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The Big Ten

The ten most popular posts in the last month here at The Pietist Schoolman:

  1. Highclere Castle

    Highclere Castle, the location where Downton Abbey has been filmed - Creative Commons (JB+UK_Planet)

    Tolkien, Lewis, and the Memory of War

  2. Fun with Googling
  3. What If?
  4. Downton Crabby
  5. The Best National Anthems: Honorable Mentions
  6. This Day in History: John Brown’s Body
  7. In Celebration of Students
  8. The Best National Anthems: Also-Rans
  9. This Day in History: “The End of an Age”
  10. Commemorating World War I (part 2)

Then, in honor of the 11th and 12th members of the Big “Ten” athletic conference, two more recent posts that I especially enjoyed writing but didn’t quite make the cut:

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