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By Danièle CybulskieAs Western Christians moved ever further south and east, they encountered not only new cultures, but new creatures. Stories of incredible and deadly beasts filtered back home in travel writing, legends, and bestiaries to amuse and astound...
Building the Parish Church, 1150-1300Lecture by Meg BernsteinGiven as part of the British Archaeological Association Annual Lecture Series, on April 6, 2022VIDEOExcerpt: Estimated somewhere between 8000 and 9000 examples, parish churches containing at least some medieval building fabric are...
The ‘Nuclear’ Hillforts of Early Medieval Scotland Paper by Zachary HinckleyGiven at the Archaeological Research in Progress conference at the University of Aberdeen on May 28, 2022VIDEOAbstract: The ‘nuclear’ fort was first proposed by R.B.K Stevenson (1949) as consisting...
Spinning Destinies: Norns, Valkyries and the Art of Textile Production in the Viking AgeKeynote paper by Edel PorterGiven at the VI International Conference on Myth in the Arts on September 16, 2022VIDEOExcerpt: What we’re particularly interested in for the...
The Ellerby Hoard, the collection of more than 260 gold coins dating to between 1610 and 1727 that was discovered under the floorboards of a North Yorkshire couple’s kitchen, has been sold. As planned, each coin was put up...