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The website redesign is finally all done and finished. There’s a few more articles I’d like to add to the main page, but they are not time-critical – and the rest is all done. The menu structures are fine, all … Continue reading

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Here you go, a little link salad, just for you: The concept of Home in the age of the Internet: here. German place names, in phonetic English, on a map (embedded in a German article): here. Larsdatter’s content index for … Continue reading

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Yesterday, I received a mail informing me that a colleague had stumbled across a .pdf version of a Festschrift for Frans Verhaeghe, online and downloadable free of charge. Since I am a curious person, I took a look at the … Continue reading

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Today is one of those days when I really don’t know what to blog about. I don’t even have a bad joke to share with you. I can tell you that I am going to bake a cake today, but … Continue reading

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I was properly busy yesterday and added more pictures to the shop as well as a few new items. Among them, brand-spanking-new: six-holed weaving tablets (made of parchment) and very variable slate frames. You can check out the new goodies … Continue reading

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I have finally updated the homepage at www.pallia.net – and for those of you in Germany (or at least reading German) who are interested in getting all the news from pallia, you can now sign up to a newsletter that … Continue reading

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I stumbled across this link a few days ago: archaeologywordsmith is a page with some kind of archaeology dictionary – so if you ever wanted to read about trowels, ditches, mottes and a gazillion other things, you can do that … Continue reading

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