Hi all, we're back with another pick of our Session's Highlights! This month, we have been looking at superstitions of traditional crafts and rural jobs, in what we have called our Crafts Month Special - and it is extra special as we have also been featuring museum objects related to our themes on our Blog! … Continue reading #SuperstitionSat Highlights: Jewellery, Blacksmithing & Mining
#SuperstitionSat Highlights: Insects
Welcome back to our round of Highlights from our #SuperstitionSat Sessions on Twitter! We had another great week with almost 100 retweets again, and for the first time ever, in some areas of the globe, we were ... *gasp* ... TRENDING! This was equal parts scary and exciting, and I do hope that we made … Continue reading #SuperstitionSat Highlights: Insects
#SuperstitionSat Highlights: The Oldest Superstitions
Welcome to another round-up of highlights from our sessions! Yesterday's theme was 'The Oldest Superstitions' - looking for beliefs from ancient peoples and civilizations that we might still remember and use today. Our first highlight was this tweet from Olivia Armstrong, as it reminded me of one of my favourite superstitions: that if you don't … Continue reading #SuperstitionSat Highlights: The Oldest Superstitions
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