When the Vikings arrived to pillage Barking Abbey, the power of Æthelburg’s holiness brought wild animals to protect her tomb.
The Seafarer describes the irresistible call to sea and his experiences on the ocean, but this is a poem of the mind.
Then the enemy, the antagonist to Creation, the Devil’s messenger, began to gather his gear in the visible darkness. He placed a great helm of invisibility and deceit on his head.
Have you seen the medieval comics at the Victoria and Albert Museum?
As sinful human beings become less human morally in their behaviour, the trees become more human physically by their bleeding.
The art and literature of the Middle Ages and modern comics may seem worlds apart, but what happens if they are brought into contact?