My Castles Book Heads For The Printers


Rundkvist, Martin. 2019. At Home at the Castle. Lifestyles at the Medieval Strongholds of Östergötland, AD 1200-1530. Östergötland County Administration. Linköping.  ISBN 978-91-7488-477-7. 137 pp.



Author: Martin R

Dr. Martin Rundkvist is a Swedish archaeologist, journal editor, skeptic, atheist, lefty liberal, bookworm, boardgamer, geocacher and father of two.

7 thoughts on “My Castles Book Heads For The Printers”

  1. Eric, I am too lazy for that as it looks like doing actual work! I am content with an occasional letter to New Scientist.
    Or an angry letter to the local rag, complaining about the youth of today.

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  2. Congratulations! Seven is a good number of academic monographs to publish, isn’t it?

    Birger, you need to visit something like Festung Hohensalzburg or Edward I’s Welsh castles some time! Or even Bologna or Nuremburg. Minas Tirith is one part fantasies like Herodotus’ Ecbatana and Notker the Stammerer’s Nine Rings of the Avars and one part Constantinople, but fortified capital cities could be most impressive.


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