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    formerglory.ie Former Glory - Period Property in Ireland

    Interested in Medieval History? Medievalists.net has been online since September 2008 and is the home for news, articles, videos, information and other resources relating to the Middle Ages and medieval society. So whether you are a medieval professor or a fan of video games with knights in them,... Read article

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    e-moon60.livejournal.com MoonScape - A few notes on writing

    [ ] Thanks to Twitter, I have windows into quite a few venues where writing of varied quality may be read and--sometimes--laughed at. Not talking about humor, here, but about writing that is unintentionally bad. Recently, in the guise of research, I've been following medievalists.net on Twitt... Read article

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    ventibelli.wordpress.com 2011 August 03 « Venti Belli: The Winds of War

    Venti Belli: The Winds of War. Archive for August 3, 2011. Medieval CFPs, Kalamazoo 2012. Daniel P. Franke. Pages. Medievalists.net. Megan Morris’ Victorian Hauntings Blog. The Kings of War. Tanya Roth’s Blog. Dr. Grimsley’s War Historian Blog. Muhlberger’s World History. Meta. Follow Venti Belli... Read article

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    medievalistsnet.tumblr.com Medievalists.net — A look at how we portray the Middle Ages in...

    A look at how we portray the Middle Ages in movies, tourism, on TV, stage, and in books. http://www.medievalists.net/2014/05/13/staging-medievalisms-touching-middle-ages-contemporary-performance/ Medievalists.net Read article

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    medievalradio.org ‘Past Perfect!’ Continues | CEU Medieval Radio

    CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents this week's 'Past Perfect!' (June 25-27, 30) featuring editors of www.medievalists.net Peter Konieczny and Sandra Sadowsky, who will talk about their original objectives in setting up one of the most important online media dedicated to medieval history, the har... Read article

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    plus.google.com Peter Konieczny - About - Google+

    Peter Konieczny - Editor of Medievalists.net Read article

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    kabroder.tumblr.com Wynbeam, Links

    Links Here are some links to other Medieval sites you may be interested in: Medievalists.net Medieval Reader Unlocked Wordhoard Medium Aevum Read article

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    inkscar.tumblr.com Inkscar's bits & pieces - Medieval Food - Medievalists.net

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    fantasyecho.livejournal.com Fantasyecho: Things in my Tabs

    France Passes Anti-Transphobia Law Medievalists.net: The Political Significance of Headgear in the Mamluk Empire NYT: The Challenge of making Friends as an Adult Classic Movies in Ottoman miniatures style Ghost In the Shell: The Machinations of Gender Dualisms An Object Lesson in White Privilege:… Read article

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    blog.acton.org PowerLinks – 08.06.12 | @ActonInstitute PowerBlog

    Greed wasn’t good in the Middle Ages – historian looks at medieval business ethics Camille Brown, Medievalists.net In describing the contradiction Read article

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    eliskimo.livejournal.com Eliskimo:

    So ... does anyone have an extra 14 million Euros lying about and would you like to make me Countess for Christmas?? http://www.medievalists.net/2010/12/2 8/castle-and-countship-for-sale-in-italy/ Read article

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    charismaticfeeds.com From Other Worldly to Worldly: Materialism, Anomie, and the Decline … – Charismatic Feeds

    From Other Worldly to Worldly: Materialism, Anomie, and the Decline of Catharism's Charismatic Appeal. By. Medievalists.net. – April 29, 2012 Posted in: Articles. From Other Worldly to Worldly: ... These spiritual elites became known as Perfects, Good Men or Women, and Good ... You can leave a re... Read article

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    skydancingblog.com Sunday Reads, and other things… « Sky Dancing

    And my last link on recent news about Monty Python…proof that even Professors and Scholars can produce essays that delve into the deep crevasses of Monty Python’s brand of humor and analyze it in a very serious way. Monty Python and the Holy Grail: Madness with a Definite Method « Medievalists.ne... Read article

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    elisabeth.carnell.com Now Serving: disjointed miscellany soup | The View From Kalamazoo

    (Yes, that was shameless pimping.) *More pimping: Peter over at medievalists.net has done a ton of work on the ‘Kalamazoo’ section, so go give him kudos. (even if he has plans to put me and a camera in the same room… I’m trying not to hold it against him) Sorry, other than the above I have nothin... Read article

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    blog.fairfield.edu In the News » The Bellarmine Museum of Art to open this month

    Posted on October 4th, 2010 filed in Web With the long-awaited public opening of the Bellarmine Museum of Art scheduled for October 25, Fairfield University in Connecticut introduces a permanent sanctuary for its growing art collection and future exhibitions. Museum hours will be Monday through F... Read article

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