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The debate between the Uniates, Orthodox Christians and Catholics over the superiority of the Gregorian calendar is quite well documented by a series of... Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516), “The Garden of Earthly Delights” c.1480-1505, oil on panel. Museo del Prado, Madrid. Image courtesy of Wikimedia... Remember "Alone Yet Not Alone", the movie inspired by the captivity of Barbara and Regina Leininger in the borderlands of 1750s Pennsylvania? ... A reader's comment about teapot spouts got me to thinking how one could clean tea leaves out of the spout. Voilà! Enter the mote [as in speck] spoon,... Jonathan Willis
This post is the first in what may (or may not) become an occasional series about the ravings of assorted Elizabethan ‘madmen’. This... I think I’m a bit of a completist on the quiet. Over the past few years I’ve had seasonal obsessions with Arnold Bennett, Rosamond Lehmann, Anne Tyler,... Ruth and John filming with Graham Riach during season two.
Last year, I was involved in making the Cambridge PhDcasts, with co-producer and tech wizard... By Megan Wilson
Like Margaret, I am an undergraduate at the William Blake Archive with the University of Rochester (BAND). I must commend Margaret on her... Georg Joachim Rheticus was born 500 years ago today in Feldkirch, now in Austria, on 16th February 1514, as Dennis Danielson put it in the title of his...
Textile historians and archaeologists in Copenhagen have a unique opportunity at present to extend their knowledge on early modern textiles, as archaeloists... Browse Posts by Blog Tags