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This week, Danièle reaches out to romance writers, giving both information and resources for those who want to write their very own medieval novels.
Some of the books, websites and Twitter accounts mentioned in this episode:
A Poisoned Past: The Life and Times of Margarida de Portu, a Fourteenth-Century Accused Poisoner, by Steven Bednarski
Going Medieval: Medieval History, Pop Culture, Swearing, by Eleanor Janega
Sexuality in Medieval Europe, by Ruth Mazo Karras
The Apple of His Eye: Converts from Islam in the Reign of Louis IX, by William Chester Jordan
People of Color in European Art History, by Medievalpoc
The Public Medievalist
Surprised Eel Historian
So may great questions! I'll try to get to them in coming days. But, briefly:
There were LOTS of eels in medieval England. People ate them, traded them, wrote about them, & paid taxes in them. In 1200 there were 500k+ eels being paid in in-kind taxation each year. Here's a map! pic.twitter.com/tHlHqDCDKZ
— Surprised Eel Historian (@greenleejw) December 12, 2019
Can You Move in Armour?
Five Medieval Toothpaste Recipes
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