Monthly Archives: January 2022

HISTORY SHARE: MEDIEVAL FEUDAL SYSTEM

https://www.ancient-origins.net/history-ancient-traditions/medieval-village-hierarchy-0013560

HISTORY SHARE: PREHISTORIC CAVE PAINTINGS

https://tinyurl.com/9nmja986

TRIVIA TRAIL: LEWIS CARROLL

Question: What was the real name of Lewis Carroll, author of the children’s classics, Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass? Answer: Charles Lutwidge Dodgson born January 27th, 1832. https://publicdomainreview.org/essay/the-mystery-of-lewis-carroll?fbclid=IwAR3nOggG0ANDCQ3JqHZjXQr2huyIeW0-mehger4twR2gh4kUb8NgAxJXwPk

HISTORIC FASHION SHARE: KILTS

Happy Robbie Burns Day. The above picture, taken in the 1990s, is of some of the Dukes in their Stewart kilts, one of the clans from whom we descend. Others being: Clans Adam (sept of Gordon), Forbes, Kinnear, and Reid (sept of Robertson). Oor laddies were not entirely tartan co-ordinated, however, because, except for my […]

HISTORY LURE: WOMEN WARRIORS

Got a kid who’s into gaming, but not history? Or is also into history, but doubts the authenticity of thinks women warriors? Think again. https://www.ancient-origins.net/history-ancient-traditions/women-warriors-0010795?fbclid=IwAR3nAAErINKbkmctM1zWhDhP_efQnJZaL5IDSTcp2GeKQknAAK2iT2RfBTE

HISTORY SHARE: WEIRD NAME PRONUNCIATIONS

https://www.connectsavannah.com/savannah/why-are-some-english-names-pronounced-so-differently-than-theyre-spelled/Content?oid=6118142 35 City Names Around the World You’re Mispronouncing

HISTORIC BUILDING SHARE: HALLGRÍMSKIRKJA

https://allthatsinteresting.com/hallgrimskirkja-iceland-church?fbclid=IwAR2JTEsjF9D2_40hHMUIsYV1zdIcSJMPBF8WdpqkpqPl3zJLJMX7gl9jv50

HISTORY SHARE: MULTI-USE INVENTIONS

https://tinyurl.com/yconj9uv

HISTORIC BIRTH SHARE: ALBERT SCHWEITZER

Ludwig Philipp Albert Schweitzer Born: January 14th, 1875 in Kayserberg, Alsace, Germany. https://kids.kiddle.co/Albert_Schweitzer https://academickids.com/encyclopedia/index.php/Albert_Schweitzer

TRIVIA TRAIL: POP(ULATION) QUIZ

Question: Which of the world’s cities was the first to have a population of one million? Answer. Rome, which achieved this distinction in 55 B.C. Next to do so was London – but not until 1800 A.D. Today Rome has over four million and London over nine million. https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/census/390664

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