The St. Cuthbert Gospel is the earliest surviving intact European book. Some time around 698, it was slipped into the coffin of a saint.
Creature of the court, royalist and fop, dandy and dilettante, John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester, knew how to scandalize with verse.
By the time the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, did colonial Americans still sound like their British counterparts?
Discover the real men Bruce Holsinger based his characters on.