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Attractions associated with 'Athelstan'


Name Town County Attraction Type Heritage Rating
Abingdon-on-Thames Abingdon-on-Thames Oxfordshire Town 4 Heritage Rating
Adderbury, St Mary Adderbury Oxfordshire Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Malmesbury Malmesbury Wiltshire Town 4 Heritage Rating
Milton Abbey Milton Abbas Dorset Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Patrington, St Patrick's Church Patrington Yorkshire Historic Church 5 Heritage Rating
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This writer, politician, and philosopher is best known for 'Novum Organum', and his 'Essays', published in 1597 and 1625



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This Day in British History

30 September, 1399

Henry IV declares himself king of England

Henry takes the throne after deposing Richard II. The actual coronation takes place on 13 October, and Richard is killed, probably by Henry's order, the next year.

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This monarch's sons were called 'The Devil's Brood'



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Featured Historic House:

Shaw House
Shaw House - Newbury , Berkshire , England
A lovely Grade-I listed Elizabethan mansion built in 1581 by a wealthy clothing merchant from Newbury named Thomas Dolman. The house was passed down through six generations of Dolmans between 1554 and 1728. during this time visitors to Shaw included several kings and queens on their royal progress around the country as well as courtiers travelling from London to Bath. It was later owned by the high-flying Duke of Chandos and the Andrews and Farquhar … ... more

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