Last month, I reviewed Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede, a Medieval Times–style dinner-theater show that serves up heaping portions of nostalgia for the Civil War–era South alongside chicken and biscuits (hold any mention of slavery, please). Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Maze Runner trilogy helmer Wes Ball is being pursued by Fox to direct Mouse Guard, an ambitious live action/VFX mix about a brotherhood of mice during medieval times sworn to protect the fellow rodents in their midst. Matt Reeves is producing the film, which has a script by Book Of Eli and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story scribe Gary Whitta. Show More Summary
During Medieval times, becoming a knight was a method of social mobility. Beginning as a page, then moving up to squire, and finally becoming a knight. The position was one that was granted for service to a monarch, almost always for...Show More Summary
Charlton Heston and moist towelettes helped build a concrete castle empire.
Arby's is rolling out a delicious new menu item that will feel all too familiar for frequent visitors of Disneyland or Medieval Times. In honor of the highly anticipated Game of Thrones season seven finale on Aug. 27, the sandwich chain...Show More Summary
by New Deal Democrat Free Trade, the Primrose Path, and the Blinkered Blindness of macroeconomists Here’s what I learned today: the origin of the phrase “being led down the primrose path.” It turns out that in medieval times, one meaning of the word “primrose” was the “prime,” or first or loveliest, rose. Thus taking the […]
Uh-oh, Al Gore. It looks like you’ve got some more explaining to do. While the former Vice President is cross... The post Al Gore Humiliation=> New Study Proves Earth Was Warmer During Medieval Times appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
“Social responsibility” seems like a recent trend, but businesses have been practicing it for more than half a millennium.
Some of the most famous names of the Sephardic community can be traced back to medieval times.
Some medieval medical books had unusual advice to help improve men’s fertility. Credit: University of Exeter Men could be held responsible for the failure to produce children as far back as medieval times, a new study of medical and religious texts has shown. Show More Summary
Men could be held responsible for the failure to produce children as far back as medieval times, a new study of medical and religious texts has shown.
By: Dr. George James In medieval times, or in any episode of Game of Thrones, you’ll find that people literally live in a castle. It could be a King and his Queen, a Lord and Lady, or a Duke and Duchess. As such, the castle is uniquely built to keep noble men and women safe from invaders. Keep Reading ?
The young were being blamed for society's problems long before they dieted on avocados and lattes.
When Chicago software consultant Mac Dolan heard the screams of a friend being attacked, he knew he had to step in. So he grabbed his most fearsome weapon. A $US100 ($130) sword he'd bought from Medieval Times. More »
Winter is coming early to Harvard University. This fall, students at the Ivy League institution will be able to study how the fantasy world of Westeros relates to what life was really like in medieval times via a new “Game of Thrones”-themed class. They’ll learn how author George R. Show More Summary
What can doctors do to ease emotional pain? The physicians of ancient and medieval times found many plants and plant-derived substances (ie, drugs) that soothed mental as well as physical ills. Rarely did they draw a line between the psychological and physiological benefits of their remedies....
In which a giant robot battles a bunch of knights or some shit. Read more...
"We don’t know. Seriously. There are as many explanations as there are scholars."One answer is: "Since human knights are often seen trembling before—or, indeed, losing to—the harmless, slow-moving snails, it makes sense that the image is a way to emphasize cowardice."
In medieval times, nobles believed a crowned and invested king had "two bodies" - one that was material and earthly, and one that was heavenly and bestowed by god. But "the character Richard II — like Trump — shows us how this agreement to live by a fiction can go wildly wrong. Richard does not […]