18 10 / 2014

28 9 / 2014

Indriķa hronika un piezīmes referātam par peregriniem

Indriķa hronika un piezīmes referātam par peregriniem

20 9 / 2014

12 9 / 2014

06 9 / 2014

01 9 / 2014

ābele - siev.dz.
ābolkoks - vīr.dz.

dienu radīja Dievs, nakti - velns, bet rītu - domīgie

30 8 / 2014

"If you want to be happy, be."

Leo Tolstoy (via ohdreaming)

(Source: larmoyante, via mori-girl)

28 8 / 2014

katru reizi, kad aizeju uz dārzu, galvā rosās tik daudz domu - par augiem, par puķēm, pr nezālēm, par kukaiņiem un kaķiem… bet ar smilšainiem pirkstiem nebūtu labi skrāpēt telefona ekrānu… tā nu katru reizi domāju smukas domas un domāju, ka aiziešu mājās un uzrakstīšu tās… un tā dienu no dienas, bet vasara jau lēnām beidzas…

26 8 / 2014

lietus. saule. mežs. sēnes. kaķis - sēņotājs. kaķis - pūce. priedes. sūnas. sēņu mērce. bērzlapes novārītas. bekas gaida…

26 8 / 2014

Beidzot list arī manā dārzā

Beidzot list arī manā dārzā

26 8 / 2014

medievalistsnet:

Northern Renaissance? Burgundy And Netherlandish Art In Fifteenth-Century Europe
Hanno Wijsman
Renaissance? Perceptions of Continuity and Discontinuity in Europe, c.1300- c.1550: pp 269-288, (2010)
Abstract
Everyone who has studied medieval or modern history knows that the periodisation of the eras on either side of the Renaissance provides much food for thought. This contribution aims irst to address the usefulness of the widespread concept of the ‘Northern Renaissance’. This will inevitably involve an examination of the more general concept of the ‘Renaissance’, but this will be considered in the context of the relationship between North and South in thirteenth-century Europe. On account of the massive bibliography on this topic, this article cannot claim to be comprehensive, but will examine only key works and some recent contributions. Second, I hope to show here that the history of the book, of book collecting and of library formation can shed new light on more general problems in cultural history…

medievalistsnet:

Northern Renaissance? Burgundy And Netherlandish Art In Fifteenth-Century Europe

Hanno Wijsman

Renaissance? Perceptions of Continuity and Discontinuity in Europe, c.1300- c.1550: pp 269-288, (2010)

Abstract

Everyone who has studied medieval or modern history knows that the periodisation of the eras on either side of the Renaissance provides much food for thought. This contribution aims irst to address the usefulness of the widespread concept of the ‘Northern Renaissance’. This will inevitably involve an examination of the more general concept of the ‘Renaissance’, but this will be considered in the context of the relationship between North and South in thirteenth-century Europe. On account of the massive bibliography on this topic, this article cannot claim to be comprehensive, but will examine only key works and some recent contributions. Second, I hope to show here that the history of the book, of book collecting and of library formation can shed new light on more general problems in cultural history…

25 8 / 2014

Skatos visiem baigi smuki sēņojas. Vajadzēs rītdien aiziet uz mežu, kazi man arī kāda smuka sēņu saime patrāpīsies :-D

25 8 / 2014

Kā es līdz šim varēju izdzīvot bez avokado, spinātiem, ziedkāpostiem, brokoļiem un puraviem…

24 8 / 2014

compoundchem:

For today, here’s a quick update to an old graphic on the discovery dates of the different elements, rearranged to make it easier to print. See a bigger version and grab the download on the site: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-3w

compoundchem:

For today, here’s a quick update to an old graphic on the discovery dates of the different elements, rearranged to make it easier to print. 

See a bigger version and grab the download on the site: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-3w

(via biblipeacay)

24 8 / 2014

medievalistsnet:

Miracula, Saints’ Cults and Socio-Political Landscapes: Bobbio, Conques and post-Carolingian society
Faye Taylor
University of Nottingham: Doctor of Philosophy, July (2012)
Abstract
Despite the centrality of monastic sources to debates about social and political transformation in post-Carolingian Europe, few studies have approached the political and economic status of monasteries and their saints’ cults in this context, to which this thesis offers a comparative approach…

medievalistsnet:

Miracula, Saints’ Cults and Socio-Political Landscapes: Bobbio, Conques and post-Carolingian society

Faye Taylor

University of Nottingham: Doctor of Philosophy, July (2012)

Abstract

Despite the centrality of monastic sources to debates about social and political transformation in post-Carolingian Europe, few studies have approached the political and economic status of monasteries and their saints’ cults in this context, to which this thesis offers a comparative approach…