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21-10-2019 | © picture 4 mins read

Same past, different histories: Remembering the Jagiellonians across Europe

When you think of the Renaissance period in Europe, what springs to mind? Perhaps the Medici family in Italy where the Renaissance is said to have begun, or the discovery of the ‘New World’ by Europeans like Christopher Columbus or Abel Tasman. But have you heard of the Jagiellonians?

14-01-2019 | © Magdalen College Oxford Old Library © Marsilio Editori in Venezia © Marina Goldring

La rivoluzione della stampa in Europa in mostra a Venezia

20-12-2018 | © Magdalen College Oxford Old Library © Marsilio Editori in Venezia © Marina Goldring 4 mins read

On the trail of the first printed books, the beginning of the knowledge economy

22-05-2018 | © picture 6 mins read

Sailing the mysteries of old maps

02-05-2016 | Research picture: Graffito on a private wall, Janjanbureh Island © Alice Bellagamba 2 mins read

The past and present of slavery: a history in the making

29-04-2016 | Cover: © Nature/Marta Mirazon Lahr 3 mins read

Discovery in Kenya sheds light on the origins of warfare

21-03-2016 | Image: © National Museum of Denmark 2 mins read

International recognition for ERC-funded research in archaeology

19-08-2015 | © picture 2 mins read

China and the Historical Sociology of Empire