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More Updates!!!

Posted on February 17, 2016 at 10:53 AM Comments comments (40)
In the process of adding more content to the website after a few months hiatus to take on other responsibilities in my regional SCA group.

I am excited to add a couple of new resources:

  • Translation of an article from Archelogica Historica on the Prague Houppelande
  • link to an article: Oliver de la Marche and the Urban Culture in Late Medieval Brussels by Alastair Millar
  • Additional translated content from the Philip the Good dissertation: The furriers

Coming soon:
  • translation of texts on women's clothing from Philip the Good dissertation  


Thanks for checking out the website: I hope you find it useful. As always, please feel free to offer suggestions on how I can make this better.

Charles


Sometimes you just need help

Posted on February 3, 2016 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (35)

Life has been pretty crazy of late. I was promoted in to a new role that is much busier than my previous role, and my personal life has also become a bit more complex of late. Due to this, my ability to allocate time to working through translations from the Philip the Good clothing project has shrunk significantly. I don't want the project to completely halt, so I tested using the fiverr.com  service that was recommended to me to employ qualified freelance translators. I tried using auto-translation tools; however, there is far too much detail and nuance to make them a viable resource. I am spectacularly pleased with the translation service I received from https://www.fiverr.com/nsohmofor I highly recommend them, and I will employ again in the future. Hopefully when life slows down a bit, I can get back to working through my own translations.

I hope you find this latest update informative and useful to understanding how furs were used in period

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