Category Archives: internet

One hectic week done, time for some PiMMS

So the Leeds Monasticism Conference – indeed, my return to Leeds in general – was all I hoped it would be and more. Slickly run, diverse in its subject matter and with a couple of really stimulating roundtable sessions at the … Continue reading

Posted in Church, History, internet, Leeds, Monasteries | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Medieval studies in cathedrals and clouds

On the train back to London yesterday I read an article in an arts newspaper discussing “internets” and how open-source “cloud” approaches to art and design offer benefits over and above those derived from orthodox “cathedral”-based methods. It wasn’t just the … Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology, History, internet, News, Politics, Portable Antiquities Scheme, Publishing, WPLongform | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

What St Cuthbert heard

I’ll try and limit myself to a brief post tonight, as I’m dipping my toes into the ocean of Geographical Information Systems (expect an explanatory post without such a weak metaphor at some point in the near future), but I … Continue reading

Posted in Anglo-Saxon, Causeways, internet, Music, Place, Religion, Sea | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

SMSW 3 – a statistical perspective on Surrey’s early medieval coin corpus

Three posts in three days was always going to be a bit of an ask, especially when trying to write them around hosting a dinner party, attending a birthday and London’s premature celebration of Swiss National Day, and watching Chris Froome’s fantastic … Continue reading

Posted in Anglo-Saxon, Archaeology, Being organised, Chertsey, Church, Coins, Dating, Domesday, internet, Landscape, London, Monasteries, Numismatics, Portable Antiquities Scheme, Statistics, Surrey, Trade | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments

SMSW 2 – the reporting of Anglo-Saxon stirrup mount finds in south-east England

Your second dose of medieval mathematics moves away from history and place-names towards archaeology. The inspiration for this post came in the course of recent reading around the topic of “productive sites” and the interpretation of their artefactual profiles (for … Continue reading

Posted in Anglo-Saxon, Archaeology, internet, Portable Antiquities Scheme, Statistics, Surrey | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

SMSW 1 – Surrey place-names in Anglo-Saxon charters

Among the many (too many) unfinished pieces of work I have “on the go” at the present time is the write-up of a talk I gave to the Surrey Archaeological Society’s Villages Study Group in a bitingly-cold village hall early … Continue reading

Posted in Anglo-Saxon, Charters, Chertsey, Church, Documents, Domesday, History, internet, Place-Names, Statistics, Surrey | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments