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English Historical Fiction Authors · 19h ago

The Poster Boys of 17th Century England

by Anna BelfrageWhenever people talk about those handsome Stuarts, chances are they’ll come dragging with Prince Rupert, nephew to king Charles I, valiant royalist commander, owner of a famo...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 2d ago

Law & Order - Duties of the Constable in 17th Century England

by Deborah SwiftA Conventicle preacher brought before the JusticesThe Role of the Constabl...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 4d ago

The Nightingale in English Literature and Tradition

by Mark PattonThe nightingale is a bird rarely seen in Britain, and, increasingly, a bird that is also rarely heard. Birdsong in general was far more ubiquitous on these islands before the b...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 5d ago

Editors Weekly Round-up, May 21, 2017

by the EHFA EditorsEvery week, our authors contribute wonderful and informative posts on British history. Check out this week's articles.Lordship in the Tenth-Century – What was its Political and Social Function?by Annie WhiteheadFoods the Romans Bro...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1W ago

Digging Up Folklore

by Mary Anne YardeIn 1846 William John Thoms, a British writer, penned a letter to The Athenaeum, a British Magazine. In this letter, he talked about “popular antiquities.” But instead of ca...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1W ago

Foods the Romans brought to Britain

by Cindy TomamichelThe Roman Empire spanned a great deal of the known world in ancient times, acting as a conduit for the spread of Roman culture. After the invasion and occupation of AD 43-...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1W ago

Lordship in the Tenth-century – What was its Political and Social Function?

by Annie Whitehead“No man can make himself king, but the people have the choice to select as king whom they please, but after he is consecrated as king, he then has dominion over the people and they cannot shake his yoke from their neck.”So said Aelf...
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Editors Weekly Round-Up, May 14, 2017

by the EHFA EditorsEnjoy these articles from the blog this week.The Golden Age of the Cana...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 2W ago

What makes a Gentleman?

by Maria GraceThe nuances of social class and what made a gentleman a gentleman remains a perennial source of confusion for Regency readers. The pages of Georgian and Regency era fiction are littered with gentlemen, but offer absolutely no explanati...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 2W ago

The Golden Age of the Canal in England and Northern Wales

By Jude KnightIf a breakthrough technology is one that offers a solution to a complicated ...