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- For yet more trivia about me, see here
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- For my WP to do list see here
- For my meagre list of WP achievements see here
- For my sandbox see here
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- BA, Ancient History (majoring in Ancient Rome), University College London, 2005
- MA, Museum Studies, University of Leicester, 2006
I have accumulated 111,470 edits according to here.
I hereby present you with the Military history WikiProject Distinguished Service Award for your contributions to the Wikipedia and the Military history WikiProject, specifically to the Classical warfare task force. - Vedexent 21:42, 24 March 2006 (UTC)
For your massive improvements to Wikipedia's categorization of battles, I hereby bestow upon you the Military history WikiProject Distinguished Service Award. Kirill Lokshin 15:44, 5 October 2006 (UTC)
The Epic Barnstar
For your fine contributions to Medieval and Early history, I award you the Epic barnstar
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|Well done for your work on the Church of Christ the King Article LordHarris 23:26, 16 February 2007 (UTC)|
|The Minor Barnstar|
|Minor contributions to Wikipedia can sometimes add up to quite a lot, which I think they have in your case. For that, I award you this "Minor Barnstar", Neddyseagoon. Keep up the great work! Ioeth (talk contribs friendly) 16:24, 16 January 2008 (UTC)|
|The Rosetta Barnstar|
|Truly impressed by the amount of articles from other Wiki's initiated in the English project by you. This one was simply waiting for you. Well deserved. Arnoutf (talk) 23:42, 2 February 2008 (UTC)|
Picture of the day
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Fantine, a character in Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables, in an 1886 painting by Margaret Bernadine Hall. In the novel, Fantine is a young orphan girl who is impregnated by a rich student, who then abandons her and their child Cosette. Forced by her poverty to become a prostitute, Fantine sacrifices her youth, beauty, and health in order to raise her daughter. After she dies, Cosette is raised by Jean Valjean.
Fantine has been described as the "quintessential mother" whose sacrifice serves the good of her child, and identified with "the saved and saintly prostitute". She has been depicted in numerous adaptations of the novel, including the musical and the 2012 film (in which she was portrayed by Anne Hathaway).
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