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Amazing book on the Gothic World

Gothic: Imagery of the Middles Ages 1150-1500 Hardcover by Achim Bednorz (Author), Rolf Toman (Editor) H.F.Ullmann Publishing Gmbh (October 15, 2012), 568 pages. 3.2 x 13.2 x 17.2 inches, Shipping Weight: 16 pounds I’ve seen many fine books on European … Continue reading

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From the Internet – Free contemporary music .

I was viewing a 5-minute clip by the University of Maryland’s Art History program and at the end they gave credits for six pieces of music they had used. Digging a little deeper, I found the site called freemusicarchive.org. Their … Continue reading

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From the Internet – The digitizable past is found here !

Archive Org’s Site – something for absolutely everybody This  is a monster  resource for many, many amazing old things. Defintely worth exploring. It has kind of a quirky interface. Try using the general icons at top left, then selecting all and choosing … Continue reading

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