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Judith Jesch
Professor of Viking Studies, University of Nottingham.
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Judith Jesch 7h
I do like Nork.
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SNSBI 12h
And our final paper of the day is entitled "When strangers become family: thoughts on the Old Norse contribution to the English personal name stock, 9thc-19thc", from Peter McClure ( ).
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SNSBI 13h
Replying to @SNSBI_official
Now Jack Hartley (Oxford University) on "Norman Nicholson and Norse heritage in twentieth-century Lakeland"
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Ian Dunt 15h
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This is really a quite startlingly brilliant speech by Starmer: Relentless, forensic, logical, aimed right at the weak spots.
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Joanna Cherry QC MP 15h
A great forensic speech from . His detailed examination of the deal we are being asked to vote on is being met with a mix of horrified silence & blustering fury from the Tories. I hope his Labour colleagues are listening
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SNSBI 15h
Replying to @MedievalKvak
Our final paper of the morning is Dr Pragya Vohra () from the University of York talking to us on the subject of "Using place-names to understand migration in Viking Age Cleveland"
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SNSBI 16h
Replying to @EllieWry @UoYLangLing
Next up is Dr Eleanor Rye () of with a paper entitled "Norðmenn and their names? Languages and dialects in contact in Viking Age England"
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SNSBI 17h
Our second paper today is by Josh Neal () from . He's sharing his ongoing PhD research on Old Norse bý(r)-names in Britain.
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Dr Pragya Vohra 16h
We’ve already had runes, crosses and heat maps. Exciting stuff!!
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Mike Galsworthy Oct 18
As BBC goes into vox pop overdrive today to convince you that ‘ordinary voters’ on the streets overwhelmingly just want Boris’ deal... ...it’s time to share ’s excellent piece again.
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John Crace Oct 18
wonderful memento mori by For three years we remainers have held our breath. This is the moment our dreams may die | Jonathan Freedland
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Judith Jesch Oct 18
like one of your tweets the other day
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LimerickFair Oct 18
Limerick was a walled city from 1130s if not earlier. Brian Hodkinson has argued that there may be an ancient Viking Þing or assembly site outside the Norse town underneath these towers . Come to St Martins Fair and learn more!
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Dr Cat Jarman 💀 Oct 18
Want to know how your hair & teeth can reveal where you've lived? How we study migration in the past? How drinking water can help solve murders? Watch my TEDx talk! What archaeology tells us about human migration | Cat Jarman | TEDxBath via
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Judith Jesch Oct 18
Replying to @MicelFolo01
Please don't rip out your tongue; it's not worth it!
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Judith Jesch Oct 18
Replying to @Gracewife
Yes, let's hope it's not one of those.
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Judith Jesch Oct 18
Wonder if these are 1000-year-old bones by any chance? Would be good to find some BBC News - Human bones found on Melton Mowbray building site
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Marianne Hem Eriksen Oct 18
Great interview, , and heartfelt thanks for the shout-out about my book! Made my day!
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Judith Jesch Oct 18
I reckon the cat packed itself.
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Judith Jesch Oct 18
A long read but well worth it!
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