Repton

[Louisville, Kentucky] Repton is a historic house at 314 Ridgedale Road in Louisville, Kentucky that was designed by one of Louisville`s leading architect J. J. Gaffney. The current Classical Revival structure was rebuilt in 1902, using the walls and foundation of the original structure which burned in approximately 1895. The original struc...
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Repton

[video game] Repton is a computer game originally developed by 15-year-old Briton Tim Tyler for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron and released by Superior Software in 1985. The game spawned a series of follow up games which were released throughout the 1980s. The series sold around 125,000 copies between 1985 and 1990 with Repton 2 selling 3...
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Repton

Repton, village, Derbyshire, central England. It was once a capital of the kingdom of Mercia. A monastery, the seat of the Mercia bishops, stood there in the 7th cent. but was later destroyed by the Danes. Remains exist of a priory founded in 1172, and the Church of St. Wystan has a fine Saxon crypt...
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Repton

village (parish), South Derbyshire district, administrative and historic county of Derbyshire, England. The famous independent boys` school of Repton ... [1 related articles]
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Repton

Village in Derbyshire, England, on the River Trent, 12 km/7 mi southwest of Derby; population (2001) 4,650. The kings of Mercia (the Anglo-Saxon kingdom that emerged in the 6th century) had a...
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