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Plantagenet Society 26m
King John’s House will be open to the public 10am-3pm 26th/27th. Immerse yourself in the world of music, dance, the winter hunt with demonstrations & talks on medieval amour & . From Lords & Ladies to Villains & Surfs. Come one, come all & !
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Dr Alison Ray 56m
Play that funky music! Animals and grotesques can be seen playing instruments on the capitals of 's St Gabriel's Chapel built c1100 and in a Passionale made in Canterbury around the same time in an initial 'T' (Lit MS E 42, f. 35v)
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Amberley Publishing 2h
English people believed in the motto, “cleanliness is next to Godliness,” and if they could, would bathe regularly in public baths.
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Jakub Kw 3h
St. Roch Hospital for Poor Scholars in Krakow🇵🇱 acted as an almshouse till end of 19th cent. In 1930s the building housed an avant-garde theater "Cricot". Now it houses History of Theater Dpt of , it's past partly forgotten.
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EHFA Blog 5h
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Mateusz Fafinski 6h
Say no to perfectionism! When you're decorating a manuscript but need to finish the diagram real quick before calling it a day. St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 238
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Countryman editor 12m
: The Garden of Eden, with Adam (eating the Fruit of Knowledge) and Eve (being tempted by the Serpent); font, East Meon Church, Hampshire.
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AllTheRooms 13h
The Quartiere Coppedé is a stunning enclave surrounded by grotesque architecture with characters from & history. Check out more hidden gems in : Thanks to .lukovich for a beautiful photo on Instagram.
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Tyler Ryder 17h
It’s times like this where I wish I was multi-lingual! At my finger tips is the Corpus Juris Civilis in Latin! Shall make for a long and interesting evening of word by word translation.
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AWICS 2h
I thought I would celebrate by tweeting some photos of well known Cumbrian landmarks: Sizergh Castle, Brough Castle & Furness Abbey. There are more on my website at
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AWICS 17h
Interesting piece in about the demonstration at the last Archaeology Society meeting (see below)
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Ray Cassidy Jan 21
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JerryS01 7h
I'm reading the (rather dated) but wonderful account of the Norman Conquest 'Heirs of the Conqueror' by the late historian and genealogist L.G. Pine. He makes no pretense at "objectivity", he regards the conquest as a tragedy, and his passion is compelling
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JerryS01 7h
"A triumph of things evil" L.G. Pine reflecting on the Norman Conquest
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The Crowood Press 4h
They were real people who got into trouble with the law, who occasionally cheated on contracts, who liked to start a job but not to finish it… Who our cathedrals and how did they do it? This book presents the full of the men who built the .
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Art médiéval 52m
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Rossell Hope Robbins Library 22h
First up: Helen Ann Mins Fellow tells us: "Since I arrived in August, I’ve been hoarding all things to do with Reynard the Fox and medieval law over at my hovel (I mean carrel) in the back of the library." (2/3)
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B&W Thornton 4h
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Sylv - sylv.net author services 3h
Oric and the Lockton Castle was nominated for the 2019 Readers Choice Awards contest by TCK Publishing! Please vote for it at on page 12
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