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  • The Portrayal Of Roman Britain In The Film King Arthur

    a movie filmed in 2004, portrayed Roman Britain in the winter of 467 A.D. Artorius Castus, also known as Arthur, was a Roman officer who commanded a unit of Sarmatian auxiliary cavalry in Britain. These Sarmatian knights include Lancelot, Bors, Gawain, Galahad, Dagonet and Tristan. When the knights completed their years of service in the army, Bishop Germanus asked them to complete one more mission for the Romans in order to gain their freedom. During their task, Arthur and the Sarmatians became close friends with a Woad, or Pict, named Guinevere. The Woads were tribespeople from Northern Britain who were one of Rome’s greatest enemies. Artorius formed an alliance with Merlin, the leader of the Picts. Once Artorius and…

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  • Geoffrey Of Monmouth: The Legend Of King Arthur

    Geoffrey of Monmouth was a English Bishop and author that wrote the Historia regum Britanniæ (History of the Kings of Britain). His works combine the earlier single tales into one grandiose one. Although all the key features of earlier stories are there, the components are sometimes not the same. For instance, Geoffrey states around book VIII chapter one “To your own ruin did you prove a traitor to their father, and invite the Saxons into the island. You invited them for your safeguard; but they…

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  • Values In The Sword Of The Rightful King

    Arthur tries to be as honest as possible but, as a politician or king that is not always the case. That being said, Arthur is not honest to the people of Cadbury when he holds the sword pulling contest just so that he can pull it out of the rock because of Merlinnus’s spell on the sword. This is an example of lying because Arthur and Merlinnus are the only ones who know that the sword had magical abilities. Arthur also displays an act of honesty by marrying Gwen because he said on,“ Tell me who…

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  • Stratum 600

    Its start date comes from a coin of Claudius. Claudius ruled Rome as emperor from 41-54 CE, so an estimated date of the making of the coin is 43 CE, the start date of Stratum 600. Southern Gaulish terra sigillata was found in this Stratum, and it solidifies the fact that the civilization that used to be in this layer was Roman. Boudica’s Rebellion took place in this stratum. The ash that made up this layer points to this, as well as the lack of precious items found in this layer. That means this…

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  • Write An Essay On Boudicca's

    In Londinium, Boudicca battled, killing everyone that was around her. All the torches the Iceni held were flaming red, orange, and yellow. Her red hair was whipping in the wind as she fought to make things right for her people. She faced a certain harsh death, but her spirit of courage still lives on with us today. Boudicca was born around 25 A.D. in Celtic, Britain. Her mother and father are unknown, but she did have a brother named Ban. Her education is unknown to us today. She did not have…

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  • Topiary Gardens

    Hopley’s article centered on the art of topiary through history, which interested me as a plant-enthusiast and hopeful botanist. I also wondered why people decided that geometrically shaped plants had artistic appeal. Through this article Hopley intended to explain the history while proving the purpose and value of topiary gardens in Great Britain. This review will summarize and critique Hopley’s argument that topiary gardens have great value and will never die off as an art form. This…

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  • John Milton Identity

    the connections between Milton’s fame in Europe and visits from scholarly foreigners Brown concentrates on visitations in Milton’s later works. Hugh Jenkins in “Shrugging off the Norman Yoke: Milton’s History of Britain and the Levellers” does a similar thing to Brown by delving into one of the multiple facets of the question of Milton’s English identity. Jenkins admits to his readers that his essay will explain the following: “Yet by placing particular emphasis on the making of the English…

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  • Trinovantes Economic Structure

    further to the east by the Thames estuary are the Trinovantes in whose territory is the town of Camulodunum’, which shows that in Roman times the land inhabited by the Trinovantes stretched from their capitol, Camulodunum, to the mouth of the Thames. The bordering…

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  • Analysis Of Shall Earth No More Inspire Thee By Emily Bronte

    Insert Creative Title Here Nature has long outlasted humanity; however, humanity holds the upper hand of power over the natural order. Emily Brontë’s native country of Great Britain, was nearing the end of its industrial reformation period in the year of 1846, the era saw many improvements such as urbanization and new technological developments as weaponry and productivity increased. Agriculture-for the first time in history-saw a decrease in its previous expansion as society began to rely…

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  • The Theme Of Tragic Love In The Canterbury Tales By Geoffrey Chaucer

    Tragic love stories have fascinated humans since ancient times. They conquered the hearts of many and opened the ways for more love stories. Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1343 – to October 1400) is one of the most famous English authors of the middle ages. Chaucer is considered the father of English literature and thrilled the mass with his literary works. His most famous works include the Canterbury Tales and Troilus and Criseyde. Yet, again a tragic love story that is still widely popular in the 21st…

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