- Anglo-Saxon Narrative Poetry has Juliana 258-318.
- Archaeology in Europe has had 17 new posts since the last Miscellany.
- Another Damned Medievalist has a quick thought on field specialization among medieval scholars.
- A Corner of Tenth Century Europe discusses the links among a few links.
- Got Medieval has posts on musically-inclined pigs, why medieval protologists would have been wealthy, and the supposed millionth word.
- Hammered Out Bits has forging a rush tip.
- Heavenfield reminds us that the Secret of Kells and Merlin will soon be available to American audiences.
- Henchminion has a nasty description of a medieval wound.
- The Heroic Age, issue 12 is out.
- Heroic Dreams discusses Shuri Castle, and an unidentified medieval castle.
- Humanities Researcher discusses stained glass in film.
- JJ Cohen asks readers if they can think of any premodern aerial views. An interesting question -- except for mappa mundi, I can think of none.
- Magistra et Mater discusses the claim that the ritual of adelphopoiesis was a form of medieval monastic same-sex marriage.
- Friday, June 19th will be Folia Fugitiva: The Pursuit of the Illuminated Manuscript Leaf.
- Miglior Acque has images from the Grimani Breviary.
- Muhlberger's Early History discusses the interview of Walter Goffart at Medievalists.net.
- Musings from a Loon has a contest to promote the novel Pope Joan.
- News for Medievalists has ten new posts.
- Ninalog has images from her new books on dragons.
Saturday, June 13, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
It's still technically morning here, so let me just bump out a handful of these so I don't get too far behind.
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Pope Joan....a decade or a little more ago in anothe rlife, there was an all female group in the city in which I then dwelt that took its name from Pope Joan...odd place to find such a reference.ReplyDelete