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Dream-Cræft: History for Music Lovers

Via a post by Medievalists.net I present to you three of many awesome history-themed music videos by History for Music Lovers (also check them out on Facebook and Twitter). I’ve put these three videos into the “History Music” playlist on the Old English Blog YouTube as … Continue reading

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Tīdunga ond Leornung: Seaxa Bān, þā Ealdan Sprǣca

The BBC had an article today stating the 12 recently unearthed Anglo-Saxon skeletons will go on display. If you want to know a bit more on Anglo-Saxons before you see their bones, here’s a useful collection of articles on various aspects of … Continue reading

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Ærend-gewrit: Wicu 7-13 February 2011 on Twittere

For your reading pleasure, another week-in-review from the Twitter feed. Anglo-Saxons: To start off with, those who like Anglo-Saxon history and enjoy listening to podcasts might want be interested in a podcast series dedicated to the English Monarchs and another series looking at English … Continue reading

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Leornung: þā Norþmen ond sēo Norenne Sprǣc

Today my email inbox was inundated with a wave of Norse related sites. And so, for your Norse pleasure, I present a number of them below. To start off with, I came across a nice article on Odin. It probably presents nothing … Continue reading

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Bōc: Nū on þām Internete “Women in Anglo-Saxon England”

Two publications have recently become available to read online, namely, “Women in Anglo-Saxon England” and “Níð, Ergi and Old Norse Moral Attitudes“. Also, Heather Marie Kosur has recently been creating nice reference articles for various features of Old English morphology. Find … Continue reading

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