15 October 2005 - Saturday

History Carnival XVIII

The eighteenth History Carnival is up at Acephalous. Entries I have checked so far include:

John McKay examines T. E. Lawrence's rediscovered plan for national borders in the Middle East. >>

K. M. Lawson compares different accounts of Japanese annexation of Korea. >>

Kristine Steenbergh reflects on a reference to "mourning in steel" in Shakespeare's Henry VI, making inferences about post-Reformation culture. >>

Phil Harland provides links for those interested in the Roman empire's cult of the emperors. >>

PK provides some woodcuts from a classic medieval volume on metallurgy. >>

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