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Curator's Choice A 19th century pub argument, late-night drinking and a shooting: The tale of one of the last duels in BritainIn a tale of intoxicated accusations of debt and manslaughter, Hannah Griffiths reflects on the foliage-covered Isle of Wight gravestone of a man shot in a 19th century duel.19 January 2016
Preview Beasts, a salient pig, Wilfred Owen's poetry and Magna Carta: 12 of the Bodleian Library's bestFrom a suffrage march more than a century ago to 18th century poppy illustrations, see a dozen of the most magnificent items at Oxford's Bodleian Library.07 April 2016
Object of the Week Object of the Week: The death warrant of King Charles IKing Charles II was bent on revenge on the 29 signees of the death warrant which led to his father's execution in 1649.13 July 2016
C24 Feature The Astronomer and the Witch: Paranoia, fear, imprisonment and a 17th century European witch trialOne of the greatest scientists in history, Johannes Kepler, saved his mother from being burned as a witch more than 400 years ago. Leading author Ulinka Rublack tells the tale.25 January 2016