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Emily Steiner
Lover of all things medieval, culture-vulture, cock-eyed optimist. UPenn prof.
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Emily Steiner 4h
Your biggest fan is a 13 yr old in Philadelphia surrounded by die-hard Eagle fans. He'll be at the game on 11/24, because he is BRAVE!
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Emily Steiner 25 Mar 17
Look at this stunning late-medieval Hebrew manuscript. Mishneh Torah Ross.498
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Emily Steiner 7h
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a teacher who has finally completed all her recommendation letters will find 3 more requests in her inbox.
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Emily Steiner 19h
Replying to @Southldntabby
I wish someone would think of one for me!
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Emily Steiner 23h
Please can I keep him, ? Latin 10435 (Psalter, c.1275-1300)
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IFAW_Camino_2019 Oct 11
Amazing aren't they? And the Koudounaris book is just jaw dropping. Here's a saint he didn't include - St Felix in Regensburg, my first catacomb saint. (Church of St Mang).
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Emily Steiner Oct 12
Boxed set!
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Soñadora Oct 11
If you’re after a model of deft scholarship that unites bibliographical analysis w hist insights on how the construction of an authorial figure contributed to the formation of nat’l identity, read 's book. It’s wicked smart & written w an assertive eloquence I admire.
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Emily Steiner Oct 12
Thank you!
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Yiddish Proverbs Oct 12
RT Better a sardine on the dish than a flounder in the sea. — Hebrew proverb ✡
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fionn Oct 12
Never drink from the pot under the bed.
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Emily Steiner Oct 12
"You might as well just put me out to pasture." français 571
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Kathryn Holeman Oct 12
Inktober day 12: Dragon. On the eve of battle, Merlin’s campaign for Uther Pendragon (head dragon) as king was beginning to take shape. More thoughts here:
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Neil Jackman Oct 12
A 13th century jug found in Lamb Alley in Dublin City. The jug was likely to have been imported from Bristol. It depicts a hunting scene, with a stag, a hound and a huntsman about to blow a horn. On display in
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The Met: Medieval Art Oct 11
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 11
. discusses an 18c book of dance instructions that features a recycled title page from ’ special collections.
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Emily Steiner Oct 11
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Emily Steiner Oct 11
go and all!
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claire m. l. bourne Oct 11
i expect there might be some tweeting!
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Keshet Oct 11
Today, October 11th, is National Coming Out Day! Coming out can be hard! So our Education team has some advice on coming out, finding community, and being ok with being scared.
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