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Water-related Infrastructure in Medieval LondonBy Roger D. HansenPublished Online (2004)Abstract: There were elements of London’s historic water and wastewater system which were very innovative. In the area of water supply two innovations stand out: (1) the contribution of private capital and enterprise to the construction and operation of major projects and (2) the use of water-wheels under London Bridge to power pumps and lift water for municipal and commercial use.
The Ninja had many roles in their clans: some were unarmed experts, while others used a particular weapon. Still, others were Kunoichi–female ninja! Only one was the grandmaster! This test will reveal what role you might have fulfilled in an ancient clan!More Fun!What Type of Warrior (or Assassin) Are You?
By Susan AbernethyJeanne de Valois was the daughter, sister, and wife of kings. She was born with disabilities and suffered through a miserable marriage. In the end she became devoted to and died in a religious life, eventually becoming a saint.Jeanne was known as Jeanne de France, Jeanne de Valois and Joan de France.
Merchants’ attitudes to work in the Barcelona of the later Middle Ages: organisation of working space, distribution of time and scope of investmentsBy Jaume AurellJournal of Medieval History, Vol. 27 (2001)Abstract: The debate concerning the attitude to work of medieval and renaissance merchants has been one of the most intense in twentieth-century historiography.
Imperial Electioneering: The Evolution of the Election in the Holy Roman Empire from the Collapse of the Carolingians to the Rise of the OttoniansBy Louis T. GentilucciUndergraduate Paper, Gettysburg College, 2014Abstract: The Holy Roman Empire had an electoral process for choosing the Holy Roman Emperor.