horrible histories - series two
September 22nd, 1994
It’s about sex, love, relationships, careers, a time in your life when everything’s possible. And it’s about friendship because when you’re single and in the city,
your F.R.I.E.N.D.S are your family.
hp history - [3/3] historical witches
Bridget Wenlock (1202-1286)
"Wenlock first scribbled down her ground-breaking theorem on the magical properties of the number seven at breakfast one day apparently on the back of an envelope, using her usual invisible ink. She then proceeded to send her cousin a letter, using what she later believed to be the very envelope concealing the theorem."
—Miranda Goshawk, Book of Spells.
One touch of your hand and god comes rushing back.
God or the Devil?
It’s in every single line, every single scene: these two are definitely in love with each other. So to me it’s really a love story. It came as a natural progression I would say. I didn’t judge the characters, it seemed very natural actually. - Francois Arnaud (x)
hp history - [2/3] historical witches + [3/3] historical wizards
Nicolas Flamel (1327-1992) & Perenelle Flamel (1334-1992)