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10 New Youtube Videos for Medieval Lovers

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A roundup of ten recent videos on Youtube for those interested in Medieval Studies
Andalusian Stories profiles Francisco GutiƩrrez, who reproduces manuscripts and designs new miniatures applying the same techniques and materials used by master illuminators of the Middle Ages. You can also take a look at his website here.


Rowan Taylor, a blacksmith who works on the restoration and conservation of medieval iron wear, has uploaded this video showing how to create a medieval trowel.



Last year Jackson Crawford of the University of California at Berkeley began a series teaching about the Norse language and culture. His videos have been getting a strong number of viewers because of the great content and Crawford's straightforward style.



Richard Scott Nokes takes a look at the Saga of the Volsungs in his latest Professor Awesome video podcast



A pair of interviews with Christian Raffensperger, Associate Professor at Wittenberg University, about his books on medieval Rus.





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