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This article examines the proposition “Does the law protect folklore?” by examining the legal models and processes to protect the

Through the museum and quite by accident Helston Museum has several dragons you will see as you walk through its

This is the story of the legendary Aurelius Ambrosius, a King of the Britons in the 5th century AD.

In recent years, in conjunction with the steadfast advance of far-right nationalistic ideologies, the so-called ‘’refugee crisis’’ has been repeatedly

You turn around, and all of a sudden, you see that something is approaching, moving towards you. You notice a

In the early 17th century, the celebrated London engraver William Hole created some of the strangest maps of Britain ever

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From figures of power to figures of fun, ghosts and apparitions changed dramatically in Punch cartoons over the course of

In Arthurian legend and romance, Queen Guinevere was famous as the wife of King Arthur and the lover of her

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How do writers collect and re-tell regional folktales? Kevan Manwaring explains his influences, methods, and inspirations for his work in

For many, the Woman in the Tower is a symbol of female oppression and repression, a highly negative image charged

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