King James Bible title page

A masterpiece of biblical proportions

01 Feb 2011

Home to more than seven million books, Cambridge University Library is to celebrate the most influential, most bought, most read and most widely disseminated English language book of them all – the King James Bible.

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Henry VIII

Henry VIII, King of Tunes (audio slideshow)

15 Nov 2010

King Henry the VIII is chiefly associated with gluttony, lechery and murder. Surprisingly, it turns out he was also a deeply sensitive soul, who liked to express himself by penning his own musical compositions.

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Dying Gaul from behind

How ancient Roman teens had it tough too

19 Apr 2010

Professor Kathleen Coleman, Professor of Latin at Harvard University and renowned author on Latin literature and history will give Newnham's biennial Jane Harrison Memorial Lecture on Friday, 23 April 2010.

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Map of test pits from the Willingham dig

Willingham Dig unveils village history

13 Oct 2009

Archaeological finds from thousands of years ago have been uncovered in a Cambridge village in an event which was part of the celebrations of the University's 800th Anniversary.

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