- Psalms 127-129 are up on Anglo-Saxon Aloud.
- The Lost Fort has pictures of Quedlinburg Cathedral.
- Don't know what to get the medievalist on your Christmas list? Quid Plura has some suggestions (and they are more likely to go over well than are my annual Viking Kitten recommendations). Or how about a medieval field flask (link courtesy A Commonplace Book)?
- Got Medieval has a message for the media: "I'm willing to cut you a little slack on the word 'medieval' if you keep your grubby little hands off Mr. Geoffrey Chaucer."
- Magistra et Mater posts on the accusation of sodomy after the Gregorian Reformation, in response to Matthew Kuefler's "Male Friendship and the Suspicion of Sodomy in Twelfth-Century France.”
- Luxoria, Space Ritual, the Mabinogion, and flying saxophones are up at A Corner of Tenth Century Europe.
- A 13th century rent book gives a glimpse of medieval Ledbury, courtesy News for Medievalists.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Morning Medieval Miscellany
Karma here. Today is supposed to be a huge trek-to-library day, but I might have to swim to campus. While I ponder the best way to get some art history books home unscathed despite the rain, I figure I'd stall by putting up a Medieval Miscellany.