Castle Rogues Manor Eureka Springs, Arkansas, United StatesAsking Price: $1,800,000 (US)The Castle Rogue’s Manor is situated above the White River near the northwest Arkansas village of Eureka Springs. Presenting unparalleled scenic views, the Castle is used for special events such as weddings, dinners, or gatherings.
Excavations at Castle of Wardhouse, AberdeenshireYeoman, Peter A.with contributions by S Boardman, S Carter, P Cundhill,K Cuthbert, D Davidson, B Finlayson, B Ford, T Gabra-Sanders,D Gallagher, S Hamilton-Dyer, I Mate, F McCormick,N M McQ Holmes, M Spearman & R WillProceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 128 (1998), 581-617ABSTRACTAdvanced plough erosion prompted rescue excavation at the moated site of Castle of Wardhouse in 1988.
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The Birka Warrior: the material culture of a martial societyBy Charlotte Hedenstierna-JonsonPhD Dissertation, Stockholm University (2006)Abstract: This is a study of martial material culture in the context of the Viking Age warrior of Birka, Sweden. The aim is to establish the role, function and affiliation of the Birka warrior and thereby place Birka on the power-political map of the 10th century.
The medieval principle of motion and the modern principle of inertiaEdward FeserProceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics: Volume 10, (2012)AbstractAquinas’s First Way of arguing for the existence of God famously rests on the Aristotelian premise that “whatever is in motion is moved by another.
The Concept of Courtly Love as an Impediment to the Understanding of Medieval TextsBy D.W. Robertson Jr.The Meaning of Courtly Love, edited by F.X. Newman (Albany, 1968)Introduction: I have never been convinced that there was any such thing as what is usually called courtly love during the Middle Ages.