A brief discussion on my research into signs of wear and use on medieval arms and armour.
Several bits of exciting news!
First off, since I know that a lot of people are sitting at home looking for ways to keep entertained, I’ve decided to do my bit.
Over the coming weeks and months, I am dusting off about a decade’s worth of lectures and presentations I’ve done, recording them, and sharing them for all to see. There’s quite a lot of ground covered, ranging from basic introductions to some more in-depth scholarly stuff. So hopefully it’ll be useful to everyone. Stay tuned for releases!
Second, I have received the blessing of one of Britain’s renowned medieval ensembles, Misericordia, to use one of their songs for the opening and closing of my videos. Their arrangements of medieval music are mesmerising, and I can’t wait to make one of my favourite songs of theirs part of the forthcoming videos. You can learn more about them and hear some of their music by visiting https://misericordia1.bandcamp.com/releases
Hope all is well with you and yours. Speak again soon!
For those who are interested in learning a bit more about my thesis exploring armed combat in Late Medieval Europe, and want to know what they can expect when the book is published, you can find a comprehensive summary of the project here.
More details to follow about publication as and when they are confirmed.