Tag Archives: Medieval

LOOKING TO HISTORY

Something that has been pointed out to me in regard to this website, a number of times is ‘why does the Outlaw publish so many ‘historical’ posts instead of posting about current events?’ The answer to that is quite simple,

SHE SELLS SANCTUARY

Regular readers of the Outlaw, may be aware that for what has been more than two years now, I have attracted the attentions of a stalker. I have two in fact, and although that is a different story altogether, it

THE WAY OF THE WOLF

What was/is an ‘Outlaw’ ? In Medieval England, an Outlaw was a man who had literally been placed ‘outside the protection of the law.’ Only men over 14 could be ‘Outlawed’. Women were said to be ‘waived’ rather than Outlawed

THE LLYWEL STONE….

On any given afternoon in the British Museum, tourists walk casually by some of the greatest collections of artifacts from the ancient world. As people pose by the more famous exhibits, there stands, in the Medieval Gallery, possibly the most