Items of Interest
Found this fascinating and very moving. https://t.co/zuCneejBsJ
— Dig For Archaeology (@ForArchaeology) January 6, 2022
Remarkable c.5,000 year old megalithic art inside the passage tomb of Fourknocks, County Meath. pic.twitter.com/jzfWRhXEJF
— Neil Jackman (@JackmanNeil) January 8, 2022
— John Vigar (@johnevigar) January 11, 2022
Spent part of the week hunting down records of Tudor ships with silly names, and came to realise just how much ship graffiti I've recorded over the years.
So a brief chronology of crap, & not so crap, ship graffiti through the ages. pic.twitter.com/vVzQj8eJxS
— Medieval Graffiti (@MedievalG) January 14, 2022
— Dr Maddy Pelling (@MaddyPelling) January 12, 2022
— Gareth Harney (@OptimoPrincipi) January 13, 2022
Found this engraved into the side of a church organ yesterday alongside names dating back to the 1940s.
“Beloved – I love you. I would fill pages with that one simple sentence. Oh God, I love you. I love you. I love you.” pic.twitter.com/cH8GKunvC6
— Sophie Flynn (@sophielflynn) January 23, 2022