Medieval Tale of Two Cities

Chaucer’s London to Beckett’s Canterbury. That’s whither goest former Museum of London archaeologist Kevin Flude and his 21st-century pilgrims on this virtual tour. So, yes, this one’s a mediaeval tale of two cities. And, needless to say, this little podcast of Kevin’s is an advancer. Tells you what you’re going to get and the order in which you’ll get it. The game plan is Chaucer in London and then the route down to Canterbury. With special emphasis on the Canterbury Tales and the scenes they paint of mediaeval men and women and life and times.

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