I know more Catalan geology than most trombonists, but this paper, Stratigraphy and petrology of the Miocene Montjuïc delta, was an absolute revelation (and I’m not just trying to demonstrate to you what a smart git I am). The graphics and tables are lousy quality, but from now on the text is kind of compulsory reading for all youse walkers. Possibly.
- Catalan etymology of paper? Probably not
Xavi Caballé mentions an oft-cited Catalan etymology of paper: 1249; del ll. papyrus, i aquest, del gr. pápyros ‘papir’, adaptat per via
- Catalan historical revisionism
Manuel Capdevila occasionally comments here but now has his own blog, Revised Catalonia History, whose goal is to remedy what he
- Etymology of Montjuïc/Mountjoy/Montjoie
“Jewish mountain” is currently hot favourite in Barcelona council offices because it is believed that this will attract well-off tourists from
- Perspectives for home schooling in Catalonia
It’s looking good, and who the hell cares if it’s unconstitutional?
- inquisition manual
Normally I’ll read any kind of rubbish, but this has got me defeated and puzzled. It’s a collection of instructions dating