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Ba, ba, black sheep

I seem to be on a woolly streak of late. First a post about tartan some days back, and today a post about sheep. Well: it’s not about sheep, it’s about wool, and seeing as no sheep equals no wool, that per definition means you cannot talk about one without mentioning the other. 1,512 more words

Writing

Keeping Up With the Cantilupes [S01E01]

A Medieval Family Saga

If the Cantilupe family had their own TV series it would be a bloodier version of the Forsyte Saga, with more Williams in it. 1,196 more words

Middelalderlige beherskelse

When planning this trip I did not expect that my absolute favourite thing about Møn would be the churches. In reality we went for the cliffs, hiking and camping, but stayed for the Medieval lunacy of the local churches. 738 more words

Being A Tourist

Beowulf

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poems/detail/50114

The picture is “Beowulf” by Howard David Johnson. Beowulf, in my opinion, is one of the greatest poems in existence. It is the oldest surviving poem in Old English. 72 more words

Love and Marriage in the Middle Ages (Medieval Mondays #5a)

Getting married in the medieval times was a complicated business.

On the one hand, it seemed straightforward enough – far less complicated than today:

  • Almost every man and woman could reasonably expect to someday wed.
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Writing

STEM Learning and More!

We have enjoyed many activities that correlated with our focus on medieval times! Let’s highlight a few of our favorites. Building, painting, and testing catapults! Using our weaving board! 18 more words

Education

STEM Learning and More!

We have enjoyed many activities that correlated with our focus on medieval times! Let’s highlight a few of our favorites.

Building, painting, and testing catapults! 24 more words

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