Re: Black Death timeline



Eric Stevens wrote:
On Sun, 9 Nov 2008 14:28:36 -0000, "John Briggs"
<john.briggs4@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Eric Stevens wrote:
On Sun, 09 Nov 2008 00:46:16 +0200, Renia <renia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Eric Stevens wrote:


The blurb on the back of the cover of Exodus to Arthur quotes
Barry Cunliffe:

Nice to see you quote Barry Cunliffe. He was a friend of my
father's.

Your father moved in exalted circles.

You will be able to confirm that Barry Cunliffe is not a member of
the lunatic fringe (for those who don't know already).

He is not immune to flaky ideas: see his embracing the "Atlantic
Celts" hypothesis".

To which part of that 'hypothesis' do you object? Don't hesitate to
give a page reference: I have the book.

Incidentally, your having the book pretty well confirms its status as a fringe belief :-)
--
John Briggs

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