Monthly Archives: April 2015

Aah! Books!

The Central Library’s interlibrary loan service is proving to be invaluable, if a bit expensive! Robert Allen Rouse’s book on the importance of Anglo-Saxon references in medieval texts proved to be absolutely fascinating and so informative and helpful to my … Continue reading

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Books and manuscripts

A rather quiet week after the Easter break while I’m waiting for books to arrive. After some debate, I found what looks like a useful option for extending my understanding of towns in the thirteenth and fouteenth centuries – not … Continue reading

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Easter and new considerations

A quick glance through the God’s House Cartulary has helped with some of my thinking, which is at the stage of needing some refining. Apart from that it has been a rather frustrating week. The one book I hoped to … Continue reading

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