Wittenberg to Westphalia
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We know it is good to be the king, but how does one becomes the king? Highlights include the revelation that no one has ever known how to placate angry old men at public gatherings. https://whythoapodcast.weebly.com/https://history.illinoisstate.edu/about
In this first substantive episode of our new season, I begin an examination of medieval kingship. With surprise guest: Queens. Renaissance English History Podcast: https://www.englandcast.com/Music: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whirlwinds_of_Danger See a
In a continued effort to buy time for research, David Montgomery of the Sicle Podcast and myself discussed Scrofula, a fascinating illness with a surprising relevance for our shows. The most important thing to know going in is that you should probably no
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Do you like books? The Thirty Years War? CambraiWell you will need to listen to this one.
What is an investiture controversy? What does it have to do with the Early Modern Period? Will this episode have a defenestration? For that last one, yes. But for the rest you will have to listen.
This Episode wraps up not only our look at slavery in the middle ages, but the entire third season of this show.Zach's new book, Matchlock and the Embassy: http://www.wdfpodcast.com/thevassalstate/ml1
Unfreedom in the middle ages took on a wide variety of forms. In this episode I talk about the ideological shifts that accompanied this change, some examples of the deals that were struck, and one hig
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