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Unlike other regions of Europe that have been more thoroughly combed-over, Poland still has many early medieval sites to discover despite its dense and long settlement. For example, a group of barrows dating from the ninth century was found in the 1990s; they had passed the centuries undiscovered not only by archeologists, but also by the local townspeople, who knew of the "little mounds" in the woods but had no idea they were of historical or archeological significance (134). But the excitement of discovery is not the only emotion to arise in connection with digs in Poland.




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In providing this translation in English, the series editors were, presumably, aiming the book at an audience of early medieval specialists, and there is certainly material there that should be of interest. (The translator, Paul Barford, deserves greater credit for ably undertaking this prodigious labor. He is not listed on the title page, and one has to turn to the "notes on the translation" in the back to find him. Barford authored The Early Slavs. Culture and Society in Early Medieval Eastern Europe [Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2001] A second book by Barford, closer to home for most medievalists, is due out in July 2009: Britain's Portable Antiquity Heritage: Artefact Collecting and the Archaeological Record [Boydell Press], co-written with Nigel Swift.)


The extensive bibliography showcases both the book's strengths and its limitations: hundreds of Polish articles and books are listed, indicating a deep foundation of monographic studies supported by the Academy of Sciences, but few western European studies are cited (cf. Bogucki above). Those that would set early medieval Poland in context of Europe generally, and Germanic lands especially, are lacking. While the book is without doubt a valuable reference tool and summation of the findings in medieval archeology in the territory of Poland, it also shows how difficult it has been for the last two decades for east European historians to break down the hard boundaries of national history, and for outsiders to penetrate in.


However, historians interested in the interplay between artifacts and texts, and the disciplinary dialogue with medieval archeology, will find Buko's book an interesting comparison to Christopher Gerrard's study of England, Medieval Archaeology. Understanding Traditions and Contemporary Approaches (London: Routledge, 2003) and Günter P. Fehring's The Archaeology of Medieval Germany (London: Routledge, 1991).


However, the film received only limited release in North America (with most of its fanbase created via the circulation of bootleg DVDs imported from Asia) until Miramax released it on DVD in late 2003. The North American version has added narration to make it easier for the audience to understand the plot; although the option to view the film without the English overdubbing is provided, the subtitles still display the added dialogue. The British region-free DVD has literal English subtitles which explain the King Arthur connection better and does not display added dialogue.


In an unspecified era there is a forbidden online virtual reality video game. Players fight with modern, medieval and fantasy weapons in a world marked by war. In-game earned credits can be exchanged in real life for currency. Sometimes, usually with higher level players, a player's spirit may stay inside the game, and the body stays vegetating in hospitals in the real world.


Non-Polish speakers have subtitles to translate the Polish dialogue, though only the Polish dialogue. The language of the Pagans is left as hard to interpret for the audience as it is for the leads. It is not a bad artsy touch. Neither are the visuals, which are really striking. The use of lighting really brings out the cool colors and make the forested island look quite beautiful in places. Yet also foreboding, especially so as the leads trek further inland. Throw in some inventive shots, from first-person views to birds-eye views and more, and one has a cinematographic visual feast for the eyes.


The Christmas carols we sing each year have their roots in medieval church music. But as Matt Lewis finds out in this episode, carols were not just for Christmas but could be sung in different settings all your round.


On this day, we would like to bring you closer to the historical times prevailing on the Polish territory, displaying screenings of the film "Krzyzacy" ("Knights of the Teutonic Order") - with English subtitles.


Knights of the Teutonic Order is a vivid portrayal of customs, life, and the fight for independence in medieval Poland. Brilliantly directed, a must-see in order to attain a better knowledge of the medieval era.


For developers, localization is a key element to creating a financially successful product that will create a global fanbase. To do this, developers hire foreign voice actors, translate subtitles, and change elements within the game to better align with a certain target culture.


There are many different approaches to video game language learning. By switching the dialogue over to a target language and turning on English subtitles, you can follow along with the audio, picking up visual cues from the scene and character body language. This in-context learning makes language learning a challenging yet rewarding endeavor.


Repetition will make video game language learning a breeze. Did your character die and you have to rewatch a cutscene? Instead of skipping the cutscene to get right back into action, use that time to listen to the same dialogue again while reading the subtitles, taking note of the detail put into word pronunciation.


Waterworks! is a card-based strategy game. You've been placed in charge of the water supply in the medieval town of Grudziądz. You'll have to use your management skills to make sure every house has enough water and at the same time gather supplies for development of new technologies!


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