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Erik Wade Apr 20
"We had to kill the Vikings, bc they bathed and brushed their hair and our wives couldn't resist such sophistication" is a HELL of a take by medieval English chroniclers.
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Charlotte Gauthier 20h
Denizens of , I need your help in naming my new stuffed lion from . Something vaguely Crusades-related? (Not Tancred.) I am unable to decide on a suitable appellation for the little fellow, who in any case is meant to be helping me write, and failing.
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Nathan John Haydon Apr 16
After months of intense writing and panic, I'm done. Yesterday I successfully defended my dissertation.
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Vanina Kopp Apr 18
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Adam Miyashiro Apr 14
Pro-tip: Maybe don’t interview two white male medievalists about race and the Middle Ages when you have a WOMAN OF COLOR medievalist right there in situ.
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Vikings in Scotland 20 Years On Apr 19
U can't prove nuthin. deserve a fair trial, via 'The fort is thought to have been reduced to a ruin by fire in the 10th Century at a time when Vikings were known to be raiding'
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Kevin Wilbraham Apr 17
Pair of gold eagle brooches from Ostrogothic Italy. Made in about 500 AD. On display
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Kent Navalesi Apr 15
This actually happened: Me: So you can see, class, that is a stunning example of the features of gothic architecture and . . . Student: *raises hand* It’s on fire.
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Martin Neylon Apr 16
Awful photo, but some at Derby Museum.
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Sjoerd Levelt Apr 12
recommended weekend read: Dorothy Kim about white supremacist appropriations of the medieval, and how we should respond
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Francois Soyer Apr 14
Once again, Sir Lancelot disgraces himself at the castle's summer garden party by getting drunk and throwing up in the moat. BNF, Ms Français 19137, fol. 68r.
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IMFS Apr 15
Our hearts are in Paris today. (Jean Fouquet c.1450)
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Kevin Wilbraham 4h
An early 5th century ivory panel showing Christ’s empty tomb. The carving is one of four at the British Museum which depict Christ’s death and resurrection.
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Adrienne Williams Boyarin Apr 18
At Early Middle English final exam tonight, one of my students gave me this framed illuminated first recto of The Owl & the Nightingale, THAT SHE MADE, as a gift. I cried, like the 100% pro that I am. Students honestly save me. Every. Term.
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Sara M. Durst Apr 16
Dear Does anyone have recommendations for books/sources on French saints and relics? Sincerely, A new member of & undergrad
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Dr Áine Foley 21h
Pic 21 of features Oughterard parish church, dating to c.1350. In 1189 Adam de Hereford granted the church here to St Thomas's Abbey. Arthur Guinness is buried here.
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Vikings in Scotland 20 Years On Apr 19
VIKIIIINGS! We're very excited about this | |
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punctum🍸books Apr 19
COMING this SUMMER: the MEDIEVAL DISABILITY SOURCEBOOK, edited by : Go HERE for detailed Table of Contents:
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Maddie Gehling Apr 11
Hey : I know the more recent historical/cultural context for associating women with domestic chores (I’m particularly thinking of cooking/kitchens here), but what was that association like for medieval women? WAS there an association? I NEED TO KNOW THE HISTORY
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Laura Godfrey Apr 19
The designer calls this “Hen Blouse.” I call it my Pertelote Blouse, because I’ll totally tell you that a purgative will balance out your humors and keep away your bad dreams.
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