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National Geographic History: Nov/Dec 19 – Splendor in Stone
In this issue of National Geographic History:
- Splendoor in stone – Cathedrals of the middle ages.
- Olympias – Mighty mother of Alexander the great.
- America’s last slave ship – Journey of Clotilda.
- Killing the Consul: The plot to blow up Napoleon.