Another adventure just out of the doorstep.
On the 8th of March I went with couple of friends to the excursion organized by T.A.M. (Tutela Ambiente Montano) of the Group Alpina delle Giulie of Trieste in the Carnia region. 332 more words
Manchester Museum has recently participated in a project to recreate ancient objects for children’s television. The TV series Teacup Travels tells a series of adventure stories, which aim at opening the door to ancient worlds and civilisations to young viewers. 304 more words
I was reading a review of a book “The Age of the Vikings” by Anders Winroth, published by Princeton University Press, in which the reviewer noted that any historical accounts of the middle ages to the Renaissance were documented by people who could write; obviously but who could write during those times? 225 more words
Lower Thames Street isn’t exactly a promising-looking place when it comes to searching for relics of Roman-era London. The wide, busy road cuts through the City, and the buildings that line it are mostly modern, concrete and uninspiring. 1,313 more words