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Humpty Dumpty and the Fall of Colchester

Colchester, Essex, England (map) Dated: 1648
We all know the famous nursery rhyme, telling the tale of Humpty Dumpty and you may even have see the illustration of the character, in Lewis Carroll's 'Alice through the Looking Glass' - a large, round egg-like person with arms and legs, sitting on a wall! However, the rhyme is very old and the original Humpty Dumpty was something very different.

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This document looks at how the story 'Humpty Dumpty and the Fall of Colchester' can be used when teaching history.

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Name: Hjth 24th March 2015
i liked it
Name: Talena The Hedgefox 23rd March 2015
hey I loved it and it was cute it would be good for little kids. LOL
Name: Bkvvbnbdfjzhbgrh 18th March 2015
They are mean people Who ever wrote this I'm scared know that they will call me that
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