The setting is a world resembling early 1900s Britain, where magic is commonplace.
That was my cover, in early Britain, and again in the Baltic.
There was no leisure vacuum in early Victorian Britain.
However, he also consistently names her as a queen (regina), the only one such known in early Roman Britain.
In the rational Protestant climate of early 18th-century Britain, he was merely ignored to death.
In early Roman Britain, cremation was usual but diminished by the fourth century.
Current research is on the production of popular science literature in early twentieth-century Britain, with particular emphasis on the role played by professional scientists.
Language and history in early Britain, Edinburgh University press, 1953.
Freemasonry is one of the world's oldest secular fraternal organizations, which arose in late 16th- to early 17th-century Britain.
He was for example an early critic of the evils which the new factory system brought to early nineteenth-century Britain.