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My History of Hasmonean Queens—A Queen Mother as a Two-Edged Sword

John Hyrcanus son of Simon the High Priest and Ruler of Judea and the unnamed daughter of the last Oniad High Priest, (my theory) ran into a bit of trouble because of his mother. 1,125 more words

Josephus

On the Edge of England; Meandering Rivers & Clifftop Walking - Day 1, Cuckmere Haven

The colours were vivid. Our surrounding views dominated by blue, green and white as we rolled up and down with the ebb of the grassy, coastal landscape. 1,048 more words

Hiking

Seven Christmassy Sisters

Sitting in Eastbourne’s Caffè Nero on Christmas Eve all rosy cheeked and wind-swept seemed like a perfect rounding off to our 2014 adventures.

Eastbourne High Street itself was looking about as un-festive as possible for 3pm on Christmas Eve: a few empty stalls suggested we had missed the tail end of the market, and tired traders sluggishly piled the last of their stock into the back of vans. 503 more words

Ones About Walking

Seven Sisters: Thinking outside the Brighton box

I’ve lived in Brighton just gone two years now, and have loved every minute of it.

I try to explore as much of the city as I can, when I can – finances allowing! 745 more words

Exploring Brighton

Nine Winter Walks For The Reluctant Rambler & Hardcore Hiker

Wrap up warm and walk off the Christmas excess with a New Year perambulation in The Beautiful South. Enjoy the seclusion of a countryside yomp and be rewarded with panoramic views and sensational wintry landscapes.  614 more words

An Interview With Seven Sisters

To start off a blog focusing on the unyielding might of heavy metal it seemed obvious to pick London Leatherboys Seven Sisters. Vocalist and guitarist Kyle McNeill put down his pint for a short time to reveal how one of England’s most promising new metal bands operate. 1,438 more words

Heavy Metal