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Medieval Transportation
Confronting our addiction to oil 

Times-Standard - Jan 11 12:20 PM
Modern industrial society is completely dependent upon the availability of oil. It is no exaggeration to say that modern civilization is addicted to the stuff.

Medieval Village
Shopping for a Villa, He Wound Up With a Village 
New York Times - Jan 10 9:56 PM
A house-hunting American ends up with an entire medieval village.


Medieval Furniture
Draine: Garden epiphany starts new year 
Rapid City Journal - Jan 11 10:33 PM
In our house we have two sorts of Aha! moments. One is the Major Life Decision, the MLD, and the other is the personal epiphany. The MLD seems more a self-indulgent choice rather than one of insight.


Medieval Period
Going back in time 
Community Press & Recorder - Jan 12 11:46 AM
Sixth-grade students at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School recently "took a trip" back in time to study medieval history. Students transformed their classroom to fit the period by painting a wall mural of a castle and moat and displaying coats of arms. The students dressed as kings and queens, lords and ladies and jesters, and organized and participated in a traditional medieval feast. ...

Medieval Fashions
Secrets well stitched 
Los Angeles Times - Jan 11 3:07 AM
Which designers' gowns will show up on the red carpet? Lips are zipped, but it's fun to guess. Want to know what Helen, Kate, Evangeline, Penélope and Cate will wear to the Golden Globes?

Medieval Princesses
Kids, soldiers enjoy free Medieval Times show 
NorthJersey.com - Jan 07 8:39 PM
LYNDHURST -- For one night, North Jersey became host to the sick and unfortunate for the holidays, where free family entertainment with dinner was the gift to many who probably wouldn't be able to attend theater.

Medieval Villages
Foster Harvests Years of Experience 
The Morning News - Jan 12 12:30 AM
On Monday, the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is featuring Steven Foster, an author and internationally recognized authority on medicinal herbs. His talk, "Herbs and Medicinal Plants in the Ozarks," begins with a reception at 6 p.m. at the Botanical Garden headquarters at 4703 N. Crossover Road in Fayetteville.

Medieval Desserts
Partners to combine artistic forces 
Everett Herald - Jan 12 12:24 AM
Part of the plan for the new Edmonds Center for the Arts was always partnering.

Medieval Time
Going back in time 
Community Press & Recorder - Jan 12 11:46 AM
Sixth-grade students at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School recently "took a trip" back in time to study medieval history. Students transformed their classroom to fit the period by painting a wall mural of a castle and moat and displaying coats of arms. The students dressed as kings and queens, lords and ladies and jesters, and organized and participated in a traditional medieval feast. ...

Medieval Wedding
Entertainment calendar 
King County Journal - Jan 12 3:07 AM
Jazz and Comedy Night: Live jazz by The Cascade Jazz Ensemble and four stand-up comedians. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13; Unity Theater, 119 North Bend Way, North Bend. Tickets: $8. 425-831-5667.

Medieval Catapults
Never Use a DDPP to Call in Sick to Work 
The Signal - Dec 29 1:51 AM
"Though I am not naturally honest, I am so sometimes by chance." In the Bavarian town of Straubing lives my kindred spirit.

Medieval Africa
The power of purple 
Baltimore Sun - Jan 11 6:29 AM
Baltimore's favorite shade these days is the color of kings, passion, valor - and Super Bowl halftime acts It began with mollusk mucus -- not the most inviting thought -- a gooey, staining secretion from sea snails. Its dark-red color so delighted folks in ancient times that they used it as a coveted fabric dye. The Greeks coined it porphura. Medieval Europe combined it with rare blue dye to ...

Medieval Archer
test 
American Artist - Jan 11 9:10 PM
Exhibitions Mr. Whatman's Mill: Papermaking and the Art of Watercolor in Eighteenth-Century Britain.

Medieval Bakers
Gilligan would be in heaven 
NorthJersey.com - Dec 24 5:42 PM
In medieval days, it was baked into cakes stamped with patterns and sold at street fairs. In Tudor times, English bakers would adorn ginger cakes with gold leaf.

Medieval Daggers
Classical Music/Opera Listings 
New York Times - Jan 11 5:19 PM
CLASSICAL.

Medieval Hats
Introduction to Natural Law 
Ludwig von Mises Institute - 22 minutes ago
Posted on 1/12/2007 [Subscribe at email services , tell others , or Among intellectuals who consider themselves "scientific," wrote Murray Rothbard in The Ethics of Liberty , the phrase "the nature of man" is apt to have the effect of a red flag on a bull.

Medieval Festivals
Partners to combine artistic forces 
Everett Herald - Jan 12 12:24 AM
Part of the plan for the new Edmonds Center for the Arts was always partnering.

Medieval Banners
Looking About 
Ukiah Daily Journal - Jan 12 8:44 AM
And next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The party's o-ver... It is time to replace our 2006 calendar with a new one. As we transpose birthdays and anniversaries of friends and relatives, one can't help but linger on the notes scribbled down.

Medieval Homes
Sibiu, Romania named culture capital 
phillyburbs.com - Jan 11 8:50 AM
SIBIU, Romania - This medieval Saxon city has become one of Europe's official culture capitals, drawing attention to centuries-old buildings that were once ordered demolished during Romania's communist period.

Medieval Fairs
Making it short but sweet 
Daily Telegraph - Jan 08 7:20 AM
A brief visit to the Côte d'Azur as a budget getaway? Why not?

Medieval Marriage
`Shadowlands' takes look at writer Lewis 
Albuquerque Tribune - Jan 12 9:10 AM
Matthew Naegeli has been a huge fan of C.S. Lewis ever since he was a child and went tumbling through a magic wardrobe into Lewis' popular fantasy series, "The Chronicles of Narnia.

Medieval Merchant
Jefferson had Quran to know his enemies 
WorldNetDaily - Jan 09 10:12 PM
A Special Forces veteran and commentator says new Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison (Hakim-Mohammad) of Minnesota was absolutely right when he said Thomas Jefferson gleaned knowledge from the Quran – only it was knowledge about his enemies that Jefferson likely gleaned.

Medieval Archers
Coso Archery Club celebrates New Years Eve with day long shootout 
Ridgecrest Daily Independent - Jan 12 9:06 AM
The Coso Archery Club held it's inaugural New Years Eve open shoot to celebrate the end of the year and to ring in the New Year. Events for the day included 2-D and 3-D targets, balloon targets along with normal range targets and a Clout shoot.

Medieval Inventions
Fallacies and Predictions of our Techno-Utopian Future 
Ludwig von Mises Institute - Jan 09 6:54 AM
What's the ultimate destiny of our civilization? Are we destined to become "living batteries" a la the Matrix , refugees in a post-apocalyptic radioactive desert landscape, or peons of a totalitarian surveillance state?

Medieval Jokes
The Dresden Files 
Entertainment Weekly - Jan 12 3:06 AM
I am a simple, geeky woman who enjoys watching sexy people in tight pants try to solve mystical riddles while being cosmo-blasted by otherworldly beings.

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Medieval Village

Cosmeston Medieval Village is a "living history" village in the Vale of Glamorgan near Penarth and Cardiff in south Wales. Medival Village Based upon remains discovered during a 1980s archaeological dig in the grounds Medeival Village of Cosmeston Park, it is a re-creation of 14th century Medeval Village peasant life.

The village regularly plays host to groups of reenactors, who camp in authentic tents around the outskirts of the village, and do displays Mediveal Village of combat for the public.

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  • Abandoned communities ..... Medieal Village Cosmeston
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Shopping for a Villa, He Wound Up With a Village 

New York Times - Jan 10 9:56 PM
A house-hunting American ends up with an entire medieval village.
Shopping for a villa, he wound up with a village 
International Herald Tribune - Jan 11 6:21 AM
John Phillips spent more than two years looking for a villa in Italy before he saw Borgo Finocchieto in Tuscany. He had always imagined having a place in Italy — he just never thought it would be a whole village.

Complaint silences church chimes 
BBC News - Jan 12 4:00 AM
A village church may be forced to silence its bells, which have chimed for nearly 200 years, following a single complaint.

Classical Music/Opera Listings 
New York Times - Jan 11 5:19 PM
CLASSICAL.