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Has anyone tried to map the Tribal Hidage

Has anyone tried to map the Tribal Hidage

The Tribal Hidage set out the number of households living in different kingdoms and sub-kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England. Has any work been done to map this data, in particular comparing it to the

USS Wickes (DD-75) moored

USS Wickes (DD-75) moored

U.S. Destroyers: An Illustrated Design History, Norman Friedmann .The standard history of the development of American destroyers, from the earliest torpedo boat destroyers to the post-war fleet, and covering the massive classes of destroyers built for both World Wars. Gives the reader a good understanding of the debates that surrounded each class of destroyer and led to their individual features.

Who was responsible for the correct production of a Mesopotamian 'cubit rod' and whose fingers where used as the standard?

Who was responsible for the correct production of a Mesopotamian 'cubit rod' and whose fingers where used as the standard?

Who was responsible for the correct production of a Mesopotamian 'cubit rod' and whose fingers where used as the standard? Wikipedia notes that the standards changed but gives no source of these cl…

Representations of Louis XIV in the 19th century<sup>e</sup> century

Representations of Louis XIV in the 19th centurye century

Close Title: Boileau reading his poem from the Lutrin in front of Louis XIV, in the presence of Madame de Montespan and various figures of the Court Author: LEVACHEZ Charles-François-Gabriel (- 1841) Creation date: 1820 Date represented: Technique and other indications: water- forte, produced by Charles-François-Gabriel Levachez and Nicolas Édouard Lerouge, after Jules Boilly (1796-1874) Place of Conservation: National Museum of Port-Royal-des-Champs (Magny-les-Hameaux) website Contact copyright: © RMN - Grand Palais (Musée de Port-Royal-des-Champs) / Gérard Blot Image reference: 08-521824 / PRG 437 Boileau reading in front of Louis XIV his poem from the Lectern, in the presence of Madame de Montespan and various characters de la Cour © RMN - Grand Palais (Musée de Port-Royal-des-Champs) / Gérard Blot Date of publication: June 2015 Historical context This print, sold at Noël, Bance Aîné, C.

Gliders flying over the D-Day Fleet

Gliders flying over the D-Day Fleet

Gliders flying over the D-Day Fleet Here we see a force of gliders heading towards Normandy, flying over part of the British fleet. In the foreground is a modern destroyer (J class or later judging by the single funnel).

A Brief History of a Dutch Island - Manhattan

A Brief History of a Dutch Island - Manhattan

Today, Manhattan is one of the iconic locations of the United States of America. It is also the place where New York was born. However, the origins of Manhattan are often forgotten these days.