- Medieval Research with Joyce discusses researching illumination for her historical romance.
- Medieval Cookery has posted manuscript images of the Forme of Cury.
- Studies of Popular Culture and the Middle Ages has two CfPs: Why Arthur and SGGK in Popular Culture.
- Anglo-Saxon Aloud is now going to start doing prose.
- A Stitch in Time discusses selling things at (modern) medieval markets.
- Steven Till has several new posts, including one on Hedingham Castle, the lancet (in windows), a discussion of fantasy artist Michael Komarck, an article on a knight's skeleton, and a review of Warrior of God.
- Senchus discusses the possible meanings of a Pictish symbol.
- The Swain talks about his impressions of Hrolf Kraki and makes some medieval connections with Captain Cook.
- Quid Plura commemorates the Battle of Kosovo.
- Podictionary discusses the medieval origins of the words Boston and tennis.
- Per Omnia Saecula reviews The Last Legion.
- News for Medievalists has about a half-dozen new articles, including one on friend of the Wordhoard Stuart Lee. I once had a student listen to Lee's podcasts and say, "You say the same things he does," to which I replied, "No, he says the same things I do!" Seriously, though, do they think Old English is a different language from school to school? Of course we said the same things!
- Muhlberger has a link to images from the Foteviken Open Air Viking Museum, and claims the medieval people would find El Cid the best movie ever.
- Modern Medieval has a link to a medievalist Bizarro comic.
- Medievalism discusses two new books: Renaissance Medievalisms and The Gargoyles of Notre Dame: Medievalism and the Monsters of Modernity.
- Medieval Material Culture Blog links to an armor exhibit in D.C.
- Lingwe announces the Hobbitonian Anthology of Articles about J.R.R. Tolkien and his Legendarium.
- You can win free swag over at In the Middle, read about Anglo-Saxon apartheid, or read about Mark Sanford as Lancelot.
- Stephanie Trigg has images of Bruno's medieval costume.
- The Heroic Age has an update with nine new posts.
- Got Medieval has medievalist portraits of Michael Jackson, and video game review of Joust, Inferno, and Magna Carta II.
- A Corner of Tenth Century Europe has posts on the Spanish March of Aizo, a charter workshop at Oxford, and wizards in Asturias.
- If you don't want to go to Oxford to read charters, Another Damned Medievalist breaks it down for you.
- A Chaucer bobblehead!
- Since the last Miscellany, Archaeology in Europe has had over two dozen new posts. That's what I get for waiting so long to do another MMM.
- About.com defines the Anglo-Saxons.
- Carmen's Chatter discusses the influence of AElfric on the Rule of St. Benedict.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
For your Tuesday morning: