Famous Ancient Women

By Tim Lambert KUBABA Kubaba is the first recorded female ruler in history. She was queen of Sumer, in what is now Iraq about 2,400 BC. ENHEDUANNA Enheduanna lived from 2285 to 2250 BC in what is now Iraq. She was a priestess and writer. SOBEKNEFERU Sobekneferu was ruler of Egypt around 1800 BC HATSHEPSUT… Continue reading Famous Ancient Women

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By Tim Lambert Until the year 1752, in England New Years Day was, legally on 25 March, which was the Feast of the Annunciation when an angel told Mary the mother of Jesus that she was pregnant and would have a son. (It was also called Lady Day). However long before the legal change, most… Continue reading A HISTORY OF NEW YEAR


By Tim Lambert EARLY NARBOROUGH Narborough is a village in Leicestershire located 6 miles Southwest of Leicester. Narborough was founded by the Saxons. Its name was originally nor burh, which means north fort or fortified house. In the 7th century, the Saxons advanced across Leicestershire and Narborough must have once been an outpost of their… Continue reading A HISTORY OF NARBOROUGH


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