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English Court of Star Chamber: A Brief History

The Court of Star Chamber, known simply as the Star Chamber, was a supplement to common-law courts in England. The Star Chamber drew its authority from the king's sovereign power and privileges and was not bound by the common law. The Star Chamber was so named for the star pattern on the ceiling of the room where its meetings were held, at Westminster Palace.
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Detail, Moabite Stone

A detail of the Moabite Stone, an ancient tablet dating to around 850 BCE, written by Mesha, the king of Moab (modern Jordan). (Louvre Museum, Paris)
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HMS Empress

´╗┐HMS EmpressHMS Empress was one of three cross-channel steamers taken over from the South East and Chatham Railway Company on 11 August 1914 to be converted to act as a seaplane carrier. Her first conversion was carried out with great speed at Chatham Dockyard, and she was commissioned on 25 August 1914.
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Alexander the Great and Religion

Did Alexander impose his Greek polytheism on the Persians he conquered or did the Hellenization happen naturally over the course of time and Greek soldiers and traders living among them? Or was it
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The Brains Trust

A detailed account of the Brains Trust that includes images, quotations and the main facts of the group. Key Stage 3. United States History. GCSE Modern World History. A-level. Last updated: 26th March, 2018
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