The many sides of Medieval Cultural Heritage and Identity: English Embroidery on display at the V&A Museum, a case study of how one South African object affects the national narrative, an invitation for tourists to help document historic preservation, a book review of ‘A Year in the Life of Medieval England’ by T. Mount, and other exclusive content!
Inside this issue:
Meet the 800-year-old golden rhinoceros that challenged apartheid South Africa
Why should cultural artefacts be more rooted than people?
Exhibit Review: Medieval English Embroidery on Display for the Last Time
Art Gallery to feature Medieval Animal Trials in Dominic Watson’s YEAST
Stanford scholar finds humor in medieval love songs
The Mary Rose artefact scans: A new way of analysing history
Byzantine stable “mucked out” in Israel
High-tech imaging reveals secrets of the Codex Selden
Book Review: A Year in the Life of Medieval England by Toni Mount
Book Excerpt: William the Conqueror: The Bastard of Normandy by Peter Rex
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