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Greenaway: examples across eras and urban areas including impact of suffragette movement
Greenaway: exhibition highlights relationship between communities and parliament over many centuries http://t.co/p9WlEYj6mx
Gary Tuson introducing Professor Greenaway to open Ballots and Bills http://t.co/ECFNADSNgH
Professor Greenaway: De Montfort Parliament celebrated through Parliamentary Archives outreach work
The @Parliament750 team are at the launch of Ballots and Bills: Exploring Parliamentary past at @NorfolkRO - we will be live tweeting!
All @UKParlArchives installed at @NorfolkRO! Ballots and bills will open on the 20th April - http://t.co/LPqB6xYf0i http://t.co/LoBuDAA5Bm
Today we are installing five items for Ballots and Bills: opening 20th April at @NorfolkRO http://t.co/8mgbowdzf6
Further information about the digital display is available here http://t.co/5oNCi5hy3I
Magna Carta and Parliament digital display now open @TheHiveWorcs - find out about Magna Carta's influence of the development of Parliament
Montfort would try to unsuccessfully try to settle with the earl of Gloucester.
Leaving his son to protect the south-east, Simon de Montfort advanced westwards in April 1265, taking with him Henry, Edward, and his army
That is the end of our reports from #icaoslo. Many thanks to the archives @Stortinget for a wonderful 2 days
An English translation was published in London in 1813 #icaoslo
Printed editions of the Spanish constitution were produced and distributed to members, the library and archives #icaoslo
The 2 manuscript copies of the constitution are kept amongst the archives of the congress of deputies #icaoslo