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Exploring History booklet
Take a closer look at some of the astonishing objects David Dimbleby explores in Seven Ages of Britain - and discover their even more amazing stories.
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Originally published: Friday, 22nd January 2010
Last updated on: Friday, 29th January 2010
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- Image 'Oliver Cromwell' - Copyright: Wark Clements
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- Image 'High Street History' - Copyright: Open2 team, screen shot from interactive
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