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    Authors: 
    Anna Whitelock; Diarmaid MacCulloch;
    Country: United Kingdom

    This article reconsiders Mary Tudor's victory in the succession crisis of July 1553. It challenges the traditional interpretation which accounts for Mary's unexpected triumph as the result of a 'spontaneous' rising of the East Anglian gentry. Instead it reclaims a centr...

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    John Paull;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner spent a fortnight in Oxford in the summer of 1922. Of his five visits to Britain in the years from 1922 to 1924, it was the Oxford Conference, ‘Spiritual Values in Education & Social Life’ (15-29 August), that is arguably the most...

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    Authors: 
    Ruth Harris;
    Country: United Kingdom

    In nineteenth-century France, science and religion have often been portrayed as irredeemably opposed to one another. This article seeks to revise this interpretation by showing how these apparently dissonant views intermingled in the study of hysteria. Through a survey ...

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    Authors: 
    Jon Parkin;
    Country: United Kingdom
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    Ian Forrest;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The early Wycliffite William Swinderby expressed some strong criticisms of excommunication. He was alarmed that churchman thought that it was their power, rather than God's power, that consigned a soul to hell. The rhetoric of sentences of excommunication in this period...

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    Authors: 
    Justin Reay;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Five months before the battle of Aix Roads (April 1809), his successful but frustrated attack on the French Brest fleet and his last action as a Royal Navy frigate commander, Captain Thomas, Lord Cochrane was engaged in an important operation at Roses on the coast of Ca...

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    Authors: 
    Jun Seong Ho; James B. Lewis; Kang Han-Rog;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The first price runs for Korean rice help us develop a Smithian physiocratic model to explain the low, stable prices of the eighteenth century and the rising, volatile prices of the nineteenth. Ownership rights provided incentives, and productivity after 1600 exceeded s...

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    Authors: 
    Felicity Heal;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Translating the Scriptures into the vernacular was a primary concern of Protestant reformers. This led to worries about the precise language-form in which they should be made accessibly to lay folk. This article situates such evangelical debates within contemporary unde...

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    Authors: 
    James E. Patrick;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Reflecting the ambiguity of the title, this paper focuses first on some contemporary views about the existence of history writing in ancient Israel, and then on how ancient Israelite use of the concept of the 'present' may actually shed light on what they thought about ...

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    Authors: 
    Nicholas Barton; John Hunter; Ian Ralston;
    Country: United Kingdom