This is the great timeline banner used by the heritage knights. It unrolls to show the periods that make up over 2000 years of English history. Heritage detectives use a timeline like this when they are checking what Arthur would have seen.
The heritage knights find their great banner timeline one of their most important tools.
They can't imagine that they are the only ones who find chronology perplexing at times so they offer it to all heritage detectives in miniature form.
You can download your own here.
How old is this?
Will Arthur recognise it?
This heritage detective has found a wonder point. She has:
She is now checking, will Arthur recognise her wonder point?
Check it out on your timeline.
Make new discoveries.
Find new connections.
Here heritage detectives from Norton-juxta-Kempsey First School discover something special on the walls of St. James' Church. They are checking it out on the timeline.
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