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 Cinderella (ballet)
 Cinderella (pantomime)
 Cinque Ports
 Ciompi - uprising in Florence in 1378
 Cipango - described by Marco Polo
 circuit judges - and Henry I
 circulation of the blood - and Harvey
 circumcision - in Egypt and in Judaism
  - and the early Christians
 Circumcision - relic of the
 circus - in Rome
 Circus Maximus - in Rome
 Cirencester - as capital of tribal ruler
  - brief history
  - the Roman amphitheatre
 Cisalpine Gaul - and the Celts
 Cisalpine Republic - set up by Napoleon
 Cîteaux - first Cistercian monastery
 Citium - Phoenician colony
 Citizen King - Louis Philippe
 citizens - in ancient Greece
 Citizens Advice Bureau (in Britain)
 Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
 city (British usage)
 City (City of London)
 City and Guilds (London)
 City Dionysia - theatrical contests
 City Livery Companies
 City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
 City of God - by Augustine
 city-state - in Greece
 Ciudad Rodrigo - in the Peninsular War
 ciudadelas - in Chan Chan
 Civil Constitution of the Clergy - in 1790
 Civilisation (TV series)
 Civil List
 civil rights - marches in Ulster
 Civil Rights Act - in 1866 in USA
 Civil Service in Britain
 Clairvaux - monastery founded by St Bernard
 clan (in Scotland)
 Clapham Junction
 Clapham omnibus
 Clapham Sect
 Clapperton, Hugh - explorer in Africa
 Clare, St - and the Poor Clares
 Clare, Gilbert de - and Caerphilly
 Claremont (garden), Surrey
 Clarence House
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