- Age of Perfection compares Leeds and Kalamazoo.
- JJ Cohen and Eileen Joy are live blogging Leeds. Ooops, here's another Cohen post that came up while I wrote this Miscellany.
- Archaeology in Europe has an article on the search for the tomb of Suleiman I.
- The Bitter Scroll muses about depression, Tolkien, and the Anglo-Saxon worldview.
- Another Damned Medievalist is blogging a monasticism conference.
- A Commonplace Book has a recreation of the Pas de la Belle Pelerine to be held at Pennsic, and a post on shield construction.
- A Corner of Tenth Century Europe has a post on fiscal land, and a post on some recent readings.
- The Cranky Professor has a post (and image) about a statue of Virgin and Child made around 980. The statue was made then, not the post.
- Got Medieval has a knight confronting a snail.
- Henchminion responds to the snail image, and the weird similarity between Richard Scarry and De Nominibus Utensilium.
- Heavenfield discusses the symbolism of the number 300 in medieval battles, and shows us where to win free tickets to Brendan and the Secret of Kells.
- The Heroic Age has over a dozen new posts.
- Heroic Dreams discusses an upcoming book on castles, and the new Wheel of Time book.
- Humanities Researcher has a CfP on blogging and medieval studies.
- Lingwe discusses Tolkien Studies 6 and a planned Lewis/Tolkien collaboration that never took place.
- The Lost Fort has some beautiful castle images.
- Lost in Transcription has some Pearl-Poet Society CfPs for K'zoo 2010.
- The Medieval Garden Enclosed has a post on grain harvesting.
- Medieval Material Culture Blog posts some new exhibits.
- Medievalism announces that the Studies in Medievalism conference deadline is extended, and discusses the Post-Historical Middle Ages.
- Modern Medieval discusses the construction of the "Dark Ages" and "Renaissance."
- News for Medievalists has four new stories.
- Per Omnia Saecula watches In the Name of the King so you don't have to.
- Steven Till discusses the Battle of Barnet and interviews Victor Verney.
- Getting Medieval discusses some medieval skeletons.
- Gearwor discusses the Beowulf on the Beach kerfluffle, and has Beowulf, fitt 13.
- Medieval Research with Joyce discusses books on medieval manuscripts.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
Here's a Miscellany for your Wednesday morning. Since I'm writing this Tuesday night, and Leeds is ongoing, the Miscellany will be about 6 hours old when you can finally read it.