Legend says that Richard III murdered the two princes in the tower, but he wasn’t the only ambitious man with a motive.
Sweeping changes in China affected the development and spread of Traditional Chinese Medicine during the 20th century, resulting in worldwide acceptance.
Ming: 50 years that changed China explores the years 1400-1450, when power was centralised in Beijing, and Chinese goods and art spread across the globe.
Hildegard of Bingen – a visionary, writer, healer and composer – wrote about her life and visions, an unusual feat for a medieval woman.
What options did unmarried medieval women have? Some stayed at home or entered convents while others, like Christina of Markyate, became anchorites.