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84 English Heritage archaeology monographs free to download

From the Past Horizons Website: English Heritage (EH) and the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) have made available 84 EH Monographs covering a wide range of subjects, periods and specialisms. EH has a long tradition of producing highly illustrated archaeological monographs … Continue reading

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Forme of Cury in Context – Another Edit

The paper that lives outside of my comfort zone is finally close to completion. I’ve reached the point where I have to set it aside for a while so that I can read it again and I’ve been seeking input … Continue reading

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Forme of Cury in Context – Thoughts

So, in doing research to write my paper putting Forme of Cury into historical perspective, I am Having Thoughts. The more that I read about Richard II’s competition with Charles VIs court, his continual efforts to end the Hundred Year … Continue reading

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Peter Scholieres: A 14th Century Dietetic (Flemish/Walloon/Liegeois)

For my Flemish/Walloon/Liegeois aficionados: http://leslefts.blogspot.com/2014/02/a-fourteenth-century-dietetic-belgian.html (Homepage for Peter Scholieres: http://research.vub.ac.be/history/peter-scholiers-0)´╗┐

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Spanish Influence in Flanders

Does anyone have any specific information about Spanish influence in Flanders previous to the split? I’m curious how Spanish culture would have translated in the Low Countries context and wanted to see what people know from any research they’d already … Continue reading

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The Medieval Travelling Spice Kit – 13th & 14th Centuries

One of my foodie friends was talking about the “Traveling Spice Kit” that they had put together. It was a small collection of “must have” spices in little bottles that he kept in a little box that he would then … Continue reading

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