1 September 2006 - Friday

History Carnival 38

The thirty-eighth History Carnival is up at Frog in a Well: Japan. The reading in this one looks excellent.

Jim Davila talks about excavations at Vindolanda, a Roman fortress in Britain. He provides photos of the fort and Hadrian's Wall, for good measure. >>

Brett Holman David Tiley tells the story of Dina Gottliebova, an artist and Auschwitz survivor who wants her paintings back. The Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum wants to keep them. >>

Amanda McCloskey provides an etymology of biliary atresia. >>

Ralph Luker describes the sudden delivery of a footnote after a very long gestation. >>

Jennie W. gives us a peek at a Civil War letter from Lucy Hayes to her "dearest Ruddy." >>

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