the mummy the will and the crypt - Google Search

Gates at Staunton Harold.

Staunton Harold

Two different gates from Staunton Harold . You know you are going somewhere special when going through these. And two different faces...

Staunton Harold: Defying Cromwell with a Church.

Staunton Harold: Defying Cromwell with a Church

In 1653, most British churches were being smashed up by Roundheads. But in Leicestershire, one was being built.

Staunton Harold Hall is a large 18th century country house built by the Earls Ferrers, situated within the Staunton Harold Park in Leicestershire, which includes the 17th century Grade I listed Chapel of the Holy Trinity (Staunton Harold church). The Shirley family had lived in Staunton Harold for many generations. The present hall was originally a Jacobean building built for Robert Shirley, 1st Earl Ferrers as a family seat

Staunton Harold Hall is a large 18th century country house built by the Earls Ferrers, situated within the Staunton Harold Park in Leicestershire, which includes the 17th century Grade I listed Chapel of the Holy Trinity (Staunton Harold church). The Shirley family had lived in Staunton Harold for many generations. The present hall was originally a Jacobean building built for Robert Shirley, 1st Earl Ferrers as a family seat

Staunton Harold Church - Chapel of the Holy Trinity.

Staunton Harold Church

Chapel of the Holy Trinity.

Godfrey of Bouillon

Godfrey of Bouillon

Staunton Harold church and hall

Staunton Harold church and hall

Staunton Harold estate

Staunton Harold estate