Medieval Life--Halcyon

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The people, places, and objects one might see in the British Isles during roughly the 10th and 11th centuries. Based on my fantasy novel Halcyon, out now on amazon.com in paperback and for Kindle and devices with the Kindle app.

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Royal entry - Wikipedia

Royal entry

Royal entry - Wikipedia

A Very Modern Map of Britain's Ancient Roman Roads - Atlas Obscura

A Very Modern Map of Britain's Ancient Roman Roads

Let's take the VII from Londinium to Letocetum.

Termini Imerese aquaduct - List of aqueducts in the Roman Empire - Wikipedia

List of aqueducts in the Roman Empire

Termini Imerese aquaduct - List of aqueducts in the Roman Empire - Wikipedia

Book II of the Harbingers fantasy series
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Halcyon

Book II of the Harbingers fantasy series

Roman aqueduct – Mannaismaya Adventure's Blog

Roman aqueduct

Post 2.486 Roman aqueduct From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedian and others. Aqueduct of Segovia The Romans constructed numerous aqueducts to serve any large city in their empire, as well as many s…

medieval herd dogs - Google Search

medieval herd dogs - Google Search

BC Museum: Into to Herding Dogs UK

Into to Herding Dogs UK

Viking sea battle - Google Search

Viking sea battle - Google Search

medieval children playing - Google Search

medieval children playing - Google Search

medieval children playing - Google Search

medieval children playing - Google Search

old moon in the new moon's arms - Google Search

old moon in the new moon's arms - Google Search

anglo saxon school - Google Search
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anglo saxon school - Google Search

Opera Antiqua: C. IVLI CAESARIS COMMENTARII DE BELLO GALLICO LIBER PRIMVS - Caesar's Commentaries On The Gallic War Book I

C. IVLI CAESARIS COMMENTARII DE BELLO GALLICO LIBER PRIMVS - Caesar's Commentaries On The Gallic War Book I

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [I.1] Gallia as a whole is divided into three parts, of which the first the Belgae inhabit, another the Aquitani, the third, who in their own language are called Celtae, in ours are called Galli. All these in respect to language, customs, and laws differ from each other. The Garumna River separates the Galli from the Aquitani, and the Matrona and Sequana separate the Galli from the Belgae. Of all of these the strongest are the Belgae, especially because they are the…

Archaeologists Find Evidence Romans Used Lincoln Aqueduct | Culture24
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Archaeologists Find Evidence Romans Used Lincoln Aqueduct

Archaeologists have found the first evidence that Lincoln's Roman aqueduct did in fact carry water into the city, shedding new light on the history of the Nettleham Road area.