Madame Bevan – The Woman Who Helped Wales Read (Guest post by Claire from the Hisdoryan)

Today on Some Sources Say we have a brilliant guest post by Claire from the Hisdoryan (which is one of my favourite history blogs!) Keep up to date on her latest blog posts by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter. Without any further ado, read below to find out more about Madame Bevan, … Continue reading Madame Bevan – The Woman Who Helped Wales Read (Guest post by Claire from the Hisdoryan)

Lessons for my Daughter: Anne of France & Suzanne of Bourbon

“My daughter, the perfect natural love that I have for you…gives me the desire and the determination to prepare a few little lessons for you while I am still with you, knowing well your inexperience and extreme youth and hoping that in time you will recall these lessons and that they will help you a … Continue reading Lessons for my Daughter: Anne of France & Suzanne of Bourbon

Snapshot of History: Michelangelo & the Sistine Chapel

In my latest Snapshot of History video we'll be exploring Michelangelo & the Sistine Chapel! Check it out now below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0afGukEbbio If videos aren’t accessible to you, or they’re just not your thing, you can read the full script below. VIDEO SCRIPT Hello and welcome to today's Snapshot of History! Today we're exploring legendary renaissance … Continue reading Snapshot of History: Michelangelo & the Sistine Chapel

Snapshot of History: The Imperial Fabergé Eggs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X74vaKXnGVA In my latest Snapshot of History video we’ll be exploring The Imperial Fabergé Eggs! If videos aren’t accessible to you, or they’re just not your thing, you can read the full script below. VIDEO SCRIPT Happy Easter everyone! On Easter day 135 years ago, an incredibly extravagant Easter present was given to Tsarina Maria … Continue reading Snapshot of History: The Imperial Fabergé Eggs