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jo livingstone Aug 16
THE PAST IS POLITICAL
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Famous Last Words from the Middle Ages
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Leaving “Medieval” Charlottesville - from
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260,000 digitized images of art and artifacts now online
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Reading Margery Kempe’s inner voices by
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Guy Gavriel Kay Aug 16
1. Some thoughts on younger artists I hear from, struggling to justify or find *value* in pursuing their work in a challenging time.
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Orkney Archaeology Aug 16
Great turnout of over 80 people for tonight's talk by Dr Mike Copper. We are recording it, will let folk know when available to view.
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The Insular Landscape of the Poem The Phoenix
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13 Jokes from the Middle Ages
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C R Stillman-Lowe Aug 15
A rather joyful image of a woman churning butter. Ms. 44/Ludwig VI 5, p. 135.
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Five new on the Middle Ages
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963: Nikephoros II Phokas becomes emperor of the Byzantine Empire
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Network Analysis of the Viking Age in Ireland as portrayed in Cogadh Gaedhel re Gallaibh
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Mann and Gender in Old English Prose: A Pilot Study
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The Adamites: Hippie Heretics of the Middle Ages
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20 Great Medieval
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Cross purposes: Frankish levantine perceptions of gender and female participation in the crusades, 1147-1254
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Women ben purifyid of her childeryn, the purification of women after childbirth in medieval England
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Ten Old Norse Proverbs: Wisdom from the Hávamál
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