The BHP is a chronological retelling of the history of Britain with a particular focus upon the lives of the people. You won’t find a dry recounting of dates and battles here, but instead you’ll learn about who these people were and how their desires, fears, and flaws shaped the histories of England, Scotland, and Wales.

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Title Date published
128 – The End of King Oswiu’s Hegemony 2014-06-25
127 – The Synod of Whitby 2014-06-04
126 – The End of an Era: The Triumph of Christianity in Britain 2014-05-27
125 – King Oswiu: A Gathering Storm 2014-05-15
124 – Social Mobility: Getting a Raise in Anglo Saxon Kingdoms 2014-05-09
123 – Retail Therapy: The Rise of Anglo Saxon Towns 2014-04-30
122 – The Concentration of Power and Wealth 2014-04-21
121 – King Oswiu: The Aftermath of the Winwaed 2014-04-09
120 – Penda and Oswiu: The Winwaed 2014-04-01
119 – King Penda: No Posers 2014-03-25
118 – Oswiu and Oswine: There’s No Anglo Saxon Word for Take Backsies 2014-03-18
117 – Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 2014-03-10
116 – Wait, Where Are We? Part two of the history of Britain so far. 2014-02-27
115 – Maserfield: Blood Makes The Grass Grow 2014-02-19
114 – Oswald and Sigeberht: The Softer Side of Rule 2014-02-13
113 – Religious Ambitions: The Rise of Oswald (and Others) 2014-02-05
112 – The Battle of Heavenfield 2014-01-29
111 – Edwin: What Goes Around Comes Around 2014-01-23
110 – Mercia: A New Contender Enters the Ring 2014-01-14
109 – Edwin’s Ambitions 2014-01-07
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