WELCOME TO EXPLORE HISTORY

This site has been built upon 20 years of teaching, research and writing, and a passion for all things historical. I hope you enjoy browsing through the site to see what is on offer.

EXPLORE HISTORY SHOP

Our Explore History shop offers a wide range of history related items, including documents, stamps, fossils and other items of historical significance.

THE LATEST FROM OUR SHOP

 

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5 days ago

Explorehistoryltd

Here is a pic of the first of many ancient pieces of pottery I will be putting on Ebay over the coming weeks. A true antique, this simple yet beautiful little vessel is Romano-British and around 1,800 years old. ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

Explorehistoryltd

Here is an interesting letter I thought some of you might find interesting. It was sent from Calcutta to Mauritius in 1851and regards a shipment of 1,000 bags of rice. Interesting piece of history! ... See MoreSee Less

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DR. SCOTT, Director

The Founding Director of Explore History is Dr. Scott McLean. Scott has a PhD in Modern British history and a Masters in British medieval history. He began his academic career at the University of Guelph, Canada, before moving to England in 1999 to work at Queen's University (Canada) Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle. Teaching at the BISC offered the opportunity to not only meet some wonderful students and travel to historic sites, but teach a wide range of courses in British and European history (sometimes as many as 15 courses a year!) It also allowed him to dabble in archaeology.

This resulted in him establishing the schools first Field School in British Archaeology and through this make some amazing discoveries. It also allowed him to indulge one of his other great passions - collecting old documents and items of historical interest. This website is built upon this life-long interest in things historical, his passion for teaching - at all age levels - and exploring history.

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