Power and Politics in Medieval Iberia: What Primary Sources can tell us about Rulers and Ruled

Download this article (includes footnotes and bibliography)Download The historian’s enigma is to extract a logical and reliable narrative from material that is generally neither of those things. This statement is especially true for medieval primary sources which are rightfully considered articles whose information must be assessed with particular scrutiny. The often-sparse number of medieval sources … Continue reading Power and Politics in Medieval Iberia: What Primary Sources can tell us about Rulers and Ruled

Rebuilding the Old Tyne Bridge: The Victorians’ Relationship With Their Medieval Heritage

Download this article (includes footnotes, bibliography, and primary sources)Download https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu841gWqa64 Our video presentation (above) gives a quick and accessible summary of our main arguments. An important aspect of how a civilisation defines its own identity rests on how it perceives its own history. In this article, we are looking at one aspect of how a … Continue reading Rebuilding the Old Tyne Bridge: The Victorians’ Relationship With Their Medieval Heritage