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Transactions of the Royal Historical Society is an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Volume 23 of the sixth series includes the following articles: 'French Crossings IV: Vagaries of Passion and Power in Enlightenment Paris', 'Entrusting Western Europe to the Church, 400-750', 'Emperor Otto III and the End of Time' (The Alexander Prize Essay), 'Of Living Legends and Authentic Tales: How to Get Remembered in Early Modern Europe', 'The Semantics of 'Peace' in Early Modern England', 'What is Pain? A History' (The Prothero Lecture), 'A Room With a View: Visualising the Seaside, c.1750-1914', 'Safety First: The Security of Britons in India, 1946-1947', 'The 'Tropical Dominions': The Appeal of Dominion Status in the Decolonisation of India, Pakistan and Ceylon'. The volume also carries the Report of Council for 2012-13.