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For our sixth anniversary episode, we kick off a miniseries on medieval true crime, with the account of a particularly brutal assault on a parish priest, with an additional look at medieval treatments for eye wounds, and also learn how a dead man managed to kill the warrior who slayed him.
- Knox, Ronald, and Shane Leslie, editors and translators. The Miracles of King Henry VI. Cambridge UP, 1923.
- Guy de Chauliac, Grand Chirurgie. “Description of the Plague.” Tr. by William A. Guy. Public Health: A Popular Introduction to Sanitary Science, Henry Renshaw, 1870, pp. 48-50. Google Books.
- Dasent, G.W., translator. The Orkneyingers Saga. Icelandic Sagas, vol. 3, Eyre and Spottiswood, 1894. Sacred Texts, www.sacred-texts.com/neu/ice/is3/is300.htm.
- Houlbrook, Ceri. “Coining the Coin-Tree: Contextualizing a Contemporary British Custom.” Doctoral thesis, University of Manchester, 2014. Manchester University, www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/files/54558281/FULL_TEXT.PDF.
- Kelleher, Richard Mark. “Coins, monetisation and re-use in medieval England and Wales: new interpretations made possible by the Portable Antiquities Scheme.” Doctoral thesis, vol. 1, Durham University, 2012. Durham e-Theses, etheses.dur.ac.uk/7314/.
- Millmore, Bridget. “Love Tokens: Engraved Coins, Emotions and the Poor 1700-1856.” Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton, 2015. Brighton University, research.brighton.ac.uk/files/4757430/Bridget%20Millmore%20PhD%20Final.pdf.
- Recording by Freesound.ord user YleArkisto used under Creative Commons Attribution license.
- “Sudet ulvovat / Wolves howling, small pack, frost snapping” (https://freesound.org/s/243495/)
Image Credit: Detail of The martyrdom of St. Leger from a 13c French Bible. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leodegar#/media/File:Leger_dutchms_500.jpg