- Gearwor is looking for collaborators for an online Beowulf project.
- The Valve has a post on Wagner's Volsungs.
- Steven Till tells us about Stephen of Blois.
- The Swain has more on "Medieval Literature I Didn't Know."
- Quid Plura tells us about Bernie Casay and Gargoyles.
- News for Medievalists tells us about plans to boycott a medieval festival in Ontario.
- Medieval Silkwork shows us some pillow fabric. If it'll help promote traffic to medieval websites, let me also point out there's a topless woman in this post.
- Muhlberger has a post about the discussion of banners in the trial of Joan d'Arc.
- Miglior Acque discusses Simon Armitage on Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
- Speaking of which, I think you can see Michael Wood on Beowulf on the BBC website if you're in the UK, but not being in the UK I can't really check it. If someone on that side of the Atlantic wants to confirm the link is good in the comments below, that would be great.
- Heavenfield has a very nice post on the realm of Humbria.
- Hammered Out Bits has a video showing cutting the bloom.
- Jonathan Jarrett discusses Dr. Alice Rio's work on economic change in early medieval Ireland.
- The Anglo-Saxon Narrative Poetry project has a new section of Juliana, lines 225-266.
- Archaeology in Europe has an update with ten new posts.
Monday, June 08, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
I have absolutely nothing of interest to say about the Ren Faire. I trusted pirates, got a sunburn, and watched all types of stunts involving fire. Here, however, are some people who do have something to say: