The poisonous tint that created Victorian fashion victims

A skeleton gentleman at a ball asks a skeleton lady to dance; representing the effect of arsenical dyes and pigments in clothing and accessories. Wood engraving, 1862. Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


From the Paris morgue to CPR training

Viewings at the Paris morgue. Jstor


…still eaten today

Photo by Calum Lewis on Unsplash


Megxit, duty and Oprah…

Harry and Meghan By Mark Jones: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rambomuscles/27537241539, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=68676907

Rumours begin


From the turnip to the sublime

Dance of Death in the Nuremberg Chronicle, by Hartmann Schedel (1440–1514)

1) Saint Lawrence


You’ve arrived… now what?

Photo by Erol Ahmed on Unsplash


Warning: may contain carrots!

Shopkeeper stamping a ration book. Library of Congress


How a leap of faith helped to kickstart my life

Photo by Justin Luebke on Unsplash


All about us…

Hello!

Writing for The History Edit


And one that has yet to pass

Comet depicted in a medieval manuscript

#1. Fiery dragons and lightning predict the heathen men

Jade Revell

Historian and freelance writer with special interests in Richard II, food history and a little bit of everything else. http://Instagram.com/JadeRevellHistory

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