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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 →
During the course of a given week at Þæt Eald-Ænglisce Blog’s Twitter feed I retweet a great deal of links to articles on many topics relevant to this blog. And so in for those who don’t visit the blog’s Twitter feed, I list out the topics below with … Continue reading →