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Before getting into the Twitter feed week-in-review, I want to first present a really great resource, and that is the British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography. If you are interested in doing research into any period of British or Irish history, … 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 →