Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction July 30-August 5

Some posts from around the web that I enjoyed this week: a miniature Ceres found fr Roman Britain, learning to write from hummingbirds, identifying the historical context of Athenian shackled remains, the secret language of Victorian fans and tracking down the first chefs.

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom March 26-April 1

Some posts I enjoyed around the web this week: a critique of Kolb on Troy’s location, a collection of 4 novels of ancient times by Stephanie Dray, Libbie Hawker, Rebecca Lochlann, Cheri Lasota, Analyzing skeletons found near Athens to reveal ancient politics and websites most helpful for writers.

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Jan 10-16

My favorite posts around the web this week & reminder of the AZ Historical Novel Society meeting Jan 24: the movie Exodus goes mad, Tudor seers (Nancy Bilyeau), Roman cops (Alison Morton), gold Bronze Age signet ring, overview of Crime Fiction, how to write historical fiction, interview with Alison McMahan about her HF The Saffron Crocus, a new Historical Thesaurus & are podcasts the new literary form?

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