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Preview Magic, Witches and Devils in the Early Modern World: New exhibition shows diabolical encounters and ghosts from centuries agoA new exhibition at Manchester's John Rylands Library looks at how the supernatural affected everyone from kings and queens to clergymen and maidservants.28 January 2016
News Medieval skeletons found in York could have been executed criminals or Lancastrian soldiersA dozen bodies have been found on Tadcaster Road in York, where convicted criminals were executed until the early 19th century.27 February 2015
Review Sammy Ofer Wing opens at The National Maritime Museum LondonThe new £36.5 million wing at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich is testimony to the power of digital archiving and a new focal point for the museum.14 July 2011
News Shipwrecks and stolen cloth: Scots could have treated pirates of medieval Europe lenientlyA set of court papers from as far back as the 14th century portrays Aberdeen as an important trade centre in medieval Europe whose leaders may have taken a lenient view of pirates.16 December 2015