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avatar(2)What did Dublin sound like in 1320? What was the news of the day? Who were the people who lived there? In this episode you will experience the world of late medieval Dublin with sounds from medieval life. The podcast takes the form of a walk through the city as it was in 1320 where we encounter everything from pigs roaming the streets to the city hangman Philip of Colchester. This show is different from previous episodes so let me know what you make of it by contacting me @irishhistory on twitter or irishhistorypodcast on facebook. I will be giving tours of medieval Dublin in the coming months – if you are interested contact me at history@irishhistorypodcast.ie

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The Sounds of Medieval Life, a walk through Dublin in 1320

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