Monthly Archives: September 2015

You CAN tell a book by its cover

Delighted to say that the Bevis book now has a cover! And a very pleasing one too; all those involved seem happy with it. Calum, the highly experienced professional in charge of producing it, seems to have caught exactly the … Continue reading

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Book and Language

Good news: the final styling process for the Bevis book is about to take place, and publicity for it is under consideration. The opportunity to participate in bringing our local hero to a new audience in a new translation is … Continue reading

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Contemporary architecture

Fourteenth-century Southampton developed its defensive measures against French invasion but the walls with their great arcade blocked parts of the existing quayside buildings, as can be seen in the large image above and the small image below. However, the remains … Continue reading

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