Category Archives: Peper Harow

Mapping the Medieval Countryside

Every now and again, I find out about an online resource that goes on to yield information I did not know existed up until that point, either because it makes available material that was previously unpublished or that was sequestered away … Continue reading

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The enduring lure of dressed blocks of stone

My first real love in medieval history and archaeology was ecclesiastical architecture. Time has passed and my tastes have shifted, to the point where I found it a little tricky to do justice to my reinterpretation of the early fabric … Continue reading

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What a month

I can’t say I’m sad that January is very nearly at an end. I know many people who have tried to adhere to a “Dry January” rule this year, with mixed results, but my month has not been dry in … Continue reading

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