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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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Book being read; B. Caven, Dionysius I: War-Lord of Sicily, (1990) In January last year (2013) I gave up full time work to become a stay at home Dad. At the same time my wife convinced me to go back … Continue reading
Book being read: J. Sadler, Bannockburn: Battle for Liberty, (2008) I am doing a lot of work at the moment which, for one reason or another, seems to focus on female participation in war. It is an interesting topic really … Continue reading
Well, you may have noticed a lack of blog postings recently. This is due to a lack of time combined with a lack of enthusiasm for my project. It is never nice when this occurs but there are times when … Continue reading
Well it has been a busy week and a bit, hasn’t it? So we have had a bank holiday weekend in which we took M.D. to see her old Granddad in the West Country, she was also taken by her … Continue reading
It has been a strange week or so. M.D. is being a right moody mare (she is teething after all) but has also started walking – which is both brilliant and time consuming. So, I am still making bread at … Continue reading