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Rooftop Bookclub comes to H for History

Posted on: 06/10/2016 with tags: alison weir, Anthony Riches, event, james henage, katherine clements, lindsay davis, robyn young, Rooftop Bookclub, s d sykes, simon scarrow, Medieval, Roman, Tudor

Join the H for History team on Thursday 10th November on the fabulous rooftop of Hachette HQ! Overlooking the Thames and the stunning London skyline, there will be two fascinating panel discussions. Tickets include two drinks to enjoy during the event, delicious nibbles, a book signing and packed goodie bag containing exclusive early proofs of three forthcoming historical treats. All this for just £10 per ticket! Click here to buy. Arrive for a prompt 6.30pm start. The event will run until 9.00p…

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Women in Ancient Rome

Posted on: 21/10/2015 with tags: deadly election, flavia alba, lindsay davis, Rome, Roman

Deadly Election author Lindsey Davis has written this fantastic article for us about her research on women in ancient Rome. Enjoy! Happy Family Businesses I’ve been researching the Romans for almost thirty years now. I’ve become used to standard descriptions that say women had no legal identity, with the follow-up devised by elite Roman writers and crusty Victorian professors, all men, that Roman women were supposedly kept out of sight with no social role. In fact this is not true. When I starte…

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