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Rectangular chamber-towers and their medieval halls: A recent look at the buildings formerly described as “Hall-Houses”
(Presse Universitaires de Caen, 2016)
The interpretation of the 13th-century castles formerly described as “hall-houses” has recently been a contentious topic in Irish (and Scottish) castle-studies2 . Little interpretive analysis of these buildings had been ...
Lea Castle: looking outwards
(Brepols Publishers, 2018)
Lea Castle, Co. Laois, is located on the River Barrow where it occupied an important position at the borders of three medieval territories. The castle and landscape are currently neglected and in a poor state of repair. ...
Multisensorial musings on miniature matters
(Akademie Verlag, 2020-11-12)
This issue of ‘Das Mittelalter’ explores the voice of small things.2 We approach artefacts that are no bigger than one’s hand not as silent witnesses to people’s lives, but as agents that actively engage with human beings ...