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Late 12th century or early 13th century wall paintings. Church of All Saints, Claverley, Shropshire, England

Late century or early century wall paintings. Church of All Saints, Claverley, Shropshire, England

Late 12th century or early 13th century wall paintings. Church of All Saints, Claverley, Shropshire, England

Late century or early century wall paintings. Church of All Saints, Claverley, Shropshire, England

Hadrian's Wall, England...constructed in 122 AD to mark the northern border of the Roman Empire in Britain, the wall stretched across the width of Great Britain just south of the present day border with Scotland.

Hadrian's Wall, England...constructed in 122 AD to mark the northern border of the Roman Empire in Britain, the wall stretched across the width of Great Britain just south of the present day border with Scotland.

The Wall Paintings of Longthorpe Tower, Peterborough

What to See at Longthorpe Tower - Vivacity Peterborough

Hauberk with integral mittens and coif being removed, from the 13th century French language manuscript "Romance Of Alexander",  Cambridge University Library.

Hauberk with integral mittens and coif being removed, from the century French language manuscript "Romance Of Alexander", Cambridge University Library.

Tower entrance

She's Got A Date At Midnight, With Nosferatu : Photo

Castle Rising, Norfolk, England. Queen Isabella, known as the 'She-wolf of France' was sent there by her son Edward III, after it is alleged she arranged the murder of her husband Edward II with her lover Roger Mortimer. It is said she went mad, and her crazed laughter is heard echoing around the gaunt and impressive walls.

Castle Rising, Norfolk, where Queen Isabella, the She Wolf of France, was sent by her son Edward III for allegedly murdering his father.

Longthorpe Tower ►► http://www.castlesworldwide.net/castles-of-england/cambridgeshire/longthorpe-tower.html?i=p

Longthorpe Tower - A fourteenth century, three-storey tower, originally part of a fortified manor house. Situated in the village of Longthorpe, now a residential area of Peterborough.

"Adeliza of Louvain. Lady of The English. The Forgotten Queen": http://livingthehistoryelizabethchadwick.blogspot.com/2010/01/adeliza-of-louvain-lady-of-english.html IMAGE: A view of Castle Rising in Norfolk, England

Adeliza of Louvain. The Forgotten Queen.

View of the house and tower from the north-west by Peter Tillemans, dated 10 August 1719

A history of Longthorpe Tower, which was built in the late century, and its spectacular early wall-paintings, rediscovered in

Ludlow castle, Henry VII sent his son, Arthur Prince of Wales there to prepare for the monarchy... but Arthur was not to live to ascend the throne. He died in 1502 (Age 15) with bride Catherine of Aragon at his side and his younger brother Henry waiting in the wings...

Ludlow castle, Henry VII sent his son, Arthur Prince of Wales there to prepare for the monarchy, but Arthur did not live to ascend the throne. He died in 1502 (age w/bride Catherine of Aragon at his side & his younger brother Henry waiting in the wings

Ancient Land Art - One of the oldest chalk carvings in the UK is the bronze-age Uffington White Horse. Dating back some 3,000 years it's still very visible on the slopes of White Horse Hill, Uffington. One of England's most famous prehistoric monuments.

Uffington White Horse: Mysterious Places in Britain

Ancient Land Art - One of the oldest chalk carvings in the UK is the bronze-age Uffington White Horse. Dating back some years it's still very visible on the slopes of White Horse Hill, Uffington. One of England's most famous prehistoric monuments.

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