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Ṽīḗẇīƞɠ ƥǿşŧş ƀẏ Catherine Clarke

January project meeting

Ƥǿşŧḗḓ ƀẏ: Catherine Clarke 3 years, 10 months ȧɠǿ

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Telling the story: Swansea Museum

Ƥǿşŧḗḓ ƀẏ: Catherine Clarke 4 years ȧɠǿ

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Thomas de Cantilupe on BBC Radio Four...

Ƥǿşŧḗḓ ƀẏ: Catherine Clarke 4 years, 1 month ȧɠǿ

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A 'botched hanging' and some cultural responses

Ƥǿşŧḗḓ ƀẏ: Catherine Clarke 4 years, 1 month ȧɠǿ

Professor Daniel Power, of Swansea University (and one of our project Advisors) just drew my attention to a story in the news about a hanging in Iran, astonishingly survived by the condemned man, who is now due to be hanged again. It reminds us, of course, that execution by hanging is still a reality in the world today – in fact, many of the themes of our ‘William Cragh’ story, whilst set hundreds of years ago, still have resonance in the modern world.

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Medieval Faces

Ƥǿşŧḗḓ ƀẏ: Catherine Clarke 4 years, 2 months ȧɠǿ

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