Middle Ages History
Soldiers recovering from injuries in Afghanistan are serving as volunteer archaeologists on a project in England known as Operation Nightingale. Led by the Defense Infrastructure… Read More »Anglo-Saxon burial site discovered by modern day soldiers
This video examines the life of the peasantry living on a typical medieval manor. The host specifically visits Stokesay in Shropshire.
The Crown in the Heather by N Gemini Sasson Paperback: 298 pages Publisher: Cader Idris Press (June 1, 2010) ISBN-10: 0982715803 The first novel in… Read More »Featured medeival historical fiction novel
Tabard Outer garment made of coarse material worn coat-like by peasantsand ordinary town dwellers; later, c. 1420–50, worn as an open garment by aknight over… Read More »Medieval History Term of the Week: Tabard
Once again Bernard Cornwell transports the reader to the Hundred Years War with Agincourt. As you can surmise from the title, the novel centers around… Read More »Review of Agincourt by Bernard Cornwell
From Medievalists.Net: People can now explore St Andrews Cathedral, Scotland’s largest medieval church, as it looked in the Middle Ages, through a new online portal created… Read More »St Andrews Cathedral in Scotland recreated online