Posted on April 25, 2015 by Tony McMahon
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How a Roman soldier who was martyred by the emperor Diocletian came to be the patron saint of England is a long story. And I’ve touched on it in other blog posts. Today, our local community here in south London…
Category: Templar News
Tags: Day, england, England in the Middle Ages, Midlands of England, Richard I of England, Saint George, St George
Posted on February 10, 2012 by Tony McMahon
How children died in medieval England
Category: Templar History
Tags: 14th century, buried, children, Coroner, dead, death, drown, drowning, england, England in the Middle Ages, evil, fatal, History Channel, horror, Knightfall, London Bridge, medieval, middle ages, Newgate
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