This week we examine the medieval histories of three landmarks from the ancient world: the Pyramids, Stonehenge and the Pantheon. You can also read about Byzantine werewolves, wax seals and marriages that did not end well.
Inside this issue:
The Pyramids of Egypt
A 15th century Egyptian historian gives us the many theories on why the pyramids were build and what was inside them.
What did the ancient structure have to do with the legend of King Arthur?
The medieval life of a Roman temple turned Christian church.
CSI Medieval: Researchers to uncover forensic secrets of Britain’s historic wax seals
10 Free Online Medieval Studies courses you can take in 2016
How the Byzantines dealt with werewolves
Five (In)famous Medieval Break-Ups
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