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medievalia submenu: medievalia | medievalists with weblogs | early tech resources | professional website This is an list of Medievalists with weblogs, or any other logs which spend some significant portion of their time discussing Medieval content Blogspot: Humanities Researcher (Stephanie Trigg's Blog) Folger Shakepeare Library: The Collation: A Gathering of Scholarship from the Folger Shakespeare Library. The British Library: Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts Blog. Got Medieval Blog. Burnable Books: Lifting the past from the page. In the Middle: A medieval studies group blog A medieval conspiracy theory: The murder of Little Hugh of Lincoln. This blog post shows that medieval tomb monuments, pilgrimages and funerary rites are not always as innocuous as they may seem, as they are sometimes connected to conspiracy theories about child murder. Elizabeth den Hartog • March 05, 2021

A Travelling Medievalist's Blog > A Travelling Medievalist's Blog. Home; About; Francis of Assisi, Nativity Scenes, and a Christmas Time Controversy December 18th, 2015 by Maud McInerney . The first Nativity Scene, by Giotto, from the upper basilica at Assisi Unlocked Wordhoard - the blog belonging to Richard Scott Nokes, professor of medieval literature at Troy University. Considered one of the most influential medievalist bloggers, it was our pleasure to do a video interview about his work (both online and in print). Anachronista - an interview with Carrie Russell, creator of Anachronista. In Memoriam: Sharon Kay Penman (1945-2021) by Kavita Mudan Finn on February 18, 2021. share. We recently lost a great public medievalist: Sharon Kay Penman, author of a massive corpus of medieval historical novels. If you don't know her work, you don't know what you're missing. read more

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  1. An extraordinary thing happened in the field of critical race studies this fall. A 46-page book review of my 2018 Cambridge University Press book, The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages, appeared in the journal Medieval Encounters.The journal called the 46-page opus a review essay, though the review did not treat any other books or any larger subjects, as review essays do: it.
  2. I hope this blog post will advertise medieval Nubia among the wider medievalist community as a worthwhile field of study. Deep under water and back to the past. In 1964, the cathedral of Faras disappeared forever under the rising waters of Lake Nubia, but it is still possible to visit it
  3. es the patronage and use of medieval portable altars in German.
  4. Jobs for Medievalists. Posted on March 24, 2021 by Chris. Position Announcement: Early Materials Cataloger, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University Position: Early Materials Cataloger Department: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library STARS Requisition: 64643BR Minimum salary: $60,500 Yale University, conveniently located.
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The Modern Medievalist established this blog as a sounding board to share his fascination for ideas from the medieval world; and especially how they can be applied in the 21st century; with you! View my complete profile. The Modern Medievalists. Augustus Welby Pugin (1812-1852 One day, an albatross flew by and told him about an even more beautiful light that shone over Antarctica. Because of that, the polar bear convinced three bear friends to go in search of the Light of Antarctica. Because of that, they found themselves on a journey that tested their courage, friendship, and faith

Creatively Medievalist All things creative, with a healthy splash of medievalism Latest from the Blog Get new content delivered directly to your inbox M.A. Mackay Medievalist Twitter: @MicahMackay Blog: thewanderingacademic.com. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email The movie is based on a novel from the 1980s by Noah Gordon, an American author who has written on topics as varied as the Inquisition and Jewish history. The trailer suggests a lack of rigor with regards to medieval history. As others have pointed out, the reference to plague is completely anachronistic

As a public scholar, I intend to write a series of day-by-day (pre-, during, and post-) blog posts on the academic, pedagogical, and personal aspects of the experience. I am co-founder of MassMedieval as well as The Lone Medievalist Project, so stay tuned for a blog series and photolog! -Kisha. 1 Comment Posts about Blogs written by Nick. The Lone Medievalist Blogs, English Language, Medieval, Research Aids, Searchable, Social Media, Societie While posting on this blog has been slow, the Modern Medievalist has been hard at work. Today, the Modern Medievalism Facebook page exceeded 4,000 likes. This has been partly due to new exposure over what many of you already know about: the Sarum Vespers which was celebrated last weekend at St Patrick's Church in Philadelphia The Jill and Paul Ruddock Curator, Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters The Metropolitan Museum of Art Deadline: Review of applications will commence July 16, 2021 Please submit a letter o The film industry has similarly grasped the lucrative potential of merfolk. Last year, China's highest grossing film of all time, Stephen Chow's The Mermaid (美人鱼/美人魚), used the creatures to foreground mankind's destructive effect on the environment. With four new Hollywood mer-movies currently in the pipeline - three inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's The Little.

igital Medievalist is an international web-based community for medievalists working with digital media. It was established in 2003 to help scholars meet the increasingly sophisticated demands faced by designers of contemporary digital projects. Digital Medievalist publishes an open access journal, sponsors conference sessions, runs an email discussion list and encourages best practice in. The Lone Medievalist. The Lone Medievalist is a project designed to bring scholars together who are the only medievalist scholars within their campus or larger community. This community will create a way for scholars to connect with peers and help keep skills such as language fluency, translation, and research sharp, as well as answer questions. Posted on September 1, 2014 by The Medievalist I won't call it keyboarding-I'm too old for that. I learned to type on a small portable Remington while working at a small 100 watt am radio station near Minot, North Dakota

Rumi, Selected Poems, by Rumi, Illustrated by Marian Bantjes, Translated by Coleman Barks- $64.95 (The Folio Society) Rumi may be the most famous poet you've never heard of. Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmi was a 13th century Persian poet, scholar, theologian, and mystic, and his works have been inspiring people for 700 years Annoy a medievalist Bingo. The other week my friends and I enjoyed drinking several pints outside and indulged in one of my new lockdown hobbies - creating bingo cards. (Shout out to Sara and Justin, two beloved stars who helped.) I thought I would share it with you, my loves, so that you too can play along. However to help you with that let.

The Ruminations of an Aspiring Medieval Historian. It seems we can't find what you're looking for. Perhaps searching can help The threads about medievalist topics (video games, movies etc) averaged between 1 and -0.5, with 13% neutral, 47% positive, while the 40% below were less strongly negative than the equivalents in the other groups. Seeing an all-white medieval 'past' on a screen makes white supremacists even happier than medieval history Today here at Modern Medievalist we have a new and interesting subject for our blog. We are speaking with Toby Venables, British writer, journalist, and screenwriter. He has a very interesting series of medieval books he has published, with what we consider a unique take on both medieval and familial history. -(He turns Robin Hood into a villain!

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I am an assistant professor of medieval literature at Ohio University, where I've taught in the English Department since Fall 2013. I received my MA (2005), MPhil (2008) and PhD (2013) from Columbia University. I received my BA from Wake Forest University in 2004, where I graduated magna cum laude with departmental honors in English and History First—and most important for those of you who follow me only here on the blog, particularly by email—feedburner is discontinuing its email service as of July 2021, which means you are going to need to sign up to follow me on social media if you want nudges about when I have posted on the blog. Don't worry! I am easy to find November 17, 2018 Scott Manning. 0. Buried in Christ Church Cemetery is Philadelphia's homegrown Dr. Benjamin Rush (1745-1813), a figure whose credentials will baffle anyone unfamiliar. Bibliographies Joan of Arc Medievalism

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By Karen Kelsky | April 1, 2021. Karen Flynn is an Associate professor in the Department of Gender and Women's Studies and the Department of African American Studies Program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Her research interests include migration and travel, Black The Far-Right Takes Inspiration from the Middle Ages. The association of the European Middle Ages and white identities reflects modern racisms more than medieval realities. Medievalist references. On November 12, 1993, the world saw a slender young Brazilian man fight and submit men twice his size. Royce defeated all of his opponents and became the winner of UFC 1. By the time that UFC 2 was held, the world of martial arts was clambering to know more about the Gracie's and their form of Jiujitsu Voting opens Monday, 21 June 2021 and closes Monday, 5 July 2021 (23:59 UTC) To vote in the election you must be one of the subscribers to the Digital Medievalist mailing list. To vote, use the link and the voting token that have been sent to the email address that you have used to register to DM. Board positions are for two year terms and. I am a medievalist, art historian, storyteller and musician. I am a doctoral candidate in late Medieval French manuscript illumination at the University of Edinburgh, where I also work as an Art History tutor. Welcome to my website. This is the place to find details about my ongoing projects, in academia and beyond

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Winter is here and all men must die. These dictums reveal macabre and foreboding wisdom surrounding the upcoming, final season of HBO's smash-hit series Game of Thrones, based on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire books.. As curators of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts at the Getty, we are thrilled to continue our tradition of bringing you episode recaps on the @gettymuseum. Typical labors for June include sheep-shearing and hay-mowing, (or scything) and raking the dried hay into small piles. Despite what The Walters Museum says about this June calendar image from Walters W.425, Three figures farming, they are in fact two figures scything hay. The two men in the front are mowing or cutting the grass, which.

Notes of a Medievalist (1) The Celts (2) Uncategorized (3) Search for: Follow on WordPress.com. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. Up ↑. A months-old blog post written by a respected medieval scholar, Allen J. Frantzen, It was a blow to find out a respected medievalist, whom many people had used in their dissertations and. A Review of The Canterbury Tales: The Second Nun's Tale. This is one of the few Canterbury Tale that has no prologue. It is about Saint Cecilia. Interestingly enough, The Second Nun's Tale was originally written by Geoffrey Chaucer as a separate work. And to devouren all that others sink

The Cronx Medievalist, Norwich, Norfolk. 119 likes · 6 talking about this. A Historical jaunt through tim Star Wars, Frankenboob, and Anniversaries. A year ago, on May 4th, I sat for my last chemo infusion. In the middle of the pandemic lockdown, bald, eyelashless, and really tired of being really tired I went to chemo alone. 16th Voluntary Poisoning (Eyelashless, by the way, is honestly way weirder than being bald because I looked like my human.

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  1. A medievalist's-eye-view of Game of Thrones, season 5. Books our favorite Game of Thrones characters should consult before heading into season 4. Medieval manuscripts through a Hollywood lens. What a season it was. Let's watch it again, manuscripts in hand
  2. In the medieval middle. Important thread by Sierra Lomuto on the recent book Whose Middle Ages?. People of color are so often erased from conversations, and white scholars continue to shamelessly appropriate our ideas without crediting us -- even in collections like these that are supposed to be about racism and appropriation
  3. Fulton Brown's blog post prompted the noted far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos to publish a blog post on Friday (9/15) that effectively targets Kim for harassment by his readers. This public attack by a white tenured medievalist on an untenured medievalist of color does not represent the intellectual or social values of the IPPS
  4. Higher Education's Medievalist Moral Panic. written by Charlotte Allen. On September 19, the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (ISAS), a 36-year-old organization of academics specializing in the history, culture, and literature of England before the Norman Conquest, hastily voted to change its name. Indeed, the vote was so hasty that.

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There have been vitriolic blog exchanges, expletive-laced social media conflagrations and conference blowups. (Some members of the group Medievalists of Color have announced they will be. These Weapons Killed Leonidas. Those visiting the site of the Battle of Thermopylae (480 BC) will be disappointed to learn that the battlefield has changed dramatically after 2,500 years. This was not due to development, but instead nature—earthquakes, deposits from the nearby hot springs, sediment deposition, and changes in the sea level Reviews Medievalist Comics and the American Century is a crisp, evocative text that details America's unique medievalism by contextualizing the comics that form its core.Chris Bishop writes an engrossing reception history of some of America's most iconic comic book heroes, tracing their lineage across continents and mediums, ultimately producing what should be considered a seminal work on. The blog and book's title itself combines hath in the archaic usage with blog as our current use. This chronologically unbound central conceit revives Chaucer as participant in this variation on fan fiction. Certainly the mash-up results-- clever, learned, and engagingly arcane-- merit their own surprising study in this installment of. Justin Parmenter: North Carolina Tries to Control What Teachers Teach. NCBT Teacher Justin Parmenter writes here about the reaction of the Republican-controlled Legislature to their rampant fear that teachers might try to indoctrinate students into radical views of American history and society, like discussing shameful episodes in the past

2. The Wannabe Rock Star: Tony Defries. Tony Defries' hero was Elvis' manager, Colonel Tom Parker. So in 1970, when Defries saw a new king of rock in 23-year-old David Bowie, he pounced on the. Sreenshot of The Spectator, 23 May 2021. On 16 May 2021, journalist Adeel Raja, a Middle East reporter who freelances for CNN, tweeted: 'The world today needs a Hitler' . Raja was fired from. Robert Hollander, Who Led Readers Into 'The Inferno,' Dies at 87. He and his wife wrote an admired translation of Dante's Divine Comedy, and he began an innovative project to digitize. Medievalist I'm very glad people have found my sites useful and interesting, and would be delighted if you felt like buying me a coffee. I confess that it's possible you might be buying me tea, though, because I like both (I am fueled by caffeine)

going-medieval-series-trailer. I am very happy to announce that I have a new series on life in medieval England out on the History Hit online channel. It is four episodes focusing on peasants, guilds, clergy, and the nobility, respectively. If you would like to watch more than the trailer here you can find it at https://access.historyhit.com. Meet a Medievalist: Brian J. Reilly. This post our first in a new series, in each of which we will pick the brain of a different Fordham medievalist. This Friday, Fordham medievalists will have a chance to hear from Dr. Brian Reilly (Associate Professor of French) about his recently published book, Getting the Blues: Vision and Cognition in the. My 2021 Hug a Medievalist Day giveaway pack includes the following prizes. (1) A Hug a Medievalist Day mug. (2) A Hug a Medievalist Day charm (bracelet not included - keep in mind this is a charm, so it's small) (3) An autographed print copy of my medieval romance, Illuminations of the Heart. (4) And last but far from least, a bag of Hershey. They both came from the Germanic name Hrodgar/Hrodger [renowned spear] (It took me quite a while to discovered how the change happened, thanks to the strong influence of OE pronunciation. Of all the names in the royal family, only Hroðgar (ON: Hróðgeirr) survived (though Continue reading. Hroðgar and Roger. by undreamtshores 27th Jun. Winter in Shanghai. It's been four months since we left the shores of Blighty for the Pearl of the Orient; it's a title claimed by numerous cities, but our particular pearl is the biggest city in China. Shanghai is vibrant, sprawling, and FULL OF PEOPLE. There are 24million people living..

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The Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts Blog is written by curators in the British Library's Department of History and Classics. It publicises all aspects of the Library's work on western manuscripts produced before 1600, including our digitisation and cataloguing projects, exhibitions and publications guest blogs (3) Hearts in Autumn (7) historical (3) historical romances (1) Hug a Medievalist Day (5) I've been tagged (3) Illuminations of the Heart (54) Illuminations of the Heart in the News (5) In the News (3) InD'Tale (1) Indie Author Hub (1) indie publishing (1) Isabel's story (8) Joyce DiPastena Chronicles (1) Just for fun (1) Just This. Pictures of Emily. These are all Italian Renaissance works of art concerning the character, Emily, from The Knight's Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer. Posted by awriterslife96 at 2:36 PM. Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Philosophy Blogs. Maverick Philosopher (Bill Vallicella) Public Intellectual Blogs. As I may think...(Bob Wyman) Waka Waka Waka (Malcolm Pollack) Medievalist English Literature Blogs. Unlocked Wordhoard (Richard Nokes) Wormtalk and Slugspeak (Michael Drout) Literary Blogs. Contemporary Nomad (Robin Hunt, John Nadler, Olen Steinhauer, Kevin Wignall

Growing up, I always wanted to look like Mary Kate Danaher. It's funny--I realized today that I've probably watched two of her movies every year since I was a kid--Miracle on 34th Street and The Quiet Man.And of course I grew up with The Parent Trap.Her performances are as much a part of my memories, my cultural grounding, as Monty Python or the Replacements Medievalist. Hillsdale College invites application for a tenure-track faculty position in History (beginning August, 2020), rank to be determined by the level of experience and the record of the successful candidate. We seek a Medievalist with ability to teach upper-level surveys covering the Early Middle Ages through the High and Late Middle. Scott Stringer. Stringer is New York's Comptroller, and previously served as Manhattan Borough President. He believes that NYC faces a crisis like the one in 1977-- some of New York's darkest days. He wants to get tourists back and juice the economy. He has been a moderate Democrat, but is running as a progressive A Medievalist Uses Emacs. The title almost sounds like something you'd see headlining a parody but it turns out that a medievalist using Emacs is really what this post is about. Joseph R. Johnson is a medievalist at Georgetown who spends a great deal of his time transcribing medieval texts. That's harder than you might think—if that's.

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Welcome to my site! I am Professor of English at the University of South Carolina. Reach me at Holly.A.Crocker@gmail.com Here you will find information about my scholarly work, but also blog posts about what currently interests me (some more formal, some more casual) Welcome to the Aberystwyth Medievalists website! This platform brings together everything that is going on within the medieval history community at Aberystwyth University. Here we publish all information on the annual Aberystwyth Medievalist Conference, which takes place at the end of June or early July and is now being held for the fourth time Dia daoibh! I'm Finn Longman, a writer, queer librarian, competitive Irish dancer, and stay-at-home medievalist (among other things). Welcome to my blog, where you can expect to hear my thoughts on all manner of things, including books, medieval literature, writing, dance, and gender Welcome to Middle Ages for Educators, designed for teachers, students, and all who research and learn about the Middle Ages (c. 300-1500 C.E.). We offer short videos and lesson plans from some of the world's specialists on various medieval topics for students and teachers to use. During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we have all had to. This post shall review Albert-lazlo Barabasi's 2002 book with the title 'Linked: How Everything is Connected to Everything and What It Means for Business, Science and Everyday Life'.. It has been a while since I have read or wrote anything about networks. So when I found a book that took an interdisciplinary approach and aimed to explain the world through networks, I was immediately.

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  1. As one of many changes wrought this spring, the Massachusetts Medievalist blog has officially moved from Humanities Commons to Substack - welcome to new subscribers! I hope you like the new site's functionalities. Stay tuned for the summer 2020 online reading group, geared toward Lesley University undergraduates but open to everyone
  2. All of these figures are Old Glory 25 or indeed 28mm (Yes Dudes they are the same thing for most people unless you have 3mm angst!). They come from various ranges - Indian Mutiny, North West Frontier, Crusades and Renaissance Persians. Persian High command. These will, of course end up as Mughals. A lovely mob
  3. For Digital Medievalist, He blogs for Smart News and contributes to the American Geophysical Union. He has a B.Sc. in physical science and philosophy, and a M.A. in journalism
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  6. The Lone Medievalist - BIPOC Scholar Guest Post. [ We continue to welcome #BLM and BIPOC guest posts. We pay $150 for accepted posts. 1000 words ballpark; profanity welcome. Art/poetry also welcome. Please send a draft or query/pitch to Karen at gettenure@gmail.com] Bio from the author: The writer is a woman of color and contingent faculty at.

6/25/19 12:15PM. 22. 9. The recent release of Godzilla: King of the Monsters and the introduction of a whole new monsterverse has got this medievalist thinking a lot about the creatures that. The Roving Medievalist Celebrating the beauty of life, the glory of art, and the miraculous wonders of humanity, while declaring war on fusspots and prisspots everywhere, and having a lot of fun in the process. Blog Archive 2011 (12) May (3) April (4) March (1) February (1) January (3) 2010 (241). In 1181 a pontoon bridge, also known as a floating bridge, was created by connecting several shallow boats together with wooden planks to allow people to cross the canal. This pontoon bridge was replaced with a wooden bridge in 1250. Wood, of course, is more stable than floating boats, but it is also flammable

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  1. on Lynn White—Medievalist and Futurist? Lynn White focused on the role of technology in the middle ages searching for the roots of the technological innovation that contributed to the West's rise and technological supremacy. His Medieval Technology and Social Change is a collection of lectures delivered in 1957 and remains an important book.
  2. I've kept this blog, on and off, since 2006. In 2015 I used it to chart daily encounters, images, thoughts and feelings about volcanic basalt/bluestone in Melbourne and Victoria, especially in the first part of the year. I plan to write a book provisionally titled Bluestone: An Emotional History, about human uses of and feelings for bluestone
  3. May 11, 2015. Hartwig HKD / Creative Commons. O n April 22, to the delight and surprise of many academics on social media, the noted sex-advice columnist and social critic Dan Savage published a.
  4. ican University, Perry uses his experience as a medievalist who contributes to popular news outlets to argue that academics can - and should - use their knowledge and expertise to weigh in on contemporary debates

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Want a review on your blog? Want to review someone else's blog? This is the place. Network link 'em up, plug 'em or pan 'em. 551 4.1K. Threads 551 Messages 4.1K. Blog! Open to Critique! Medievalist; Sep 29, 2013; Replies 3 Views 15K. Dec 2, 2015. Southpaw. Normal threads. Writing Blogs: What do you Post? BigJ1; Jun 27, 2019; Replies 15. MassMedieval is at it again, organizing for the International Congress. Building off the success of last year's roundtable, for the 2016 Congress, our topic is a sequel The Ballad of the Lone Medievalist Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Job

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by Medievalist on Friday February 21, 2020 @04:19PM Attached to: Larry Tesler, Computer Scientist Who Created Cut, Copy, and Paste, Dies At 74 Larry Tesler extended to computers the existing terms used in manual text composition (cut, paste, etc.) that described physical actions for laying out things like newspapers Medievalist writing games. A small experimental game-like thing about yearning and communicating in isolation A ninth-century Irish monk working in Reichenau Abbey wrote one in the margins of his manuscript a lovely poem to his pet, a (presumably) white cat called Pangur Ban: So in peace our tasks we ply, Pangur Bán, my cat, and I; In our arts we find our bliss, I have mine and he has his. That is a person who is very fond of his cat

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The range of my interests is reflected by my involvement with three learned societies: I was for many years a Council member of the Society for Renaissance Studies, and, for five years, I was the Executive Officer to the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature, who publish Medium Ævum; I am also an Hon. Editor for Oxford. To send content items to your account, please confirm that you agree to abide by our usage policies. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Find out more about sending content to . To send content items to your. Headley's translation engages with new skepticism regarding the relationship that has developed between the epic and prevailing ideas about male heroism (as Talya Zax put it in the New York Times)-- Headley is working against assumptions that the main character is an unabashed hero, and that the monsters are unequivocally monstrous.I read her translation when it appeared late last summer. We would like to show you a description here but the site won't allow us The other night, a group of friends and I had a go at a local pub quiz, which was predictably Halloween-themed. One of the questions, which caused a bit of dissent in our team's ranks, was this: What did the druids sacrifice? Of course, the actual answer to this is 'probably a lot of things, Medievalist definition: a student or devotee of the Middle Ages | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and example