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Only 9 days from now, shooting will begin on the film adaptation of Tolkien’s “The Hobbit”, and so it seems an appropriate time to learn about dwarves in Germanic mythology. And if you are going to learn about dwarves, you might as … Continue reading
Twelve Anglo-Saxon skeletons dating from around 750 – 900 A.D. were found earlier this week in Bicester buried under a modern car park where a new community center will be built. In Anglo-Saxon times the site was home to the cemetery belonging to a church that stood … Continue reading