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There is a stack of links to things you might find interesting again – time to clear out those browser tabs and send you careening through the internet! First of all, Cathy writes about Greek sprang hairnets. Erik Kwakkel writes … Continue reading

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Friday, linktime… Amica and Maria, two textile nerds (according to their own description) have started a new blog called Historical Textiles. Gillian Polack is collecting recipes from SF fandom, and she wants yours too. The recipes will end up in … Continue reading

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I have a gazillion of browser tabs open, and that needs to change. So I’m going to give you a gazillion of links! First of all, Franklin Habit has mashed Victorian knitting into an entirely non-Victorian baby hat that is … Continue reading

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One of the things that keep me absolutely fascinated with the Middle Ages and medieval stuff is the constant discovery of new things. Well, new to me. New aspects, new interpretations, new discoveries, new finds – our image of medieval … Continue reading

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And once more, a slew of tabs has accumulated in my browser,  so it’s high time for me to post those links and close the things… The “Kaiserchronik” will get a new edition, thanks to a British University. A Norwegian … Continue reading

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There is, as usual, a stack of things to do today… before I leave for London tomorrow. I can’t believe it is tomorrow already. Good thing that my presentation was finished before I left for Tannenberg (well, apart from that … Continue reading

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They have accumulated again, those pesky links. Or are they pesky? You might want to decide for yourself. Here they are: Cathy posts a review of Marianne Vedeler’s book “Silk for the Vikings”. Jonathan Jarrett has put together a resources … Continue reading

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