Germany

Lorsch Abbey: A Carolingian Monastery
Europe Travel, Germany, History & Archaeology

Lorsch Abbey: A Carolingian Monastery

Just outside of the famous city of Worms, Germany is a lesser-known, but historically significant little abbey known as Kloster Lorsch. It may not look like much from the outside, but there is a lot of history at Kloster Lorsch. Founded by the Frankish Count Cancor in 764, the abbey […]

Glass Slippers and Sixth-Century Wine
Europe Travel, Germany, History & Archaeology

Glass Slippers and Sixth-Century Wine

A trip to Cologne, Germany usually means a trip to see the Kölner Dom, or Cologne Cathedral, and why not? It’s one of the most spectacular Cathedrals in Germany. However this post is not about the Cathedral, this post is about the modern-looking building right next door, the Römisch-Germanische Museum. If you’re wondering […]

The Story of Childeric’s Bees
Europe Travel, Germany, History & Archaeology

The Story of Childeric’s Bees

Ever wonder why you are drawn to certain things and certain times? I wonder why, all the time, and I have yet to find an answer. For some reason, I have always been drawn to Childeric’s Bees, and feel compelled to tell their story. Why they were made? What was their […]