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Name Your Medieval Character: Medieval Christian Names (12th-13th…

by Joyce DiPastena

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Medieval author Joyce DiPastena is always on the lookout for authentic medieval names for her characters. Internet searches are helpful, but occasionally they can lead a writer astray. Accurate lists can be found on the internet, but it can take a deal of searching and double-checking of sources. In Name Your Medieval Character: Medieval Christian Names (12th-13th Centuries), Joyce DiPastena has done much of this work for you. Name Your Medieval Character is a compilation of her 30-plus years of research into medieval Christian names. Every name and name variation in this book was borne by a living, breathing medieval man or woman. Name Your Medieval Character includes over 800 female names (including variations) and over 1500 male names (including variations). This book will prove a treasure trove for historical novelists, fantasy writers, gamers, or anyone who just enjoys names! “Spend any time with Joyce at all and you will be astonished at the meticulous, detailed [medieval] world she is well familiar with.” ~ Bella Online: The Voice of Women

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