How I found the reblog button on other people's blogs.
If you want to start a blog you might not really know why. There's so many good reasons to do it. I'm probably not the only one with those reasons. Maybe others have the desire and just need help getting started. Or maybe it's time I teach blogging and offer a little push.
This may seem to you like cheating, but these are too good not to check out. Cutting from a University of Padua diploma c. 1465-79 They are the British Library‘s collection of blogs. A group of interesting, knowledgeable blogs all in one place. You could say they are its own “internet Round-Up”. One blog is perfect for SCA book artists. It’s their […]
Hello again, Ian the Green. I want to welcome you back with joy to the world of active blogging and ScribeScribbling. Your year-long absence of inspiring posts was noticed. The two years you worked on a Master of Science degree is important both for you and yours. But without realizing it, your degree will benefit your interest in the hobby you describe as a “lovely and wonderful private scholarship”, your explorations into historical scribal tools and materials. And thus it will benefit teaching your scribal readers too. Including me. So, welcome back Ian. You were missed. Related Prior Post: 5 Inspiring History Recreation Blogs – An Internet Round-up Related External Site: Ian the Green – Flickr Ian the Green – FaceBook
From the 1430 Milanese illuminated manuscript Bréviaire de Marie de Savoie As I work on SCA projects I come across things I think would interest you. They don’t always come with pretty pictures like this Milanese rabbit, but I thought as a group you might find them interesting. So I put five together in one post with a similar topic. These blogs are by a variety of professional historians. Although Karen Larsdatter is also in the SCA. I know you’ll find them as interesting as I did. And be careful. You might lose track of time or get “hooked” by one or two. Enjoy. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ History Of The Ancient World gives you “news, articles, and videos about antiquity, from prehistoric times to the Roman Empire.” It is edited by Peter Konieczny and Sandra Alvarez who you may also know for the website Medievalists.net – a premier resource for those interested in the Middle Ages. Material Culture Blog where M. Karen Larsdatter “blogs about stuff from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, including clothing, armor, and artwork. News about museum exhibits and new books.” Don’t miss her showpiece links page where you can click on anything and be amazed. Medieval Histories is another Larsdatter bonanza you won’t want to skip. This one is her traditional blog. The Public Medievalist is Dr. Paul B. Sturtevant’s unique blog about how the Middle Ages are currently featured in popular culture, museums and in education. You even find posts about SCA culture. Medieval Hungary is a blog written by Zsombor Jékely in English “about medieval art history, with […]
How about an inspiration boost? Websites you might browse to charge your creative history juices. An Internet Round-up. Here are five blogs from different eras each painting their own authenticity recreation picture. Your introduction to their personal history journey. This pretty is from a Book of Hours Belgium, Bruges, ca. 1520 MS M.307 fol. 174v I enjoy losing myself in photos and stories other history buffs have. […]