Medieval Monday: Tweets and Post-its

For today’s Medieval Monday I am sharing a post that I found to be quite interesting and worth the read. The full article has additional links to follow for further research on the subject.

Medieval Tweets and Post-its
(Posted by in Random Musings)

May 31st, 1486 turned out to be an unseasonably hot day on the Rhine. Count Philip was holding court. A duke was droning on and on, and the Count was fast losing interest. He patted beads of sweat from his temple with his handkerchief and absent-mindedly studied the stuffy courtroom. His gaze caught on a vase filled with wilting roses and yellowing water. Immediately, he wrote a note asking for a fresh batch to be fetched from Heidelberg…

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