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From the 19th October 2018 - Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: Art, Word, War
In the 5th century, the final Roman soldiers left Britain replaced by settlers from Germany, Denmark and The Netherlands. These newcomers became known as the Anglo-Saxons, who lived happily until France’s Duke of Normandy captured the English crown in 1066.
The British library is commemorating this with Anglo-Saxon kingdoms: Art, Word, War, including the Domesday Book (arguably the countries most famous tome), which details the lands captured by the French and the codex Amiatinus: a huge copy of the Bible, created by English monks gifted to the Pope in 716.
To the 21st October 2018 - Windrush: Songs in a Strange Land
Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Empire Windrush landing, discover the Carribeans who arrived through poetry, novels and music.
- King's Cross St. Pancras
- Russell Square
- Euston Square
- Warren Street