Arabic Assembly Marks in Medieval Timber-Framed Buildings

Arabic Assembly Marks in Medieval Timber-Framed Buildings At the Vernacular Architecture Group's excellent winter conference on the theme of Marks ...
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St Peter and St Paul, Bardfield Saling, Essex

St Peter and St Paul, Bardfield Saling, Essex The church of St Peter and St Paul in Bardfield Saling (also ...
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The Trotula: A Medieval Compendium of Women’s Medicine

The Trotula Edited and Translated by Monica H. Green. University of Pennsylvania Press 2001 An accessible English Translation of the ...
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January Miscellany

January Miscellany Upcoming Events Hidden Charms 3, April 18th 2020, Chester James Wright of Triskele Heritage has several upcoming talks ...
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St Catherine, Gosfield, Essex

St Catherine, Gosfield, Essex The history of the church of St Catherine at Gosfield is tied in with the de ...
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St Martin’s Cathedral, Leicester

St Martin's Cathedral, Leicester Leicester Cathedral was built from the 12th to the 15th centuries and much altered and restored ...
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St Mary, Puddletown, Dorset

St Mary, Puddletown, Dorset Puddletown in Dorset derives its name from the nearby River Piddle. It was apparently, originally called ...
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Magic in Medieval Manuscripts

Magic in Medieval Manuscripts, Sophie Page, 2004; expanded hardback edition by British Library 2017. Small but perfectly formed: this books ...
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All Saints, Great Chesterford, Essex

All Saints, Great Chesterford, Essex All Saints church in Great Chesterford, Essex, dates from the 13th century. although most of ...
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December Miscellany

December Miscellany Pictures This month's pictures are from the Roman Britain and Europe galleries in the British Museum. Future Events ...
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The Tudor House Museum and the D-Day Wall, Southampton, Hampshire

The Tudor House Museum The Tudor House came into being in 1491, when Sir John Dawtrey, Overseer of the Port ...
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“The noblest monument of English Prose…” The King James Bible

Begun in 1604 and published in 1611, the King James Version became the Authorised Version of the Bible, and has ...
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