Henry I marries Matilda, the daughter of Malcolm III of Scotland; theirs was alm
Who was the first royal to marry at Westminster Abbey? Whose wedding do we have to thank for the white wedding dress? And who turned down a future king three times before agreeing to marry him?
  Today, the 18 May, is International Museum’s Day. A day dedicated to celebrating our world’s museums and to highlight the challenges they face. Museums across the globe will be holding events and this year’s theme is "Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new publics". 
June 2018
How Hitler rose to power, the secrets of Stonehenge, the women who were against the vote and so much more!
Henry VIII and his first wife Katherine of Aragon, painted c1520. The early year
Alison Weir looks back at the six weddings of Britiain's most-married monarch,  starting with his wedding to his late brother's widow
Tutankhamun ruled in the 18th Dynasty, from c1332-23 BC © Getty
Did the Boy Pharaoah hex the people who disturbed his eternal rest? Probably not, but it made for good gossip...
Oh I do like to be beside the sea side...
 Detail from Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (The Very Rich Hours of the Duke
Purple is traditionally thought of as the colour most associated with royalty and monarchy – so where does blue come into it?
The common conception is that the Victorians were simply stuffy and repressed, but there might have been a reason that they didn't want to flash their pearly whites at the camera
The story of Henry VIII's six weddings, the massacre at Wounded Knee, the top 10 female pharaohs and so much more!
Avebury Stone Circles © Getty
  To celebrate World Heritage Day, the History Revealed team have picked their favourite historical places across the UK to give you some inspiration for your next trip.
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