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Rob, a constant and true friend of the History of England Podcast, has offered the opportunity to win a prize - open to all the donators to the History of England in January and February.
The idea is that I will send Rob a list of names of donators, and Rob will randomly select one lucky winner from the list
You can see the photograph of the coin by following the link here to the Diocletion bronze coin.
How exciting is that? On a scale of one to ten?
Posted at 11:17 AM | Permalink
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Unquestionably an 11.
Matt Firth |
Monday, January 13, 2014 at 11:20 AM
Fantastic work. Loving it all.
New follower only on episode 30
Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 12:02 AM
Long time Listener,
2nd Time Commenter!
Great podcast and enjoy when the family gets involved... I know how hard it is to get my 16 year old to empty the bin let alone, read a quote on a Podcast!
You must use extensive Duress or a really great son.
Arthur Henrick |
Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 08:18 PM
I am new to your podcasts and am hooked.
I'm only up to Henry III and am racing to catch up. I really appreciate your time in putting this together.
I am also an avid Audible listener. What are your thoughts on historical fiction? There are some very good quality, historically accurate novels out there that bring history to life.
Thanks again, from the Great State of Texas.
Kathy Fiscus |
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 01:23 AM
Thanks all! Well, I'm pleased to announce that the answer is 'really great son'. But then I'm his father, so that may be biased...
Kathy, I think good, well researched historical fiction plays a role in history; novelists have more opportunity to speculate and fill in the gaps. I read an immoderate amount, sadly...
The History of England |
Sunday, March 09, 2014 at 05:38 AM
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