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Episodes 35 and 36 - Aberargie, Perth and Kinross; and Aberarth, Ceredigion

Episode 35 – Aberargie

We’re still in Scotland for our first visit today, returning to Perth and Kinross for the village of Aberargie. This is just four miles north-east of Abbots Deuglie, across the M90 motorway. 2,280 more words

Abbey

Historians dispute Trump's claim Trump National Golf Club is situated on historic section of river crossing known as  'The River of Blood' in Potomac River. 

Historians dispute Trump’s claim Trump National Golf Club is situated on historic section of river crossing known as ‘The River of Blood’ in Potomac River. 100 more words

Truth & Reality

Why Understanding Civil War Monuments Matters

Here’s a discussion on confederate monuments and the role historians play in explaining them with my friend and blogging colleague Kevin Levin and Professor Daina Ramey Berry of the University of Texas at Austin.

You can access it here.

Historians

The Blind Historian, and Other Fables

I wouldn’t be a historian if it weren’t for my disability.

At the age of 12 I was diagnosed with a degenerative condition known as retinitis pigmentosa. 3,121 more words

August 2017

Moon-People; And People Before the Moon

I am not quite sure what to make of this fragment. So, here it is.

Theodoros of Samothrace, fr. 2 (BNJ 62 f2) = Schol. ad Ap. 82 more words

Greek

Amerikan Rambler: The Writing Machine

Thankfully, being a historian cuts down on the tendency toward writer’s block. And even though I don’t get paid much for writing, I love doing it.

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HISTORY

Amerikan Rambler: Writing a Book, Part III: Awards

Historians don’t write for money. But like everyone else in this rat race of a country, it doesn’t hurt when you get some cash for something you worked hard on.

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