If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance. ~ George Bernard Shaw
|From the link below you will find beautiful photos Victorian ladies in the latest fashion of their day, from the website: Everyday Vintage|
|I found a great site that has some wonderful vintage portraits of Victorian teenage girls from the 1840s-1890s. All are quite remarkable and well worth taking the time to see.|
Check out this beautiful XII century Bible found at Saint-Martial of Limoges Abbey, in Limoges, FranceApril 3, 2016 by Carl Rhodes | Post a Comment | Filed in Continental European History
|Limousin medievalDiscover the famous library of the Saint-Martial of Limoges abbey, for example this Bible of the XII century, at http://www.limousin-medieval.com/#!bible-de-saint-martial-du-xiime/c1ew1.|
Daily Mail Online: Retired teachers Steve, 64, and Judith Jones, 65, from Lincolnshire, spent two decades painstakingly creating the property and use the house to teach school pupils about the Saxon era.
|An Early Medieval Shoe From Co. Westmeath | Irish Archaeology This early medieval shoe was discovered in the 1950s by turf-cutters working at Coolatoor bog in County Westmeath, Ireland
|A five-year investigation into hundreds of bodies discovered at a former church graveyard in Edinburgh has revealed the look of medieval residents through forensic artwork.Â The average height of the bodies – 5ft 1 for females, 5ft 5 for males – was noticeably shorter than the UK average at the time. The vast majority of them died before they reached their 30s, and a third were children, reflecting their susceptibility to disease and malnutrition.
|Read the compete story here: www.culture24.org.uk/history-and-heritage/archaeology/art492359-eerie-reconstructions-show-faces-and-diets-of-medieval-men-and-women-in-edinburgh-graveyard|
|If you’re a passionate family history buff like us, everyone from your mother to your Great Aunt Sally knows that they can pawn off boxes of old family photos for you to peruse to your heart’s content.Sifting through vintage photos can be a family historian’s dream, that is, until you find out that you just can’t seem to identify the time period in which certain photos were taken.|
|For more on this article follow this link: familyhistorydaily.com/expert-help/19th-century-photo-types-a-breakdown-to-help-you-date-old-family-pictures/?utm_source=feedburner|