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Peter Konieczny Sandra Alvarez (Medievalists)
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The sons of Eadmund Ironside, Anglo-Saxon king at the court of Saint Stephen By Sándor Fest Etudes sur l’Europe centre-orientale. Ostmitteleuropäische Bibliothek, No.14 (1938) Introduction: Eadmund Ironside died shortly after his agreement with Canute, King of Denmark, deciding the boundaries of his realm. His decease took place on 30th November 1016. The widowed Queen, Ealdgyth remained …
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The purpose of this study is to examine the role of the religious military orders, and of the Teutonic Knights in particular, within the process of change in developing the concept of a religious and a Christian warrior during the Crusades, or, in other words, how the existing Latin ideal of religious retreat was adapted, blended and attached to the chivalric image of Western Europe in the Holy Land, as reflected in the statutes of the Teutonic K...
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Normandy can be said to have begun in 911 with the treaty of St.Clair-sur-Epte between Charles the Simple and the viking Rollo.
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Collaborative team projects yield Gold-Medal-worthy results, joust with champions at Hampton Court Palace, take a tour of the Getty Museum's new manuscript exhibit "Things Unseen," and watch Viking experts test out a new game!
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British population history has been shaped by a series of immigrations, including the early Anglo-Saxon migrations after 400 CE. It remains an open question how these events affected the genetic composition of the current British population.
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just England then nobody and nowhere else? the point is invalid unless it shows all of Europe, we are taught this in primary school but we are also taught that the immigrants soon assimilated unlike today and we also learned the pattern migration from the British Isles 
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Medical practice in fifteenth-century England is often seen as suffering from the low status and unregulated practice of which Thomas Linacre later complained.
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We all know the hooded, ominous figure of the medieval hangman, but in fact that image owes much more to nineteenth-century imaginations than to any historical reality.
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It focuses on two key and archaeologically well-explored castles: Trim and Carrickfergus, and their supporting fortification networks.
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Throughout the late medieval period, books were an integral part of religious monastic life, and yet such objects have received little attention from an analytical archaeological perspective, despite the significant quantity of metal book fittings recovered from archaeological sites.
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The name Brazil is probably the sweetest sounding name that any large race of the Earth possesses
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Focusing on the important case of Florence, the administrative uses of records connected to government, diplomacy and military needs will be discussed, and evidence will be provided that such documentary practices accelerated significantly during the so-called Italian Wars (from 1494 onwards).
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Then, as now, the psalms were the principal teaching text for all Christians, explaining and exemplifying the praise and penitence that form the cornerstones of medieval piety and faith.
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