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Bayeaux

Fabulous research place for medieval documents (or at least one supper spiffy 9th century bible). You get to have great close ups of EVERY PAGE!

Fabulous research place for medieval documents (or at least one supper spiffy 9th century bible). You get to have great close ups of EVERY PAGE!

A resource for research. Handicraft by Agis: Archaeological/historical sources

A resource for research. Handicraft by Agis: Archaeological/historical sources

A Celtic Round House at the Flag Fen archaeological site. The site is currently in danger of becoming dehydrated and decaying within a short time period of 20 years. We're supporting a project to rescue and research as much as possible before then!

A Celtic Round House at the Flag Fen archaeological site. The site is currently in danger of becoming dehydrated and decaying within a short time period of 20 years. We're supporting a project to rescue and research as much as possible before then!

Celtic Clothing During the Iron Age- A Very Broad and Generic Approach | heather smith - Academia.edu

Celtic Clothing During the Iron Age- A Very Broad and Generic Approach | heather smith - Academia.edu

Duckworth in The Public Theater’s prop shop, assembling a “torch.” He created a torch with a different effect than just waving silk for a production of King Lear set in the end of the Iron Age.

Duckworth in The Public Theater’s prop shop, assembling a “torch.” He created a torch with a different effect than just waving silk for a production of King Lear set in the end of the Iron Age.

"Over the years archaeologists have pieced together how Iron Age Britain’s prepared their food by looking at the evidence that has been left behind including pots, pans and other food related tools.  Most of the cooked food would have been cooked on an open fire which would have been done either outside during the summer or inside a dwelling during the winter. "

"Over the years archaeologists have pieced together how Iron Age Britain’s prepared their food by looking at the evidence that has been left behind including pots, pans and other food related tools. Most of the cooked food would have been cooked on an open fire which would have been done either outside during the summer or inside a dwelling during the winter. "

In  Act III scene iv, Lear famously rends his garments. There is considerable discussion among commentators re: lear was wearing something like this, or if he still wore his kingly garments  [ Norway ~Iron Age tunic]

In Act III scene iv, Lear famously rends his garments. There is considerable discussion among commentators re: lear was wearing something like this, or if he still wore his kingly garments [ Norway ~Iron Age tunic]

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