Ever so often we stumble on some minor medieval news, which do not merit a full article, but nevertheless deserve a short notice.
Surfing the net, we often stumble upon minor news about medieval "stuff". Here are some of the interesting tidbits we found this month
Ever so often we stumble upon Minor Medieval News worth mentioning to the wider community of medievalists. Here they are for September 2016
Each month we stumble over news which might interest - upcoming exhibitions, new blogs, new resources. Don't miss the updated list of minor medieval news...
Every month we stumble upon minor medieval news from the Medieval World. The accumulated list for July 2016 can be enjoyed at leisure here
Will it all end in a medieval feud, when 23 individuals homestead at Eden, a barren beach in North Western Scotland? Or might it bring hope to discouraged brexiters?
Every month we stumble upon minor news from the Medieval World. The accumulated list for June can be enjoyed at leisure here
A plaque marks the spot of the grave of Henry I at Reading Abbey. However, the exact location is uncertain and archaeologists are now scanning the ground to find it
The zodiac sign for summer is Cancer. Mythology tells us, it was all about Hercules, but the rest of us know it is about a delicatessen - crayfish
The Vita Caroli Quarti of Charles IV (1316 – 1378) is one of the earliest royal autobiographies written. A new edition celebrates the 700-year anniversary
What is your preferred platform to read the news form the medieval world? As an App, In a Flipboard Magazine? In Newsify? Via our Newsletter?
The Turin Shroud is one of the most contested relics in Christianity. New article (2016) calls for renewed studies of the ancient DNA in the blood-stains
Every other year the German Mediävistenverband avards a prize of € 2000 for a brilliant dissertation. Topics may be freely selected
Hastings is warming up for the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings 1066 - 2016 with reenactments, an artsy festival and a new exhibition
The last year has witnessed a multitude of upheavals in the medieval publishing business. News tells us the consolidation of the large players has not come to an end yet
Mick Aston Photographic competition 2016 for archaeologists has as its theme “religion”. Perhaps inspiration may be had at the bottom of Martin Luther's latrine