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Konrad (1x6^(9-8)x(8-1)=42) (OMFC) (Goo at work, alabaster at home)

Hi!

I hear from the sub mailing list you'd like a sub-editor. Allow me to offer my services smiley - smiley

I'm sort of interested in this sort of thing anyway, being a bit of an early medievalist at heart.

smiley - cheers

Konrad

btw - could you contact Chris to let him know I'm on! Then he can add it to his records and allow me to edit you smiley - smiley


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Bluebottle

Hello Konrad Higgins, glad that you're so interested in the project - I hope you have fun editing it!

I'm sure you'll do a good job, but I'd just like to ask you if you could keep the æ and the Æ in the names, as that is how they were originally spelt, and could you also keep the marker tags in, as they are what make the sub-menu system work. I don't know about you, but I think that the sub-menus are a great help to navigating these articles.

So, what is your favourite area of history to study?

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Konrad (1x6^(9-8)x(8-1)=42) (OMFC) (Goo at work, alabaster at home)

Your diphthongs are safe with me mate!

I enjoy most history, but I love church archaeology, for practical reasons, and from that, medieval remains of all kinds.

Konrad


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Bluebottle

I knew I could rely on you. smiley - winkeye I've also enjoyed your Open University article, by the way.
So, what is your favourite local church? I've not been to Twyford, but I know Reading reasonably well. That's about all I've been to in the Berkshire area. What practical reasons do you love church archeology for above, for example, castle archaelogy?
You've aroused my curiousity!

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