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|Agricultural revolution week 1 slides||
|Agricultural history, agricultural revolution, 17th century, 18th century, 19th century||view|
|Clergy of the Church of England, 1540-1835||
Makes available and searchable the principal records of clerical careers from over 50 archives in England and Wales with the aim of providing...
|Genealogy, Ecclesiastical History, Church history, 19th century, 18th century, 17th century, 16th century, Early modern, History||view|
|Disorder and Resolution: William Blake’s ‘London’ and William Wordsworth’s ‘London 1802’ by Alex Deamer||
In this essay I examine the differing attitudes towards disorder and resolution in William Blake’s ‘London’ and William Wordsworth’s ‘London 1802...
|William Blake, William Wordsworth, 17th century, romanticism||view|
The print shown here, The World Turned Upside Down, comes from the English Civil War period and is a good early example of political comment in...
|English Civil War, 17th century, Cromwell, prints||view|
|Examining the Language of Science in the Prose of William Harvey and the Poetry of Margaret Cavendish, Mintra Tantikijrungruang||
This interdisciplinary paper crosses a study of science with a study of literature. It will examine the language of science in a work of...
|17th century, History of science, Literature||view|
|Improving Vision: The Moral Focus of the Sense of Sight in Seventeenth-Century Text and Textile, Jean Lambert||
In early modern culture, the eye was widely deemed to be the pre-eminent organ of the sensorium on account of its contribution to the intellectual...
|17th century, eye, Morality, embroidery||view|
|John Selden, Table Talk,||
Quotations from John Selden's Table Talk (1689)
|John Selden, Quotations, Lawyers, English Civil War, 17th century||view|
|Some 17th century clerical jokes from Nicholas Le Strange's Jest Book||
Some 17th century clerical jokes from Nicholas Le Strange's Jest Book, published as Nicholas Le Strange, Lippincott, Merry Jeasts, 1974...
|Religious history, Humour, The Church of Enga, Clergy, 17th century||view|
|Symbols of Behaviour in mid-17th Century English Coffee Houses, Scott Shriner||
Coffee drinking became popularized in England during the dawning of the Commonwealth period and into mid-18th century. The interest in this...
|coffee house, 17th century, Social history||view|
|The Down Survey of Ireland (William Petty)||
Trinity College Dublin project to create a consolidated digital atlas of the 1650s ‘Down Survey of Ireland’ surveyed by William Petty.
|Down Survey, 17th century, Surveying, Historical Maps, William Petty||view|