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Recent Content

e-chartae.ch Launches with the Abbey Archive of St. Gall

The website http://e-chartae.ch has launched, offering free access to all early medieval charters of the Abbey Archive of St. Gall. "This means that the only originally preserved monastery archive of the Merovingian and Carolingian periods is now completely available online." (https://twitter.com/textandbytes/status/1116441186095517697)

 

Description from the e-chartae website (https://www.e-chartae.ch/en/about):

 

CFP: European Reformation Research Group 2019 Conference

https://theerrg.wordpress.com/2019-conference/

 

The 2019 ERRG meeting will take place August 29-30 at Newman University, Birmingham. The conference welcomes all academics working on the reformations, but especially aims to support the work of those working on new projects and ideas, postgraduate research students and early career researchers.

CEMS Graduate Conference 2019: CULTURAL ENTANGLEMENT, TRANSFER AND CONTENTION IN MEDITERRANEAN COMMUNITIES FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE PRESENT

Type: 

Conference

Date: 

May 30, 2019 to June 1, 2019

Location: 

Hungary

Subject Fields: 

Ancient History, Archaeology, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies

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