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February 2018
In our next issue, a panel of experts explore the big questions around the fight for female suffrage.
Paul Cartridge considers what we really know about the Trojan War, the ancient conflict shrouded in legend.
Elsewhere, Edward Burman looks at the history of the Terracotta army, a collection of statues depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. 
Plus, Lizzie Seal explores the story of Ruth Ellis, who, in 1955, was the last woman to be executed in Britain.

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