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Ancient Arts Fellowship, Inc. is a medieval re-enactment group based in Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory. They focus on the ‘Dark Ages’, or early medieval period, especially the 8th century through to the Norman invasion of…

‘Alfred Was Great King’ is an anonymous article that appeared in the Charters Towers, Queensland, newspaper The Northern Miner in 1954. The article is about the ninth-century Anglo-Saxon/English king Alfred of Wessex, or Alfred the Great.…

The MacLaurin Window was created in 1920 and can be found in the Nicholson Vestibule lighting the staircase. The window has a portrait of Sir Henry Normand MacLaurin, Chancellor of the University of Sydney from 1896 to 1914, flanked by James I…

An article on page 5 of the regional Victorian newspaper The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times on June 20, 1902. The anonymous article is about the will of Alfred the Great, king of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex in southern England. In…

An article on page 10 of The Sydney Morning Herald on September 25, 1901. The article reports on a sermon by Archdeacon Gunther in St. John’s Church in which he mentioned that it was the thousandth anniversary of Alfred the Great, king of…

An article on page 5 of the Victorian newspaper The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times on June 20, 1902. The anonymous article is about the will of Alfred the Great, king of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex in southern England. It mentions that…

This anonymous article in The Sydney Morning Herald on 30 November 1886 is a review of a musical performance about Alfred the Great. The cantata ‘Alfred’ was composed by Ebenezer Prout with a libretto by Mr Grist. The piece is based…