#medievaltwitter

For all the medievalists out there.

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Kristen Mapes Kristen Mapes @kmapesy

“Though such statements are sometimes made without malice or intent to harm, the harm they cause is nonetheless rea… https://t.co/xnCnFbdNEu

2 months ago
Cathedralverger Cathedralverger @NchCathVerger

You can see the small roundel underneath the “Pieta” in the central panel of #medievaltwitter Stunning glass btw a… https://t.co/TAoDvsVeQR

2 months ago
Cathedralverger Cathedralverger @NchCathVerger

These three “Trinity” hares #medievaltwitter I spotted today at Long Melford Church https://t.co/No4FsZAIpX

2 months ago
Elizabeth Biggs Elizabeth Biggs @elizabethcbiggs

Durham has a fab collection of mss and printed books and a great chance to create own project in the library.… https://t.co/OJIFVBAtbf

4 months ago
culturised culturised @culturised

Elizabeth Wilson explores the real meaning of medieval penis trees… (warning, contains many puns) #medievaltwitter https://t.co/dU1h1UDo0K

5 months ago
Pearl Poet Society Pearl Poet Society @PearlPoetSoc

Going 2 @KzooICMS? Don’t miss these Pearl Poet Events! & tweet @ us during the conf w/ #PearlPoet 4 a RT! #kzoo2017https://t.co/pVYoRzUlwG

5 months ago
Lucy Lucy @singingscholar

@AkselToll @operarocksme I feel as though there’s probably research about the absence of body hair in medieval art;… https://t.co/GJSUcYOYUM

5 months ago
laura crombie laura crombie @lauraandandi

HOW can i call myself a medieval historian when i did not know that Neil Patrick Harris played Charles VII?!… https://t.co/QxHpJxmMdV

5 months ago
Dean Irwin Dean Irwin @medievaljews

Any #medievaltwitter people have any suggestions as to Fulk de… ? Been debating where it could be for a while now. https://t.co/DU8nwSTHa3

5 months ago
Otávio Luiz Otávio Luiz @otto_orentil

Woman kills Varangian guard who tried to rape her. Skylitzes Ms., fol. 208. #medievaltwitter https://t.co/uxXH33qm7N

5 months ago
Mittelalterblog Mittelalterblog @Mittelalterblog

1158: a) the year the diet of Roncaglia took place, b) the current number of entries in our #medievaltwitter list https://t.co/I8IX7jo15V

5 months ago
(((Karl Kinsella))) (((Karl Kinsella))) @Karl_Kinsella

What sites or resources do people use to find out about conferences? #medievaltwitter

5 months ago
Jonah Coman Jonah Coman @MxComan

Anybody in #Durham, #manchester, #birmingham libraries at this cursed hour? Need a scan of few pgs and libs have the book #medievaltwitter

5 months ago
Matt Gabriele Matt Gabriele @prof_gabriele

map of 9th/ 10th/ 11th/ 12th c manuscript survivals for Haimo of Auxerre’s commentaries. #medievaltwitter https://t.co/OMzj2DrZCL

5 months ago

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