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Review: Elizabeth Boyle, ‘Closing the Book on Celtic’.

Having donned a ridiculously fluffy hood and finally graduated from Cambridge, I thought I had escaped the clutches of ASNaC (a friendly acronym for my degree in ‘Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic’) for good. Less than three weeks after strolling down … Continue reading

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Learn Broadsword in Toronto

Medieval sword fighting has gotten the unfortunate association with LARPing (no, in fact, most medievalists do not LARP), but it was, of course, a serious martial art in the middle ages. The Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts (AEMMA) in … Continue reading

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