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From long-lost Viking ships to kings buried in unexpected places; from murders and power politics, to myths, religion, the lives of ordinary people: Gone Medieval is History Hit’s podcast dedicated to the middle ages, in Europe and far beyond.
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Weird Medieval Guys
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Weird Medieval Guys

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Leaving no stone unturned in our quest for the weirdest stories, guys, and art from the Middle Ages. The Weird Medieval Guys podcast is brought to you by Olivia, the creator of internet sensation Weird Medieval Guys, and Aran, a historian and fellow weird guy connoisseur.
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Sejam todos e todas bem-vindos ao Medievalíssimo, o seu podcast de história e historiografia medieval! Temos como missão produzir história medieval pública, se afastando de todo misticismos, apologias e preconceitos em relação ao período. Contato: medivalissimo@gmail.com Siga o Medievalíssimo no Instagram no @medievalissimo
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A narrative history podcast following the journeys of medieval travellers and their roles in larger historical events. Telling great stories, showing the interconnected nature of the medieval world, and meeting Mongols, Ottomans, Franciscans, merchants, ambassadors, and adventurers along the way.
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Step into a world of knights, castles, and epic adventures and immerse yourself in exciting stories, filled with chivalry, honor, and timeless wisdom. From the enchanting realms of Camelot to the treacherous battles of the Crusades, we explore literary masterpieces that transport you to a bygone era. Whether you're a history buff or simply love a good story this is your gateway to all things medieval literature. Grab a cup of mead, cozy up in your favorite spot and let's journey through the ...
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Medievalesco

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Olá pessoal, sejam bem vindos ao Medievalesco. Seu meio de entretenimento nerd, onde abordaremos conteúdos exclusivamente do universo geek( teorias, comentários e debates sobre séries, filmes e livros). Eu sou o Daniel, principe e herdeiro do "Medievalesco", quem vocês iram seguir?... "Podcasts todas as semanas" Muito Obrigado por ouvir. Abraços
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The Medieval World
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The Medieval World

W.J.B. Mattingly

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Welcome to The Medieval World Podcast, where we explore fun and interesting pieces of medieval history. Each Friday, I publish a new episode. In addition to episodes, check out my lectures below. If there’s an episode or series you would like to see, let me know via email at themedievalworldpodcast@gmail.com. Also, you can follow me on twitter at: https://twitter.com/wjb_mattingly . I am also starting to create videos of my lectures at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxmN86fC3uYC9JW-hKV4Z1w.
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MedievalPod

Emily Price

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Medieval Pod is a podcast focused on conversations with medievalists, scholars, and enthusiasts about themes related to medieval culture that can be seen in our modern life. This podcast and its accompanying website are a resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the medieval period, from some of the most exciting new voices in medieval studies and related fields.
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Join your hosts as they discuss the highs and lows of medieval living history and re-enactment. Through their personal experiences, and with a help from expert guests and friends, they walk you through lessons learned in the hobby and set you on the right path to success.
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Inheriting the ’Modern Medieval’ name and tradition, this new podcast is a space for postgraduate researchers (MA, PhD, ECR) to share their interests, areas of study, and thoughts in general on all things medieval. Generously supported by the NWMSN and funded by AHRC. Hosted by Meaghan Allen (University of Manchester) and Anna Probert (University of Liverpool).
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Tudor Networks of Power (Oxford University Press, 2023) by Dr. Ruth Ahnert & Dr. Sebastian Ahnert is the product of a groundbreaking collaboration between an early modern book historian and a physicist specialising in complex networks. Together they have reconstructed and computationally analysed the networks of intelligence, diplomacy, and politic…
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Beowulf by Anonymous Translated by Gummere Beowulf is an epic poem originally written in Old English (also called Anglo-Saxon) about a Scandinavian prince named Beowulf. It was written somewhere between the seventh and tenth centuries by an unknown author. Though the specific characters and plot are mostly fictional, the poem paints a historical pi…
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Sweyn Forkbeard was the first Viking King of England, however you'd be forgiven for potentially forgetting who he was given he was only King for five short weeks, being declared King on Christmas Day 1013, and ruling till his death on 3rd February 1014. Part of a distinguished line of Viking rulers, he was the son of Harald Bluetooth, King of Denma…
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Sarah and returning Media-eval Doctor Who correspondent Lily Bonnemann return for New Series season 5 episode, The Vampires of Venice! Join us as we explore vampire lore, the history of Venice, and the real lives of powerful wealthy women (most of whom are NOT fish-aliens) in early modern Venice.Social Media:Twitter: twitter.com/mediaevalpodE-mail:…
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Do you like to shimmy? Do you like to boogie? Do you like to dance? If you don’t then today’s episode may not be for you because today we are jumping in and talking about something that may become the thing you fear the most, the Dancing Plague of 1518. If you have any listener questions, comments, or topic suggestions please feel free to reach our…
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With a team of dedicated monks and lay brothers to help him, fifteenth-century Venetian Fra Mauro attempted to create the most accurate map of the world. This week, Danièle speaks with Meredith Small about this incredible mappamundi, what it contained, and how this landed Fra Mauro on the moon. You can support this podcast on Patreon - go to https:…
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Weird Medieval Guys is back! And it's gone woke!!!!!! We all know medieval women didn't have it so good. Endlessly discriminated against in law, demeaned in culture and ignored in the histories. So, did anyone take issue with that? Turns out, yes! This week Olivia and Aran take you through the cultural milieu that produced Christine de Pizan, the p…
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Historian, Sharon Bennett Connolly and historical fiction author, Derek Birks discuss with novelist Angus Donald his new serialised King Arthur stories.Music by Adriel Fair licensed from Epidemic SoundSharon Bennett Connolly and Derek Birks
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Pinto's story continues, and the Portuguese traveller makes his way across China as a prisoner, describing some its towns, cities, and countryside as he goes. His China, which he may not have actually visited himself, is dotted with the remnants of previous Portuguese actions, an envoy's gravestone and the remnants of failed embassies. If you like …
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Professor and author Nicolas Morton joins the podcast to discuss his book, The Crusader States and their Neighbours. The Crusader States were founded during the First Crusade. The Crusaders conquered the land and claimed it as their own. There were four Crusader States established during the First Crusade; The County of Edessa, The County of Tripol…
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Adam Bursi’s Traces of the Prophets: Relics and Sacred Spaces in Early Islam (Edinburg University Press, 2024) uses writings by early Muslims to map a history of material objects, relics, and tombs of prophetic figures as they were conceptualized in the 8th and 9th centuries. The book draws from various genres of writings, including biographies and…
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💔The Romance of Tristan and Iseult💔 by Joseph Bedier "The Romance of Tristan and Iseult" is a medieval chivalric romance from the 12th century. It is a tragedy about the forbidden love between the Cornish knight Tristan and the Irish princess Iseult. Tristan's heroic exploits win Iseult as a bride for his uncle, King Mark. However, during their sea…
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Hoje no Medievalíssimo Drops vamos falar de um dos personagens mais emblemáticos, cujo mito transcende sua própria existência, para a história e para a medievalística (essa, hoje em dia, menos). A biografia e a mística desse historiador serve de exemplo, em seu sentido medieval inclusive, e espelho para as gerações e gerações de historiadores após …
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Malmesbury Abbey in Wiltshire was an institution of national significance from the late seventh century until the dissolution of the monasteries in 1539. It was home to eminent writers and had strong royal connections. It housed the tomb of Æthelstan, first king of all England, and Queen Matilda, wife of Henry I, took a close interest in its affair…
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💖The Romance of Tristan and Iseult💖 by Joseph Bedier "The Romance of Tristan and Iseult" is a medieval chivalric romance from the 12th century. It is a tragedy about the forbidden love between the Cornish knight Tristan and the Irish princess Iseult. Tristan's heroic exploits win Iseult as a bride for his uncle, King Mark. However, during their sea…
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Though commonly used today to identify a polity that lasted for over a millennium, the label “Byzantine empire” is an anachronism imposed by more recent generations. As Anthony Kaldellis explains in Romanland: Ethnicity and Empire in Byzantium (Harvard University Press, 2019), this has contributed to the denial of the ethnic identity that most deni…
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The dawn of the Tudor regime is one of most recognisable periods of English history. Yet the focus on its monarchs' private lives and ministers' constitutional reforms creates the impression that this age's major developments were isolated to halls of power, far removed from the wider populace. Royal Justice and the Making of the Tudor Commonwealth…
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In the early 12th century, when England was suffering wave after wave of Viking invasions, many wondered how God could allow their kingdom to be ravaged by pagans? The Archbishop of York Wulfstan had an answer: the apocalypse was coming. What did that mean to people in the Middle Ages? In this episode of Gone Medieval, Dr. Eleanor Janega talks to P…
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Summary After a brief discussion of how people brushed their teeth, we move on to the question of where the water they used came from. And yeah, Rome had aqueducts–but so did a lot of places! And the Romans didn’t even build the aqueducts they did have–they took them from the Etruscans! Who may have gotten the idea from the Minoans! Also we talk ab…
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💖The Romance of Tristan and Iseult💖 by Joseph Bedier "The Romance of Tristan and Iseult" is a medieval chivalric romance from the 12th century. It is a tragedy about the forbidden love between the Cornish knight Tristan and the Irish princess Iseult. Tristan's heroic exploits win Iseult as a bride for his uncle, King Mark. However, during their sea…
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The Eastern Roman Emperor from 527 to 565, Justinian was a ruler who infused even the most mundane tasks with spiritual and religious significance. The challenges he faced - climate change, battles over culture and identity, the first recorded global pandemic - and many of the solutions he found to address them still resonate with us today. His leg…
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Media-eval this week goes from 1500 to 2000 to 2500 in Darren Aronofsky’s The Fountain. Join Sarah and guest Marisa Macias as we attempt (with moderate success) to make sense of this movie. Are all the Hugh Jackman’s and Rachel Weiszes the same person? What was Isabella I of Castile really like? And why on earth are filmmakers so dedicated to not k…
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The Final installment is here! The Black Arrow Part 8 by Robert Louis Stevenson It's the thrilling conclusion of The Black Arrow. Will Dick rescue Joanna and finally get to marry her. Will he get revenge on Sir Daniel for killing his father? What will happen to lawless and the old seaman. Will Dick be drawn deeper into the Wars of the Roses? Find o…
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When it comes to Japan in the Middle Ages, we think mostly of stories of the Shogun, samurai and ninjas. But for a society dominated by the court and military elite, much was dependent on the labour of skilled people. In this episode of Gone Medieval, Dr. Eleanor Janega talks to Dr. Paula Curtis, to find out more particularly about Japan’s metal ca…
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War is often thought of mainly the concern of professional soldiers and maybe politicians as well. However, philosophers and theorists of varying types have addressed the issue of war in its many aspects. This is because war has numerous political, ethical, philosophical, and even legal elements. When is the right time to go to war? What is a legit…
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The Black Arrow Part 7 by Robert Louis Stevenson The action heated up in part 6 of the Black Arrow. Ellsworth vowed to stop Joanna’s wedding. As the wedding procession enters the church three outlaws fire their black arrows killing Lord shoreby and wounding Sir Daniel. Dick and Lawless are captured and accused of the crime. Dick defends himself to …
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They’re the things that go bump in the night, the creatures that storm your mead hall and eat your friends, the beings that wander restlessly from their graves. This week, Danièle speaks with Charity Urbanski about monsters in the medieval world. You can support the podcast on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
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Geoffrey Chaucer is perhaps medieval England’s most famous writer and poet. Now a new exhibition at the Bodleian Library in Oxford is setting out to give him greater breadth and depth than just The Canterbury Tales. To talk more about the ‘Father of English Literature’ with Matt Lewis is its curator Professor Marion Turner. This episode was produce…
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The Black Arrow Part 6 by Robert Louis Stevenson In part 5 Dick and Lawless set out to rescue Joanna and stop the wedding. A fierce storm prevents them from rescuing Joanna and in the process Lord Foxham is injured Dick devises a new plan and returns to Shoreby disguised as a priest to sneak in to Sir Daniels home, rescue Joanna and stop the weddin…
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By the time the Black Death subsided, between 75 and 200 million people in Afro-Eurasia were dead, entire towns and cities had collapsed, and the earth’s temperature cooled. In today’s episode of Gone Medieval, guardDr Eleanor Janega speaks to Professor Philip Slavin who has used cutting-edge techniques to consider exactly where and how the worst p…
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The year is 1453 and the Ottomans are at the gates of the great city of Constantinople. For centuries, they have been laying siege to this city; for centuries their efforts have failed. But this time, everything is going to be different. Constantinople is going to fall. How did history lead them there, though? And how exactly are the events of the …
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Santideva's 8th-century Mahayana Buddhist classic, "The Guide to the Practices of Awakening" (Bodhicaryavatara), has been a source of philosophical inspiration in the Indian and Tibetan traditions for over a thousand years. In Buddhist Ethics and the Bodhisattva Path: Santideva on Virtue and Well-Being (Bloomsbury, 2023), Stephen Harris guides us t…
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Nessa semana o Medievalíssimo abre seus microfones para o arabista Pedro Martins Criado (USP) para uma conversa sobre as origens do Islã na chamada Alta Idade Média. Papo incrível e essencial, vem com a gente! Para as referências bibliográficas, dicas culturais desse episódio e contato dos entrevistados acesse o site do Medievalíssimo clicando ⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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The Black Arrow Part 5 by Robert Louis Stevenson Last time on The Black Arrow... Dick escaped Sir Daniel and encountered Duckworth in the forest. Duckworth and his men vow to bring down the evil Sir Daniel. While Dick and Lawless are searching the town for Joanna they meet Lord Foxham, Joanna’s guardian and sworn enemy of Sir Daniel. Foxham promise…
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Over the previous three episodes in our special series, Gone Medieval has taken a close look at the three main contenders for the throne of England in 1066. From Harold Godwinson who sat on it, to Harold Hardrada who might have seemed the most likely to win it, and William the Conqueror, the hardened Duke of Normandy. In this episode, Matt Lewis ex…
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Some of the most important and influential figures of the Middle Ages were the big city bishops who ministered to rich and poor alike. But how did they tend to such a large and diverse flock? This week, Danièle speaks with Lesley Smith about William of Auvergne, the thirteenth-century upstart bishop of Paris who shaped a royal saint, changed the un…
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The Black Arrow Part 4 by Robert Louis Stevenson In part 3 Dick was reunited with Sir Daniel, who barely escaped the battle. Sir Daniel is upset his men were killed by the outlaws and accuses Dick of betrayal. Back at the Moat House Sir Daniel claims he had nothing to do with the death of Dick's father. Then Black Arrow is shot through the window. …
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Nicholas Morton’s The Crusader States and their Neighbours: A Military History, 1099-1187 (Oxford UP, 2020) explores the military history of the medieval Near East, piecing together the fault-lines of conflict which entangled this much-contested region. This was an area where ethnic, religious, dynastic, and commercial interests collided and the ca…
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This week, Media-eval ventures a bit outside its usual chronology … as after all, Sarah can’t resist an opportunity to dunk on Ridley Scott. Join Sarah and guest Miranda Sachs, a historian of modern France, as we discuss Ridley Scott’s 2023 film Napoleon. What about Napoleon got left out of the film, and why does it matter? Was the French Revolutio…
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When his cousin King Edward the Confessor died childless, Duke William of Normandy saw the throne of England as his birthright. But one man stood in his way, Harold Godwinson, whom Edward had named as king on his deathbed. In the third episode of our special series examining the build-up to the Battle of Hastings, Dr. Eleanor Janega is joined by Pr…
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John Gower’s "Confessio Amantis" ("The Lover’s Confession") is one of the most important English works of the fourteenth century. Within its frame of the lovesick lover’s confession are well over a hundred stories, mainly derived from classical mythology, the Bible, and history which exemplify the Middle Ages. Echoing the octosyllabic line of the o…
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The Black Arrow Part 3 by Robert Louis Stevenson Last episode Dick Shelton arrived at Kettley and found Sir Daniel waiting out the battle. Sir Daniel’s true character is exposed as he waits to see who will win the battle before he picks a side. Sir Daniel sends Dick back to the Moat House to deliver a message to Sir Oliver. Along the way Dick meets…
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Durante os Drops aqui do Medievalíssimo você se acostumou a conhecer algumas figuras emblemáticas do medievo. Já falamos de santos, de reis, rainhas, nobres e pessoas comuns. O nosso personagem de hoje talvez seja uma das personalidades medievais cujos impactos afetam literalmente bilhões de pessoas nos dias e horas que comungamos. Sua vida e seus …
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In a time and place with a serious lack of pockets and built-in shelving, how and where did people carry and store their everyday stuff? This week, Danièle takes a look at carrying, packing, and moving in the Middle Ages. You can support the podcast at https://www.patreon.com/medievalistsMedievalists.net
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In the second of Gone Medieval’s series looking at the road to the Battle of Hastings, Matt Lewis focuses on another claimant to the English throne. Harald Hardrada was a legendary Viking warrior who sought to rebuild the North Sea Empire to which he believed himself heir. Harald invaded the north of England with 10,000 troops and 300 longships in …
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Historian, Sharon Bennett Connolly and historical fiction author, Derek Birks discuss with novelist M.J. Porter how she portrays Athelstan and Brunanburh in her Brunanburh Series.Music by Adriel Fair licensed from Epidemic SoundSharon Bennett Connolly and Derek Birks
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Our Portuguese adventurer resumes his piratical ways and runs into trouble on the coast of China. He and de Faria find silver in abundance, but also shipwreck, poverty, and leeches. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some thing…
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The Black Arrow Part 2 by Robert Louis Stevenson Part 2 continues with the adventures of Dick Shelton continues as Sir Daniel has called his men to arms for a battle in the Wars of the Roses. Sir Nick Appleyard, a veteran of the Battle of Agincourt is killed by the Black Arrow. Appleyard’s death rattles Sir Oliver as he reads the message on the arr…
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