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 cattle - domestication
  - in Britain
 Caucasus - German offensive in 1942
 caudíllos - in Latin American politics
 Caunt, Benjamin - and Big Ben
 cauterisation - in 16th century
 Caux, Salomon de - and Richmond Palace
 Cavalcanti, Guido - and the dolce stil nuovo
 Cavalier Parliament - of 1661
  - and Charles II
 Cavalieri, Emilio de' - and oratorio
 Cavalieri, Tommaso de' - and Michelangelo
 Cavaliers - in English Civil War
  - the term
 cavalry - and heavy breeds of horse
 cave - analogy in Plato
 cave paintings - palaeolithic
 Cavell, Edith
 Cavendish, Lord Frederick - murdered
 Cavendish, Henry
  - and latent heat
  - and water
  - brief biography
 Cavendish Laboratory (Cambridge)
 Cavour, Camillo
 Cawdor Castle
 Caxton, William - in Bruges and London
  - prints Morte Darthur
  - brief biography
  - and Chaucer
 Cayman Islands and Britain
 Cayuga - in the Iroquois League
 Cazorla - treaty of 1179
 CCM - or Chama Cha Mapinduzi
 Cebu - and Magellan
 Cecil, Robert - and the accession of James I
  - brief biography
 Cecil, William - and Elizabeth I
  - brief biography
 Cecil Higgins Art Gallery - Bedford
 cedar of Lebanon - Phoenician export
  - to Egypt
 celadon - Song pottery
 celestial sphere - in astronomy
 Celestines - at Isleworth
 cell - described by Schleiden and Swann
 Cellini, Benvenuto - and Fontainebleau
 Celsius, Anders - and the centigrade scale
  - temperature scale in Britain
  - and thermometry
 Celsus - on human vivisection
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