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A Wooden Basilica in Montreal

I went to Montreal last week, and had a chance to visit the Notre Dame Basilica of Montreal, a stunningly beautiful example of Neo-Gothic architecture: Now, while Neo-Gothic is really a 19th century interpretation of gothic style rather than an … Continue reading

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Physician Faceoff: Medieval England vs. Canada

Here’s what Edward Kealey has to say about the availability of doctors in 12th century England: ┬ámore valid [in comparison to dividing total population by total number of physicians] ratio of physicians to people can be obtained by measuring selected … Continue reading

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