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Nicola McDonald

. 20v (before 1333); British Library, MS Cotton Julius D. viii, fol. 105v (c. 1450)). 2 Michael Flanders, ‘The reluctant cannibal’, The Songs of Michael Flanders and Donald Swann (London, 1977), pp. 64–6. 3 The word ‘cannibal’ derives from Caniba, a variant of Carib, the term used by the both the islanders and Spanish colonists to designate the natives of the Caribbean islands. Columbus promoted the belief that the Canibales were savage man-eaters; their reputed dietary transgressions were quickly exploited by the colonists as a justification for the decimation of

in Pulp fictions of medieval England
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The wall texts of a Percy family manuscript and the Poulys Daunce of St Paul’s Cathedral
Heather Blatt

Archaeology plan]). 65 Google’s most well-known virtual tour explores Abbey Road, https:// insideabbeyroad.withgoogle.com/en. In a more serious example of the political and historical role virtual imagery like that provided by Google Earth can play: at the time of the writing of this chapter, satellite imagery was used by the UN to assess the state of the late antique ruins at Palmyra, much of which had been overtaken and demolished by the Islamic State (ISIS) in 2016. 66 Mimi Sheller, ‘Virtual islands: mobilities, connectivity, and the new Caribbean spatialities’. Small

in Participatory reading in late-medieval England