Sources: Rabbit Hole #4
As always, the goal at Thugs and Miracles is to be as transparent as possible and to spark a discussion about history. This podcast would be remiss to that end if it did not include a list of all of the sources used to make every episode. If you think I have missed anything, or if you have a recommendation for a source I haven't used yet, please feel free to reach out and let me know!
Without further ado, my source list for Rabbit Hole #4 - Eugène-François Vidoqc, the French Police Spy.
“Early Medieval Archaeology - Childeric’s Grave Goods.” Archeurope. Accessed July 28, 2020. http://earlymedieval.archeurope.info/index.php?page=childeric-s-grave-goods
“François Vidocq | French Detective.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed July 28, 2020. https://www.britannica.com/biography/Francois-Eugene-Vidocq
Griffiths, Arthur. The World’s Famous Prisons: An Account of the State of Prisons from the Earliest Times to the Present Day, with the History of Celebrated Cases. London: Grolier Society, 1920. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/51049/51049-h/51049-h.htm#CHAPTER_IV
Livius. “The Great Find and Great Loss of Childeric’s Treasure.” The History Blog. Accessed July 28, 2020. http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/37323
Perin, Patrick and Feffer, L.C. Les Francs ; tome 1 : à la conquête de la Gaule, Paris: Armand Perrin, 1987. http://histoiresdunord3.blogspot.com/2012/09/autour-du-tresor-de-childeric-coco.html
“Vidocq, the French Police Spy.” Internet Archive. Accessed July 28, 2020. https://archive.org/details/vidocqfrenchpoli00vidorich
Welton, Benjamin. “The Real-Life Inspiration of Edgar Allan Poe’s First Detective Story.” The Airship. Accessed July 28, 2020. http://airshipdaily.com/blog/04182014-edgar-allan-poe-murders-rue-morgue-eugene-vidocq