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Richard Utz and Jeff Rider on how the Middle Ages still give us meaning

What follows is a brief interview with Richard Utz which summarises how our ways of looking at and reading the Middle Ages have changed ever since the 19th century. While this talk is just an introduction, a synopsis of a lecture, here you can watch in full Jeff Rider on the usefulness of the Middle … Continue reading

On the French Institute of Byzantine Studies in Bucharest

As I am leaving Bucharest in a couple of hours, it seems appropriate to share this lecture (in Romanian) by my friend Dr Ionut Alexandru Tudorie on the history of the French Institute of Byzantine Studies in Bucharest:

Byzantine gentlemen and seals on YouTube this week

These week two ‘Byzantine’ videos are travelling around YouTube and Facebook. Jonathan Shea, Teaching Fellow in Byzantine History at Dumbarton Oaks, speaks about Byzantine seals preserved in the Dumbarton Oaks collection, the largest one in the world:     Paolo Odorico presents his French translation of Kekaumenos’s Conseils et récits d’un gentilhomme byzantin:  

In this unbearable heat, here comes something refreshing

How medieval books were made

Here is a seriously cool interactive on the making of the medieval book. I was obsessed with it recently so I thought I should share it with all of you: http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/pharos/images/swf/manuscript/manuscript_5a.html Divna

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