So, we welcome a new month and a new year. January used to be when we bought a calendar, which, with four of us at home, never seemed to have quite enough space for our separate comings and goings! Now the girls have fledged, I confess we have gone all high tech, and use the calendar function on our phones. Calendars were altogether more beautiful in the medieval era. They were found in manuscripts, particularly in Books of Hours –...Read More
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