Monthly Archives: April 2018

Pulling the Threads Together

After a lot of nibbling away and digging into what would previously have felt like arcane areas of research, the line through my argument seems to be getting clearer, and at present it feels defensible to say that Boeve was … Continue reading

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Another step on the road

Yesterday was no one’s idea of a good way to start the week – Monday – all day endless heavy grey skies, constant rain, and chilly. And I couldn’t get my head into work mode, but eventually I thought I … Continue reading

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A long day

It feels like a long hard day! Only just finishing reading, and there’s still more to do no doubt, but thanks to good friends and colleagues and their insights, although we work in rather different spheres, I think I have … Continue reading

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Ceremony and security

The re-ordering is still waiting to be done because I have been looking into the contexts that might underscore Boeve’s victorious entry into Southampton. While we know there are no records of ludic activity extant before 1428, there are many … Continue reading

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