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Historical Day Gallery , White House Cancer Support 7 May 2011
Bows, Blades & Battles Press

"From Dudley Castle to Dryslwyn Castle" (Originally published in "Ramparts: Magazine of the Friends of Dudley Castle" November 2008) (Click here for full article)

"From Talley To Halesowen" (Originally published in "Ramparts: The Magazine of the Friends of Dudley Castle" May 2009) (Click here for full article)

"The Physicians of Myddfai" (Originally published in "Ramparts: The Magazine of the Friends of Dudley Castle" November 2009) (Click here for full article)

“Medicine Man”

Adventures in Archaeology - Past Horizons Magazine 11 - Feb 2010

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"The Lords of Dudley and the Rebellions of Llwelyn ap Gruffudd Part 1" (Originally published in "Ramparts: The Magazine of the Friends Of Dudley Castle" May 2010) (Click here for full article)

"Another Arrow Which Changed History" (Originally published in "The Reenactor" Issue 18 2010)(Click here to view full article)

Using Chaucer to recreate the Medieval Medic (Originally published in "The Reenactor" Issue 22 2010)(Click here to view full article)

"The Lords of Dudley and the Rebellions of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd (Part 2)" (Originally published in "Ramparts: the Magazine of the Friends of Dudley Castle" November 2010)(Click here to view article)

The Paganells of Dudley Castle and the Anarchy (Originally published in "Ramparts:The Magazine of the Friends of Dudley Castle November 2010) (Click here to view article)

Did they use Barbed Arrows or Bodkins (2012)

The Discovery No One Mentions (This article first appeared in the November 2011 edition of Ramparts: The magazine of the Friends of Dudley Castle) (Click here)

A Short History Of the Fleam Dec. 2014

The Strange Case Of Henry V's Wandering Wound

Prince Hal's Head Wound at the Battle of Shrewsbury by Michael Livingstone. An Amateur Scholar's Response

And The True Victor of Agincourt Was...?

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