[Video] From Magic to Maleficium: The Crafting of Witchery in Late Medieval Text    Panel 10: Deviant Women    Rochelle E. Rojas, Department of History (Duke University)

[Video] From Magic to Maleficium: The Crafting of Witchery in Late Medieval Text Panel 10: Deviant Women Rochelle E. Rojas, Department of History (Duke University)

[Video] Dirty Old Towns: environmental impacts of medieval Irish towns  - paper by Margaret Murphy, (St. Patrick’s College, Carlow) Given at Study of Irish Historic Settlement, Climate, Environment, Settlement and Society: changing historic patterns in Ireland conference, held at All Hallows College, Dublin on February 25, 2012

[Video] Dirty Old Towns: environmental impacts of medieval Irish towns - paper by Margaret Murphy, (St. Patrick’s College, Carlow) Given at Study of Irish Historic Settlement, Climate, Environment, Settlement and Society: changing historic patterns in Ireland conference, held at All Hallows College, Dublin on February 25, 2012

[Video] The Crusades: What were they and why are they still relevant?   Lecture by Niall Christie, Given on September 10, 2011 at Simon Fraser University

[Video] The Crusades: What were they and why are they still relevant? Lecture by Niall Christie, Given on September 10, 2011 at Simon Fraser University

[Video] Wergeld: Crime and the compensation culture in medieval England - Professor Anthony Musson by Gresham College. Wergeld is the payment demanded of a person who has killed someone. That is, until the 9th century when it was replaced by capital punishment. The history of 'compensation culture' is older than some might think.

[Video] Wergeld: Crime and the compensation culture in medieval England - Professor Anthony Musson by Gresham College. Wergeld is the payment demanded of a person who has killed someone. That is, until the 9th century when it was replaced by capital punishment. The history of 'compensation culture' is older than some might think.

[Video] Treasures of the Anglo-Saxons -©BBC Documentary first aired in August, 2010. See also: http://www.medievalists.net/2012/07/07/treasures-of-the-anglo-saxons/

[Video] Treasures of the Anglo-Saxons -©BBC Documentary first aired in August, 2010. See also: http://www.medievalists.net/2012/07/07/treasures-of-the-anglo-saxons/

[Video] The Evolution Of English by Charlotte Bowen. The Friendly Polymath presents “The Evolution Of English,” a lecture on the origin and vagaries of the English language up to the 15th century. High adventure, ancient runes, roman conquests, invading barbarians, nit-picking monks, and the joys of cooking!

[Video] The Evolution Of English by Charlotte Bowen. The Friendly Polymath presents “The Evolution Of English,” a lecture on the origin and vagaries of the English language up to the 15th century. High adventure, ancient runes, roman conquests, invading barbarians, nit-picking monks, and the joys of cooking!

[Video] Drawings in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts - Dr Sally Dormer

[Video] Drawings in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts - Dr Sally Dormer

[Video] Jews & Magic in Medici Florence Lecture by Edward Goldberg    Given at the Library of Congress, on April 13, 2011

[Video] Jews & Magic in Medici Florence Lecture by Edward Goldberg Given at the Library of Congress, on April 13, 2011

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