Medieval 공개
[search 0]
Download the App!
show episodes
 
Artwork
 
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.
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
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.
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
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
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Medieval Tales

The Archivist

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
주마다+
 
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 ...
  continue reading
 
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).
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
A Slice of Medieval

Sharon Bennett Connolly and Derek Birks

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
매달
 
Derek Birks is an #historicalfiction author who is interested in all matters historical. Sharon Bennett Connolly is a #medieval #historian who writes mainly about women.
  continue reading
 
Embark on a captivating journey through time with The Sermon Project’s Medieval Preachers Podcast. Immerse yourself in sermons from the 4th to the 15th century, featuring powerful orators from Augustine and Aelfric to Wulfstan and Wyclif. We’ve revitalized the language to modern English, offering scripture introductions where relevant. Get ready to be pleasantly surprised (or shocked) as timeless issues are unveiled in a contemporary light. Join us as we breathe new life into the old!
  continue reading
 
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
  continue reading
 
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.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Medieval!

Joshua Potts

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
매달
 
A exciting narrative retelling of the history of the Middle Ages. Help us continue making medieval history accessible by supporting us on patreon: www.patreon.com/medievalpodcast
  continue reading
 
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.
  continue reading
 
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.
  continue reading
 
Welcome back to Good Medieval Morning! Today we will be featuring special guests Benvolio and Agnes and our co-anchors Ella McCray and Grace Spencer dive into solving the mystery of who caused the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
  continue reading
 
El canal de "Desperta Ferro Ediciones" recogerá las colabroraciones radiofónicas realizadas por el equipo de Desperta Ferro a propósito de los números de las tres cabececeras que editamos: Desperta Ferro Antigua y Medieval, Desperta Ferro Historia Moderna y Desperta Ferro Contemporánea.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
In War and Conflict in the Middle Ages (Polity, 2022), Dr. Stephen Morillo offers the first global history of armed conflict between 540 and 1500 or as late as 1800 CE, an age shaped by climate change and pandemics at both ends. Examining armed conflict at all levels, and ranging across China and the central Asian steppes to southwest Asia, western…
  continue reading
 
Yes, you heard us right!! Join Olivia and Aran as they defend their most dubious claim to date, which is definitely not just an excuse to step beyond our usual remit and talk about the wild, delightful world that was Edo Period Japan! We explore why Edo Japan was so cut off from the world and the effects this had on its society, plus some of the cu…
  continue reading
 
Six Plantagenet kings ruled between 1199 and 1399 - two centuries that witnessed civil war, deposition, the murder of kings and the ruthless execution of rebel lords. There was also international warfare, a devastating national pandemic, economic crisis and the first major peasant uprising in our history. Yet those two centuries and six kings were …
  continue reading
 
Part of both faith and fashion, fish was an important ingredient in the medieval diet. And because of this, medieval fishing was much more sophisticated than just a rod, a line, and a worm. This week, Danièle speaks with Richard Hoffmann about what people were eating, how they caught it, and how fish farming evolved over time. You can support this …
  continue reading
 
The Creed is a summary of what the Church teaches, what Christians together believe, and what binds Christians together as a believing community across different traditions and practices. In this sermon - On the Tradition of the Creed - Augustine of Hippo, refers to the creed as The Symbol.저자 imagosermonproject
  continue reading
 
Alicia Spencer-Hall is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at University College London. Their research interests include: medieval hagiography, disability, gender, digital culture, and film and media studies. Her first monograph, Medieval Saints and Modern Screens: Divine Visions as Cinematic Experience was published by Amsterdam University Press i…
  continue reading
 
Episode 11, the final episode of... A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain Hank and Arthur are led to the gallows. As the noose is placed around Arthur's neck 500 knights come charging down the street. A few days later Hank and Arthur are back in Camelot. Hank is reading the newspaper announcing his long overdo duel with Sir Sagr…
  continue reading
 
The Black Hour: Solar Eclipse and the Medieval Mind 08 April 2024, a total solar eclipse will travel across North America. The path of totality stretches from Durango, Mexico up through Dallas, Texas, Arkansas, Southern Illinois, through Indianapolis, Ohio, Buffalo, New York, Toronto, Montreal and making it’s way over New Brunswick before leaving N…
  continue reading
 
There were not, in the Middle Ages, any chastity belts. They did not exist. Really, they didn't. They show up later, when enlighted ages say that they were used in the Middle Ages. Then, enlightened ages invented them, and now you can buy them on Amazon. Michelle explains how we know they didn't exist, and how they got invented, and why the later a…
  continue reading
 
We kick of 2024 with a look at humanity's attempts to recreate itself, first with a dip into the legends of the Golem of Prague, and then an extended discussion of the role of AI in the future of medieval studies and particularly this show. Today's Texts:Eleazar of Worms, Commentary on Sefer Yezirah, fol. 15d. In Moshe Idel. Golem: Jewish Magical a…
  continue reading
 
The Fernao Mendes Pinto story reaches its conclusion, and he finally reaches Portugal once more. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on BlueSky @a-devon.bsky.social, Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble. Sources: The Travels of Mendes Pinto, e…
  continue reading
 
St. Brigid is the earliest and best-known of the female saints of Ireland. In the generation after St. Patrick, she established a monastery for men and women at Kildare which became one of the most powerful and influential centres of the Church in early Ireland. The stories of Brigid's life and deeds survive in several early sources, but the most i…
  continue reading
 
In Gone Medieval’s special series exploring some of Anglo-Saxon Britain’s most influential kingdoms, we reach Wessex - the last kingdom left to stand against the Great Heathen Army. Under the command of Alfred the Great, Wessex achieved what no other kingdom could before it: victory against the Vikings. In this episode, Eleanor Janega is joined by …
  continue reading
 
These days, most of us have a good working knowledge of what’s going on with our internal organs. But in the Middle Ages, most people – even doctors – never got to see much of the inside of a human body. So, how did people conceive of our internal world? This week, Danièle speaks with Taylor McCall about what medieval people knew about internal med…
  continue reading
 
In Gone Medieval’s special series examining some of Anglo-Saxon Britain’s most significant kingdoms, we arrive at the kingdom of Mercia, which once enjoyed supremacy over not only Wessex but all of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. At its peak, Mercia controlled what is now Birmingham and London, but it ceased to be a kingdom when Alfred the Great came to …
  continue reading
 
Accounts of the Crusades were usually commissioned by wealthy and influential people about themselves, to make their piety and righteousness known to others. But what about the less glamorous people who went on Crusades? And what was life like when they did so? In this episode of Gone Medieval, Dr. Eleanor Janega finds out about ordinary crusaders …
  continue reading
 
Are we in the End-times? It is an undeniable truth that we are closer to the end-times than we have ever been. Listen to Anslem of Canterbury in the 11thC discuss what this means for us today. “Each person's recurring sin is like a tempest. When you love God, you walk on water, with the world's upheavals beneath your feet. But if you love the world…
  continue reading
 
Have you ever seen an eclipse? I’ve seen numerous lunar eclipses and I’ve seen a few partial solar eclipse, but never a total solar eclipse. On 08 April 2024, Mexico, the United States and Canada will experience a total solar eclipse. It’s the first one in 7 years and the last one for 20 years. The next total solar eclipse in North America will be …
  continue reading
 
Between 1348 and 1350, Jews throughout Europe were accused of having caused the spread of the Black Death by poisoning the wells from which the entire population drank. Hundreds if not thousands were executed from Aragon and southern France into the eastern regions of the German-speaking lands. But if the well-poisoning accusations against the Jews…
  continue reading
 
Although we often think of friendship today as an indisputable value of human social life, for thinkers and writers across late mediaeval Christian society friendship raised a number of social and ethical dilemmas that needed to be carefully negotiated. On Amistà: Negotiating Friendship in Dante’s Italy (University of Toronto Press, 2023) analyses …
  continue reading
 
Summary Here comes the parade, want some beads? Okay, so carnival is a prelude to Lent, which is an extremely solemn time in Catholic tradition. So why is it the way that it is in so many places? Let’s talk about it. Notes 1/ It’s late, but it’s up before the end of Lent. lol sob 2/ carnem levare: Latin for putting away (not eating) meat. 3/ The di…
  continue reading
 
In recent decades, the study of the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as Byzantium, has been revolutionized by new approaches and more sophisticated models for how its society and state operated. No longer looked upon as a pale facsimile of classical Rome, Byzantium is now considered a vigorous state of its own, inheritor of many of Rome's features,…
  continue reading
 
The Cidvilāsastava is one of the most comprehensive treatments of the esoteric contemplation of ritual found within the Śrīvidyā tradition and Śaiva tantra in general. This short forty-verse hymn offers esoteric knowledge and creative contemplations (bhāvanā) for critical steps in the ritual worship of Tripurasundarī. Although belonging to the Śrīv…
  continue reading
 
From Hugh Capet to Eleanor of Aquitaine, the Capetian dynasty considered itself divinely chosen to fulfil a great destiny. From an insecure foothold around Paris, the Capetians built a nation that stretched from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean and from the Rhône to the Pyrenees, founding practices and institutions that endured until the French Re…
  continue reading
 
Episode 10 of... A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain Dowley the Blacksmith and the other guests attack Hank and Arthur for insulting them. The men are able to escape and hide from the mob in a tree. They are saved by a man named Earl Grip who takes them to a small town where slaves are being sold at auction. Earl Grip handcuff…
  continue reading
 
Medieval people spent a lot of time thinking about saints. But what they thought about saints wasn’t always what we might expect. Women saints with promiscuous backstories were fan favourites in the Middle Ages, and one of the most popular was St. Mary of Egypt. This week, Danièle speaks with Sonia Velázquez about St. Mary of Egypt, why she caught …
  continue reading
 
Episode 9 of... A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain Hank and Arthur stay with the women until she dies as well. When they hear someone approaching they hide behind the hut. It's the women's three sons, they escaped from prison and returned home. Arthur wants to capture them and return them to the lord but a great fire in the d…
  continue reading
 
In 1341 in Aragon, a Jewish convert to Christianity was sentenced to death, only to be pulled from the burning stake and into a formal religious interrogation. His confession was as astonishing to his inquisitors as his brush with mortality is to us: the condemned man described a Jewish conspiracy to persuade recent converts to denounce their newfo…
  continue reading
 
In a time of in-fighting and tribal warfare, what did it take to form the politically dominant, culturally rich and geographically vast kingdoms that led to the creation of England? This month, over four episodes of Gone Medieval, we explore the rise and fall of the key kingdoms of the Heptarchy: Northumbria, Mercia, and Wessex, and the formation o…
  continue reading
 
Join Sarah and returning Media-eval Doctor Who correspondent Lily Bonnemann for a trip into the late 17th century with New Series season 6 episode, The Curse of the Black Spot. We get to talk Mughal emperors, sirens, and, of course, pirates!Social Media:Twitter: twitter.com/mediaevalpodE-mail: media.evalpod@gmail.comFind Lily on Tumblr: www.tumblr.…
  continue reading
 
Sometimes when our medieval rulers get assassinated we can see why, and that's the case for Galeazzo Maria Sforza, who was a very bad sort of person. So, not surprisingly, he got stabbed to death by conspirators. Two of them were out for personal gain, but one was a poet who was, he believed, serving the greater communal good, which charms Anne. We…
  continue reading
 
Esse drops vai ser lançado em um Domingo de Páscoa e apesar de não ser religioso eu não posso negar a importância dessa data para a nossa cultura e nossa sociedade. A Páscoa é a maior data para o cristianismo, ainda mais para os católicos, ele marca o início do calendário litúrgico da Igreja e existem diversos símbolos para a sua celebração. Em tem…
  continue reading
 
During the Fragmentation of Poland, which lasted from 1138 to 1320, Leszek Bialy -- Leszek the White -- managed to reign as the High Duke of Poland four times, the last reign going on for 16 years before it ended, on account of his having been assassinated. That's a long reign, during the age of fragmentation, when the realm was, well, fragmented, …
  continue reading
 
In medieval times, Britain was criss-crossed by pilgrim routes, that took in such world-famous sites as Canterbury and Lindisfarne as well as out-of-the-way locations along paths not so widely travelled. But why did people undergo pilgrimage? What were its benefits? And why did some send people in their honour? In this episode of Gone Medieval, fir…
  continue reading
 
Episode 8 of... A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain Last time we saw Hank he was holding court with King Arthur. Hank shared with Arthur the idea of disguising himself as a freeman to get a feel for the common people. King Arthur loved the idea and asked to join. Before they could leave Arthur needed to finish a few Kingly dut…
  continue reading
 
We live in a world full of constant notifications, interruptions, and complications. If only we could get away from it all, the peace and quiet would allow us to concentrate. Or would it? This week, Danièle speaks with Jamie Kreiner about some new old strategies for concentration, courtesy of ancient and medieval monks. You can support this podcast…
  continue reading
 
Going Rogue again, historian, Sharon Bennett Connolly and historical fiction author, Derek Birks discuss, with novelist SJA Turney, his new Roman series centred upon the general at the forefornt of the conquest of Britain, Gnaeus Julius Agricola. Music by Adriel Fair licensed from Epidemic Sound저자 Sharon Bennett Connolly and Derek Birks
  continue reading
 
Episode 7 of... A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain In the last episode Merlin was trying to restore water to the well. He gives up, telling the monks an demon has cursed the well and no one can break the curse. Hank agrees but says he can break the curse. Hank uses his knowledge to fix the well and installs a pump so the monk…
  continue reading
 
Is contemporary international order truly a secular arrangement? Theorists of international relations typically adhere to a narrative that portrays the modern states system as the product of a gradual process of secularization that transcended the religiosity of medieval Christendom. William Bain's Political Theology of International Order (Oxford …
  continue reading
 
Prostitutes were everywhere in the streets and neighbourhoods of medieval cities. In one and the same building, there might be a school upstairs, while downstairs prostitutes plied their nefarious trade. But how did such a situation come to pass? And how could such a world exist within the theoretical holy confines of medieval Christendom? In this …
  continue reading
 
Does God’s love abide in you? Atto of Vercelli throws down the gauntlet when quoting John and suggests if we’re not materially helping our brethren, we don’t actually have the love of God in us. In this very short, but challenging sermon for Palm Sunday about love, charity, justice and the spiritual disciplines, Atto of Vercelli, preaches big ideas…
  continue reading
 
Let your light shine...but don't! Are there paradoxes and contradictions within the Bible, and even within the words of Jesus himself? The Bible is undeniably a complex collection of diverse writings and styles, but what do we do when Jesus, the very One we follow, instructs us to do seemingly opposite things? Join us on a profound journey as Augus…
  continue reading
 
O episódio dessa quinzena do Medievalíssimo o papo é sobre as Cruzadas e as ordens militares, e para aprendermos sobre esse assunto recebemos o professor Dirceu Marchini Neto (Unifesp-Outremer), um dos maiores especialistas do assunto no Brasil. Maceta esse play e bora aprendermos juntos! Para as referências bibliográficas, dicas culturais desse ep…
  continue reading
 
Henry d'Almain didn't really want to fight in the Second Barons' War, because the leaders of the two sides were both his uncles, and when his uncle Simon de Montfort was killed and mutilated in the last battle, he wasn't part of that, so it was really unseemly for his cousins, the sons of Simon de Montfort, to find him in a church in Italy and slau…
  continue reading
 
Journey across space and time with Olivia and Aran this week as we head to medieval Wales, home of one of history's finest bardic traditions. But what was a bard, what did they do, and why did Wales have so darn many of them? Give the episode a listen to learn all this and more! Also discussed are sand worms, long houses, and why foxes are better t…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드