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Link VELLEIUS PATERCULUS ON JULIUS CAESAR

This link takes you to a translation of Velleius Paterculus' narrative of Julius Caesar's career.

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Audio Verbum caro - Sheppard + PC on Bb - blank tenor.sib

The Sibelius file of the first part of John Sheppard's Verbum caro with missing tenor part. The plainchant for this text is given at the beginning of the file. The notes of the plainchant do not have note stems but they are all crotchets...

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Image collection Portrait of Vespasian, Museo Nazionale Romano: Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome., Portrait of Vespasian, Museo Nazionale Romano: Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome., Gold coin portrait of Vespasian, Museo Nazionale Romano: Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome.

Portraits of Vespasian, Museo Nazionale Romano: Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome.

A shrewd, plain-speaking man with a nice line in self-deprecating, down-to-earth humour, Vespasian had been born to parents of equestrian status at...

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Link Viaggiare in treno

A simple activity to practise inquiring about departure and arrival times, and making travel arrangements.

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Document Victoria and her Prime Ministers

Brief extracts from the Queen's diaries, commenting on her relationship with key Prime Ministers

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Document Victorian Appropriation of Medieval Eucharistic Symbolism: A comparative analysis of St. Giles Cathedral and Goblin Market by Katerina Kern

This article considers the manner in which ‘Goblin Market’ by Christina Rossetti and St. Giles Cathedral by Augustus Pugin appropriate Medieval Eucharistic symbolism. It first considers the Medieval elements within ‘Goblin Market...

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Document Victorian Football – ‘A gentleman's game played by gentlemen’: The Demise of the Gentleman Amateur and Rise of Professional Football, With an Exploration of the Links Between the ‘Little Tin Idol’, Reverend A.H. Johnson and the OUDCE, M Freeman

The ‘Little Tin Idol’ was the original Football Association Challenge trophy (FA Cup), given to the teams that won the competition from 1872 to 1896. The commonly held view is that football is ‘a gentleman's game played by ruffians’, a quote...

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Link Victorian Literature and Crime

PowerPoint slides and lecture notes on Victorian crime and literature.

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Link Victorian Network

Open-access peer-reviewed journal on Victorian studies.

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Link Victorian Sentimentality

From Birkbeck Arts Week 2012: talks on sentimentality in Victorian art.

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Link Victorian Women Writers Project

Digitised works of lesser known Victorian women writers.

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Link VICTORY STELE OF NARAM-SIN

This link takes you to more information about the victory stele of the Akkadian ruler Naram-Sin, now in the Louvre. It is one of the oldest known plundered artworks.

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Link VICTORY STELE OF NARAM-SIN

This link gives you more information about the victiory stele of Naram-Sin, now in the Louvre.

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Link Video - Meeting and describing someone

Video presenting two people talking about meeting and describing someone. Includes key vocabulary, transcript and a “true or false” comprehension activity.

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Link Vidéo – Les tâches ménagères

A game-based listening activity about household chores. It also provides spelling practice.

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Link Videos for New Practical Chinese Reader

This website provides videos for Chinese text books “New Practical Chinese Reader 1, 2, 3”. Note this may not work in all browsers.

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Document VIDES 2014 section 001

Cover page

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Document VIDES 2014 section 002

Contributors

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Document VIDES 2014 section 004 Introduction

Introduction

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Document VIDES 2014 section 005

Part 1: Britian in a Global Context

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