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The Edinburgh Seven: Changing the Way Stories Are Told - Melissa Highton at the Physiological Society - 13 October 2017

The Edinburgh Seven by Melissa Highton, University of Edinburgh, UK Video by Vince Lane. This talk was part of the 'Physiology on Wikipedia' event for Physiology Friday 2017. The…

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History, Medieval, Lecture 7

History, Medieval, Lecture 7

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History, Medieval, Lecture 6

History, Medieval, Lecture 6

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History, Medieval, Lecture 5

History, Medieval, Lecture 5

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History, Medieval, Lecture 4

History, Medieval, Lecture 4

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History, Medieval, Lecture 3

History, Medieval, Lecture 3

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History, Medieval, Lecture 2

History, Medieval, Lecture 2

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History, Medieval, Lecture 1

History, Medieval, Lecture 1

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History, Darwin

History, Darwin

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History, Newton

History, Newton

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History, Galileo

History, Galileo

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Bonnie Prince Charlie & the Jacobites - Gifts for a Prince

Gifts for a prince What are these objects? Two of the most highly prized objects from the collections of National Museums Scotland – a broadsword and targe (shield), gifted to Prince…

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Bonnie Prince Charlie & the Jacobites - The Heir & the Spare

The heir and the spare What is it? This is a medal dating from 1729 showing on one side, the bust of Prince Charles Edward Stuart and on the other his brother Prince Henry Benedict –…

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Bonnie Prince Charlie & the Jacobites - A Prince is Born

A Prince is born Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Sylvester Severino Maria Stuart was born on 31 December 1720. The newborn baby was described as “large and well-made” and his…

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Bonnie Prince Charlie & the Jacobites - Murchison Snuff Mull

Murchison snuff mull What is it? Our next object is a snuff mull – or snuff box – dated 1715 that was used to hold snuff, a powdered tobacco. Who owned it? Why is it…

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Bonnie Prince Charlie & the Jacobites - Hanoverian Powder Flask

Hanoverian powder flask What is it? This is an 18th century powder flask that would have contained gunpowder for ‘priming’ flintlock guns and pistols. Who owned it? We…

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