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Horace

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Horace

Quintus Horatius Flaccus (8 December 65 – 27 November 8 BC) was the leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus (aka Octavian). 

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Horace

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Harrow clock, WW2 - plaque

Our Latin consultant, David Hopkins, provided the translation and adds: "The ...

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Lauderdale Road Synagogue - Halford

This design was used repeatedly to commemorate the dead of the City of London...

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Trinity College of Music - WWI memorial

We puzzled for some time about the uncomfortable layout, with two names cramm...

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Joseph Ritson, FSA

Joseph Ritson, FSA

Literary antiquarian.  Born Co. Durham.  Trained as a lawyer and from 1780 had chambers in Gray's Inn where he specialised in conveyancing. Odd in a number of ways: aged 20 converted to vegetarian...

Person, History, Literature

1 memorial
Lady Dorothy Nevill

Lady Dorothy Nevill

Hostess, horticulturist, collector, writer. Born 11 Berkeley Square. Daughter of Horatio Walpole, third earl of Orford, Died at home at 45 Charles Street.

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Literature

1 memorial
Francis Bret Harte

Francis Bret Harte

American writer, best know for his accounts of pioneering life in California. Born New York. Came to London in 1885 via Germany and Glasgow. Buried at Frimley, Surrey. Some sources, contradicti...

Person, Literature, Poetry, USA

1 memorial
Sir Edmund Gosse

Sir Edmund Gosse

Born 13 Trafalgar Terrace (now 56 Mortimer Road), Hackney, son of Philip Gosse. Writer, best known for his book ‘Father and Son’ which is partly autobiographical and depicts the new generation free...

Person, Literature

2 memorials
Alan Bennett

Alan Bennett

Playwright, screenwriter, actor and author. Born Leeds.  First popular success was 'Beyond the Fringe' at the 1960 Edinburgh Festival, with Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller and Dudley Moore.  Since then...

Person, Literature

2 memorials