Posted by: Richenda at Tue May 29, 02:27 PM in
You’re all so quiet! lol. I get a lot of people stopping by this page, but thanks to the miracle of ‘site traffic’ reports, I know you’re visiting!
So, while you’re here, feel free to leave a comment. Or even just say Hi. Or, as Liam from fromoldbooks.org says, let me know the color of your socks. :)
Posted by: Richenda at Fri May 4, 02:23 PM in
Concerning Robert of Knaresborough
Hi thanks a lot for a discerning post, I really found your blog by mistake while searching on Google for something else closely related, in any case before i ramble on too much i would just like to say how much I loved your post, I have bookmarked your site and also taken your RSS feed, Once More thank you very much for the blog post keep up the good work.
Thank you for your kind words!
Posted by: Richenda at Thu Mar 22, 05:43 PM in
I have found one of the same books. This copy I have was Published in 1901 in Milwaukee Wis. Northweltern Publishing Boufe
From Lisa Wilson, March 10, 2012
Great find! Hopefully now you’ll know better what it is, and what it was used for.
Posted by: Richenda at Tue Nov 22, 06:03 PM in
What a great site!
I am a medieval history buff, so this is a fine site for me…Is there a similar site for medieval religious houses in Scotland?
Also how about collegiate churches in England and Scotland at the Reformation?
I am a Catholic teacher here in California, and have visited England many times…especially to visit the medieval cathedrals…when I worked for an airline.
Thanks for your splendid site.
I hope you have discovered an answer to your questions by now. There are numerous sites out there, but most of them are scholastic and so the everyday time information I try to offer here can be hard to find. Check with the BBC and the British Library. They do articles and programs regularly and might have information with links to help you.
Posted by: Richenda at Sat Jan 22, 05:54 PM in
I think you have an absolutely wonderful site here. You have a huge wealth of information gathered into one site.
Thank you for what is here already.
Are you planning to add information?
Please let me know
Well, you added that comment in Jan 2011 and I have not even logged in since then. I am in seminary at the moment, and that is an overwhelming process. But, YES! I do hope to get back to this site and continue to improve and build it—it just might be a while. Luckily there are a number of new scholastic monastic sites available now, and people are adding manuscript sites and all sorts of things all the time. It’s nice to have others working to provide this content.