"Uk" Blogs & Blog Posts

PhotogMusicPhotogMusic

This is a blog where I take photos of the shows that happened in Ottawa. T...

 
Mark McNulty PhotographyMark McNulty Photography

The blog of a Liverpool photographer working in the worlds of music, fashio...

 
Separated by a Common LanguageSeparated by a Common Language

Observations on British and American English by an American linguist living...

 
A blog from my dogA blog from my dog

Follow the adventures of Buster and Charlie as they look at the world from ...

 
Pink Flamingo Swizzle StickPink Flamingo Swizzle Stick

The blog for Pink Flamingo Swizzle Stick - some crafty stuff, a bit of gard...

 
Janey Godley’s BlogJaney Godley’s Blog

Award-winning Blog, since 2004, which provides an astoundingly honest, cand...

 
SugarBlossom WeddingsSugarBlossom Weddings

Wedding planning and co-ordination for the modern couple in the UK.

 


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In 2017, Banksy painted a giant mural on a wall in Dover, England depicting a worker chiseling a star off the EU flag, by way of a comment on the Brexit vote; now, parties unknown have painted over that mural, whitewashing it. Banksy is philosophical...

The “incredibly rare” discovery of Roman cattle bones by archaeologists has shed new light on how ancient farmers butchered and sold meat. A cow skull found during the excavation [Credit: University of Exeter]The bones were found by experts and...

Tough words by the Greek President, Prokopis Pavlopoulos, towards the British Museum on the thorny issue of the Parthenon sculptures. Some of the Parthenon sculptures in the British Museum [Credit: Steven Zucker/Flickr]“The British Museum’s obs...

A grave in the Highlands could hold the victims of a violent clan feud, archaeologists have said. The male two skeletons surrounded by four skulls found at St Colman's Church in Portmahomack are believed to date from the 15th Century. Archaeologists...

Researchers at the University of Bradford have shown a link between the diet of Roman Britons and their mortality rates for the first time, overturning a previously-held belief about the quality of the Roman diet. A soldier's tombstone from Roman-er...

Scientific analysis of dental calculus - plaque build-up - of the Famine's victims found evidence of corn (maize), oats, potato, wheat and milk foodstuffs. Researchers analysed calculus on teeth from the human remains of 42 people, aged approximatel...

Researchers have found the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption anywhere in the world in the teeth of prehistoric British farmers. A jaw bone used in the study - from the collections of the Dorset County Museum [Credit: Dr Sophy Charlton, U...