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It was a fantastic talk from @DrJEBall Keep an eye out for the video when it goes up, it is worth a watch!
This is going to be amazing. Battlefield archaeology, ancient warfare, @DrJEBall, what's not to love here! @womeninclassics @ancientwarfare @BattlesAncients @greekhistorypod https://t.co/acHJIkwnQKManu Dal Borgo@m_dal_borgo
This is going to be amazing. Battlefield archaeology, ancient warfare, @DrJEBall, what's not to love here! @womeninclassics @ancientwarfare @BattlesAncients @greekhistorypod
Looking forward to @DrJEBall on Warfare and Archaeology TOMORROW at the @WolfsonCam Ancient Warfare Wednesdays with @CezaryKucewicz at the helm.
One more smokin warfare lady! @womeninclassics 🏺🏛️⚔️
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Tag Archives: Castles
In our final installment we learn that there is more than one type of Bailey’s in Ireland and what our heroes really think of lay lines. 14th May 2012 – Day 7 “Today started with a furore akin only to … Continue reading
Our story today is a short one, United lose the league which capped off an odd day all round. 13th May 2012 – Day 6 “Today is going to be a good day. That’s what I thought to myself this … Continue reading
As we join our bedraggled travellers today we learn that a castle that does not look like a castle can still be a castle, there exists a place in Ireland where the pubs don’t sell real ale and historical periods … Continue reading
Today we join our travellers in a greater state of sobriety, and wonder just how does a Norman Castle trip arrive at a 17th century coastal fort? May 11th 2012 – Day 4 “Well,I may have drunk too much yesterday! … Continue reading