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BMH-British Medieval Aug 13
Kitty-prints in floor tiles. Wormleighton St Mary. Spotted by Marion Burgon.
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Annamari Heinonen Aug 13
There is a whole web of streets coming up in
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Ismail Kurun Aug 15
Does anyone remember the name of the linguist who developed a weird language that was consisted of more than 400 letters intending to symbolize all the sounds in nature? I cannot find him. Such a vision and such an ambition!
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Medievalists.net 17h
Heatwave reveals road in England
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Dr Áine Foley Aug 14
Week 33 of my features Ashtown Castle in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. The castle was "rediscovered" in 1978 when the Georgian house built around it was demolished. The lands belonged to the Crutched Friars in the medieval period.
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Medieval Cats Aug 17
This big kitty is stuck next too a baby on the airplane
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Kildare Medieval fest Aug 12
All set up for day 2 of Kildare we have games kids entertainment stalls and food and drink come on down
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Susan Oosthuizen Aug 17
How and why water was managed in and through the East Anglian peat fenland between about 900 and 1300 - my short video'd lecture in November 2015 exploring the practicalities, via
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Prof Catherine Clarke Aug 17
As a result of a childhood counted in Church of England fetes and Bring & Buy sales, in adulthood I cannot walk past a stall selling small hand-knitted dolls. Very pleased with these for my little boy. Name suggestions welcome
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Foundation Aug 17
We're very excited to finally show you a preview of Alpha Second Content Update, that should come out in a couple of weeks! Hope you enjoy it 😅 Foundation Alpha is available now:
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BMH-British Medieval Aug 13
Detail of painting of St. John the Baptist on a pillar at the Church of St. John the Baptist, Chester. U.K. Thanks to David Lewis
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Dr Áine Foley Aug 12
Week 32 of my features the 16th c statue of Our Lady of Dublin, now in Whitefriars but prob originally from St Mary's Abbey. After the dissolution the hollowed out back of the oak statue may have served as a pig trough
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Mary Burke Aug 9
Mermaids feature in medieval churches and Irish mythology. Clonfert and Cluntuskert monasteries both feature a mermaid. I found this mermaid on a grave stone dated 1752. Look closely, the face is skull like. Could be holding a comb, difficult to make out.
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knos Aug 11
It's so much fun to work with this colour palette
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LadyMatilda 15h
It’s washing day at your dear Lady Matilda’s manor, I do so love watching the maids from my window. Except when they’re washing Sir Godfrey’s under garments. Some things should remain secret between man and wife.
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Anthony Bale Aug 13
texts on the move: Sir Simon Felbrigg's pouch, which he used for storing records of his retinue's wages at Agincourt 1415 ( E401/45/3), and Czech prayer added for his Bohemian wife Margaret of Teschen/Cieszyn in the Felbrigg Hours ( HM 58285)
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Katherine Harvey Aug 9
A fourteenth century brass from St Martin's Church, East Horsley (Surrey). Tradition suggests that it belonged to Robert Brantingham, whose brother Thomas was bishop of Exeter and treasurer under Edward III and Richard II.
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Anna Belfrage Aug 10
How better to celebrate that feeling than with an honourable & handsome knight and his brave lady? Gallop off with Adam de Guirande, towards chaos, rebellion and potential death. Unless Kit saves him...
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Posy Hill Aug 17
inside St.Stephen's, Old Radnor
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Tora Williams Aug 16
Cover reveal for my Christmas time-travel novella! If you've ever wondered what it would be like to live in a castle, this one's for you.
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