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>That would place the start of the Victorian era somewhere in the middle of
>WW I, about 15 years after the end of Victoria's approximately 60-year reign!
Well, I suppose you could call any time before 1860 "antebellum," but most
people think of that term as referring to the period just before the war, a
time when Victoria was already a well established monarch. ...RM
Dr. Richard Mateosian Freelance Technical Writer srm -at- c2 -dot- org
Review Editor, IEEE Micro Vice President, STC Berkeley Chapter