Sunday, November 16, 2014

Setting & Society Sunday - Knighthood Reflected, Legally Slayed, & Park Place

An article on the website is titled "Late Medieval Knight Reflecting on his Public Life: Hugo de Urriés (c. 1405-c. 1493), Diplomacy and Translating the Classics" but follow the link and dive right into their detailed treat.  The fella was a knight for fifty-one years and had some thoughts on the matter.  Read more here.

Also, sometimes the reflection is cut short, as in the article titled "The Slaying of Sir William Pennington: Legal Narrative and the Late Medieval English Archive" here.

Finally, there is a look at "The Importance of Parks in Fifteenth-Century Society" here.

Looking closer at Setting and Society
as a part of what is presented by GMs.
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