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Fortunately (for me), last week was a tad bit slower at the Twitter feed. Before getting into the main topics, I would like to direct you towards a nice round-up of Arthurian links at the Senchus website, as well as an article … Continue reading →
It was a relatively busy over at the Twitter feed the preceding week. Naturally this is partly due to St. Patrick’s Day, but there happened to appear a number of other items of interest as well. Before jumping into the main categories, … Continue reading →
And here we are, at yet another Twitter feed week-in-review. Anglo-Saxons: The 8th of March being Women’s Day, it seems look a good place to start today is with an article on the participation of women in Anglo-Saxon world. Having … Continue reading →
Here is the next installment of my week-in-review from Þæt Eald-Ænglisce Blog’s Twitter feed. Anglo-Saxons: Although I’m no big fan of Normans, it is still necessary to study them for the obviously huge role they played in European history. Fortunately, Medievalists.net has recently made a post … Continue reading →
This past week was Celt mania at the Twitter feed, perhaps in anticipation of Saint David’s Day being celebrated, which is big in the Celtic world, in particularly in Wales where he is the country’s patron saint. General: Before getting into the main categories, I … Continue reading →