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20 Apr 2010

Andreas Scholl, Barbican, London

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/0808e5d2-4c96-11df-9977-00144feab49a.html

By Richard Fairman [Financial Times, 20 April 2010]

Even in the 15th century, there were inveterate travellers. Oswald von Wolkenstein (c1376-1445) spent much of his early life exploring the furthest corners of Europe and beyond, from Spain to Tartary, Lithuania to the Holy Land - though his writings leave no mention of travel delays owing to medieval volcanic eruptions.

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