Speke And the Discovery of the Source of the the Nile None
John Hanning Speke Speke Hall, Garden and Estate National Trust Speke Hall is a rare Tudor timber framed manor house in a most unusual setting on the banks of the River Mersey Restored and brought back to life in the th century, it is a unique and beautiful mixture of Tudor simplicity and Victorian Arts and Crafts aesthetics. Speke Speke Hall and the Speke Estate Historic Liverpool Speke Hall s owners The courtyard at Speke Hall, a significant part of the Tudor building of William Norris II Long before our present Speke Hall was built, and at the time of the Norman Invasion , Uctred, a Saxon, held the manor of Speke. Speke and the Discovery of the Source of the Nile An John Hanning Speke was among the greatest British explorers of the Victorian era, whose greatest achievement was the discovery of the source of the White Nile the holy grail of Victorian exploration Following expeditions with Sir Richard Burton, Speke died in mysterious circumstances, at the age of . BBC History Historic Figures John Hanning Speke John Hanning Speke Speke was an English explorer and the first European to reach Lake Victoria in east Africa, which he correctly identified as the long sought source of the Nile.
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