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wealdcomics:

Well well well, what do we have here? There’s a jump in scenes in today’s Tatterhood.
We’re not even halfway through this chapter online, so if you want to read it right now, grab the PDF of Tatterhood: Unwanted Visitors over on Gumroad. Or pick up a physical copy of Weald Issue 1 - including both Orin and the Dead Man’s Sword and Tatterhood: Unwanted Visitors.

wealdcomics:

Well well well, what do we have here? There’s a jump in scenes in today’s Tatterhood.

We’re not even halfway through this chapter online, so if you want to read it right now, grab the PDF of Tatterhood: Unwanted Visitors over on Gumroad. Or pick up a physical copy of Weald Issue 1 - including both Orin and the Dead Man’s Sword and Tatterhood: Unwanted Visitors.

lunacylover:

Ostrów Lednicki is one of the most important archaeological sites concerning the early history of Poland.

Located in an island in the southern portion of Lake Lednica between the cities of Gniezno and Poznań - in the heart of early Slavonic Polanie tribe - it’s a place where a gród (gord - medieval Slavonic fortified settlement) was built and existed around the 10th-11th centuries, at the times when early Poland started to take a shape. Originally the island was connected with the land by a long platform bridge (very characteristic for the architecture of the West Slavs), currently the only way to get to the island is to use a ferryboat. Existing ruins of a chapel, church and palace, thought to be the home of the first Kings of the Piast dynasty and a supposed place of the king Mieszko’s baptism, have been roofed over for preservation. Today the ruins are of archaeological significance, and the site of the Museum of the Piast Dynasty, opened in 1969.

Sources: [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x]. Check out other Slavic settlements.

// In Polish: do obejrzenia “Wyspa Władców" i do pobrania "Studia Lednickie"- czasopismo naukowe Muzeum Pierwszych Piastów na Lednicy

(via saewulf)

lamus-dworski:

Slavic settlement in Owidz, Poland.

The gord (Slavic settlement) in Owidz was established during the reign of Bolesław the Brave, at the beginning of 11th century, as a result of the growing influence of the Polans. It was shortly destroyed at the end of the same century - probably on an order of the Duke Władysław Herman. During the first half of 12th century these areas were eventually Christianized and became a part of the Gniew castellany, later came under the Teutonic Knights’ dominion (1282).

Sources: [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x].

// In Polish: do obejrzenia amatorski film “Miecz i krzyż - legenda grodu w Owidzu

(via saewulf)