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Medieval Mothers

The stories are below aren’t pulled from “Game of Thrones.” Promise. In the rough-and-tumble setting of medieval England, royal mothers were expected to do far more than just ensure their children, the future monarchs, were healthy and well-educated. She had … Continue reading

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Rare 2,000 year old Roman Gold Coin Found!

A rare gold coin dating to the rule of emperor Trajan but bearing the face of Augustus, has been discovered by a hiker in Israel. It suggests the ruler, known for his philanthropy and social welfare policies, was a fan … Continue reading

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Irish American Influence

The Overwhelming Influence of The Irish On America – Those who feel as though green beer and St. Patrick’s Day are the only contributions of the Irish in American society are short sighted and need a bit of a history … Continue reading

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Coat of Arms Online

Coat of Arms Online We are very pleased to announce the official release of Celtic Radio’s new store called “Coat of Arms Online.” The name has been chosen to reflect the genealogical nature of what our site is all about … Continue reading

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The Medieval link to 911….Vienna 9/11/1683

Very few people seem to be aware of why it was that Al-Qaeda chose September 11 for the date of a devastating, carefully planned attack on the United States, but the information is illuminating and worthy of discussion. A better … Continue reading

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