‘Farmer George’? Notes on Agriculture

James Fisher, PhD candidate, History Department, King’s College London Background During his reign King George III acquired the nickname of “Farmer George”, in part due to his agricultural interests and in part as a playful pun – a nod toward nominative determinism given that the name George derived from the Greek word geōrgos (γεωργός) meaning … Continue reading “‘Farmer George’? Notes on Agriculture”

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