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Alternate Medieval Routes

#1
I am an associate editor for a medieval pilgrimage encyclopedia out of Brill, the Netherlands...and one of the articles I am looking to write or to assign is on other (than the Camino Frances) Camino routes that were widely used during the middle ages period...that is up to 1500's.

I'm familiar with the English Route and know, of course of the Camino Portugues and the Camino Primitivo, but would like to know if there is any primary text that I (or you) may research on this time period.

I'm also looking for someone to take on the Pilgrimage sites in Scandanavia for this era, as well.

Hoping to hear from you if you interest,
Kathy Gower, PhD
 

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#2
Hi there, I've been doing quite a bit of research on Scottish pilgrimage routes if that is any interest to you.
I'm also interested to hear what you guys are doing with the encyclopedia.
Thanks.
Roger
 

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