HOUSE of PLANTAGENET – WikiVidi Documentary
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HOUSE of PLANTAGENET – WikiVidi Documentary

WikiVidi.com House of Plantagenet The House of Plantagenet was a royal house which originated from the lands of Anjou in France. The name Plantagenet is used by modern historians to identify four distinct royal houses – the Angevins who were also Counts of Anjou, the main body of the Plantagenets following the loss of Anjou, […]

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The Role of Law in Governing Medieval England

So, this is a project about the use of manuscripts in England and France from 700 onwards and what I’m going to look at now are manuscripts that deal with that period after the Norman Conquest of 1066 when as a result of that great English defeat at Hastings, England and France were brought into […]

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Language Rights Support Program (LRSP)
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Language Rights Support Program (LRSP)

Language Rights Support Program PADL-LRSP Welcome to the Language Rights Support Program, the LRSP. As Canadians, you have constitutional language rights relative to both official languages which are English and French. We’re here to give you information and promote these rights. To access these rights, you must first know what they are. Constitutional language rights […]

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French Revolution Documentary
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French Revolution Documentary

France is a wealthy and flourishing country in Europe. One of the most known places which people talk about France is Paris and specifically the Eiffel Tower here. France has been occupied by people since the Neolithic times. France has a rich cultural heritage and many historical palaces and buildings which present the grandeur of […]

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Headless Monarchy: The French Revolution, Part II
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Headless Monarchy: The French Revolution, Part II

Good Morning, Hank. It’s Wednesday. We now return to the French Revolution. Where, at the end of 1789, King Louis XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette, find themselves under house arrest in Paris while the French National Assembly is trying to write a constitution. We shall skip the year 1790 entirely, except to note that: […]

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010 LUMP – Rob Bell – NOOMA
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010 LUMP – Rob Bell – NOOMA

On my kitchen table, we have this metal tin bowl receptacle thing where we keep all those things that don’t seem to go anywhere else. Do you have one of these places in your house? It’s maybe a shelf or a drawer. It’s that place where you put all those possessions that have no home. […]

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