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To begin with, for all those budding medievalists out there, Witan Publishing now offers epublishing service for medieval scholars. It sounds like a great opportunity to get your work out there, so hit them up for further info. An article of general … Continue reading →
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 →
The past week was a bit slower at Þæt Eald-Ænglisce Blog’s Twitter feed. Here’s the week in review, in case you missed it. Anglo-Saxons: The big news this week in the realm of Anglo-Saxon archeology is the coming-to-light of 700 colors photos taken at … Continue reading →