- Caught in the Snide discusses Aelfric's De Temporibus Anni.
- Will McLean discusses some of the medieval reenactment at Pennsic.
- Jonathan Jarrett is keeping us up-to-date on Leeds. Sorry for not linking to the individual posts, but time is limited here. Hopefully I'll have a chance to do a Leeds round-up when it's over.
- CyberMedievalist discusses claims that the Lupa Capitalina statue might be medieval.
- Carl Pyrdum has the results of his "Middle Ages in Seven Words/Phrases," a new Google Penance, and a new Mmm...Marginalia!
- Speaking of Google penance, the Naked Philologist has a post about people who apparently think there are homosexual saints in Aelfric's Saint's Lives. Not a big surprise -- there ain't. She also offers a list of introductory Anglo-Saxon resources.
- The Weird Medieval Animal of the Week is the cinnamologus. I don't know if there's any medieval element to this, but she's also plugging her show "time, et. al."
- Over at The Heroic Age, Larry Swain has a bunch of CfPs and job openings.
- The Medieval Club of New York also announces their sponsored sessions at K'zoo next year.
- The Medieval Garden Enclosed discusses St. Swithun's Day, which I missed in all my travels.
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Morning Medieval Miscellany
OK, so it's not morning, but I'm on the road, and have limited computer access. This Miscellany will include whatever I can get to before I'm forced to hit the road again.