Victoria Reed
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Oh Boy! What a haul.

One of my classmates in BritLit I posted a link in our discussion board to the brand new Staffordshire Anglo-Saxon treasure. I almost passed it by because the last link posted contained some lovely silver but nothing compared to this haul. In viewing the BBC report I came across an interview with the finder, a regular chap out pursuing his hobby, Terry Herbert. I was impressed with his perception and attitude regarding his find. He says it was more exciting to watch the reactions of the… Continue

Posted on September 26, 2009 at 4:00pm

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Moved over here
Musica: http://www.last.fm/user/wbfgr

Changelog Week of:
09/20/09: Topics:Archaeology Staffordshire Anglo-Saxon cache
Neolithic Cathedral articles at Ness of Brodgar
Topics:Video Lectures Editor's {forgotten}YouTube playlist link posted
09/04/09; BritLit, study with my class.
8/31/09; My music catalog on Last.fm
8/2/09; Added de Tocqueville to the Card Catalog, Classics & History to Topics - American History + Exhaustive site on European Early History, minor housekeeping changes
7/19/09; Added Music -->English Folksongs/Appalachia in Topics
added Audio Library Tab
7/12/09; after banging my brain against a code wall, came up with a workable format

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At 5:54pm on August 27, 2009, Kristy Blazo said…
Thank you Victoria for the helpful links and video lectures in your reference library! As a new student to Anthropology I'm really enjoying the introductory research right now.
At 4:30pm on July 17, 2009, Keith Hart said…
Victoria, I just saw how far you have now reached with the preparation of your reference library. I know it hasn't been easy. But the result so far is really impressive. I hope your example will encourage others to do something similar. Keith
 
 
 

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