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optic_i
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Re: What's Your Favorite Timeline in Books?

This a time travel guide to the past. Thought I'd learn more about the people and places of the regular folks in the 14th century.   :smileyhappy:

 

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The Time Traveler's Guide to Medieval England

 

The past is a foreign country. This is your guidebook. A time machine has just transported you back into the fourteenth century. What do you see? How do you dress? How do you earn a living and how much are you paid? What sort of food will you be offered by a peasant or a monk or a lord? And more important, where will you stay?

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Re: What's Your Favorite Timeline in Books?


optic_i wrote:

This a time travel guide to the past. Thought I'd learn more about the people and places of the regular folks in the 14th century.   :smileyhappy:

 

Optic

 

The Time Traveler's Guide to Medieval England

 

The past is a foreign country. This is your guidebook. A time machine has just transported you back into the fourteenth century. What do you see? How do you dress? How do you earn a living and how much are you paid? What sort of food will you be offered by a peasant or a monk or a lord? And more important, where will you stay?


It looks good optic, I may have to put it in my pile, thanks :smileyhappy: