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Our latest roundup of medieval news...
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Our photo of the week comes from the 2015 White Truffle Fair in Alba, Italy, which included a historical reenactment. See more images from Giorgio Montersino's Flickr Album
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Our photo of the week is of Burt Castle, a 16th century fortress built in Ireland. Photo by Greg Clarke/ Flickr
A roundup of this week's news for medievalists...
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The British Library is looking for help trying to solve an inscription on a medieval sword...
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All the tweets (in chronological order) from the Biennial London Chaucer Conference, held at Senate House Library, 10-11 July 2015. [Note: this captures only tweets using the official confernece hashtag #Chaucer2015]
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UCL Festival of the Arts, 21 May 2015, 18:30 to 19:30 - Live tweets from public discussion on the use and abuse of digital images of medieval books: #ManuscriptsNow
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Kiera Naylor collected the tweets from the Australian and New Zealand Medieval Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies conference at University of Queensland in Brisbane. The conference was held from July 14-18, 2015. [View the story "ANZAMEMS 2015 - Medieval Conference in Australia" on Storify]
Our latest medieval news roundup takes a look at cancer research in Iceland, a new Byzantine research centre in Turkey, and the discovery of the remains of a boy in Siberia who lived back in the 12th century.
[View the story "Could the Vikings slay cancer? - Medieval News Roundup" on Storify]Photo credit: Yamalo-Nenets regional Museum and Exhibition Complex
Recent news for medievalists, including the restoration of a 15th-century manuscript, and the discovery of a Norman castle. And check out the great video from the people behind Just for Laughs Gags:
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