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“Living in History” Medieval and Early Tudor

Sections from my world-wide publication: “Living in History”. This time Medieval and early Tudor architecture Medieval and early Tudor architecture (up to c.1550) The earliest surviving houses in England date from the Medieval and early Tudor period, and these are only houses that belonged to the wealthier members of society. Houses of the poor of…

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“Living in History” intro

Sections from my world-wide publication: “Living in History”. This time the intro – it’s a lovely story about me as a child. ‘…and out of the strong came forth sweetness…’ (The Bible, Judges, Chapter 14/14) Once upon a time there was a 14 year old boy who couldn’t sit still for a minute. All day…

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Article in the Little London Observationist magazine

Article in the Little London Observationist magazine March 2010:    Country Living Spring Fair: Eli Ofir I’ve been given a cool opportunity to contact a few people involved with this year’s Country Living Spring Fair, happening in Islington from March 24-28. Come back for more later this week. This is the talented Eli Ofir, who…

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