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Divers Alarums, eh, Links.

Here is, again, a stack of things you might find interesting:

A 17th century manuscript tells you how to organise your land surveying journal. Or, if you’d like to read about something else, that site has a huge collection of Early English books!

Aarhus University Press has a new free ebook this month, and it is “Past Vulnerability. Vulcanic Eruptions and Human Vulnerability in Traditional Societies Past and Present”, edited by Felix Riede.

Ask the Past tells you how to improve your memory, 16th century style.

Semi-Rad talks about being new at the climbing gym and trying new stuff in general – and yes, I totally agree that being new at things is a wonderful opportunity, and has its own very nice and special delights!

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