Medieval Europe was a constant battleground, from petty border
disputes to internal power struggles and National rivalries. The Church
was as much a competitor as it was a peace keeper. Feudalism, the Roman
Catholic Church and the Code of Chivalry provided the framework for the
social, political and economic environments of Europe during the Middle
Ages. Emphasis was on manor life in the Early Middle ages but shifted to
the cities and commercial activities during the later period. Monasteries
gave way to Universities as centers of learning.
Medieval art was primarily art of the Church. After the period of
migration (AD500 - 800) in which the art was small and personal, the Germanic
tribes settled into the old Roman Empire. Intricate and organic designs
dominated this period. Later, beautiful illuminated manuscripts as well
as relief sculpture was use to instruct an illiterate faithful. Massive
Romanesque and then richly ornate Gothic cathedrals with ethereal stain
glass windows soared to unbelievable heights. The journey from pessimism
and superstition to intellectual and creative revival was reflected in
the changing styles of art.
-one page biography of the monk of minuscule manuscript
Angevins - Gail Dedrick's pages -Ruling family
of England from 1154 - 1216; includes 3 kings - each has a one page bio
and a picture
Arthur: History and Legend*** - from Britannia - a great
site containing all manner of info on the man and the mystery. meet the
cast of characters, solve a mystery, read what the experts think and read
student research and find an excellent list of links to sites ranging from
fantasy to serious historical research. Great
-Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Biography
one long page.
Monarchs of Great Britain
- Gail Dedrick's Intro page- just choose your monarch and click. Check
out the links at the bottom for further information.
Monarchs of England****- from Britannia - a great site with nice bios and genealogies
of the rulers of England from 410 to the present. Some have pictures and
some are more complete than others...but this is an outstanding
The Monk Page - (has been removed until updated) a page of links
to all things monastic, people, places and events
The Normans -
William the Conqueror and three descendants- one page and a picture of
Orders - from ORB at Rhodes University
- lots of information about Monastic, Mendicant, Women's Houses and
the Military orders. Primary sources and links to other sites are included
on the page Great Resource
I - find out the truth about one of England's
most famous kings ( of Robin Hood fame) Was he truly the hero history has
made him out to be? Read the one page bio and judge for yourself.
III A Man of His Times - Now read about England's
most maligned king. Was he the deformed, child murdering monster Shakespeare
wrote about or was he a victim of Tutor propaganda? Read to find out. One
Richard III Society Homepage****
site containing a wealth of info on 15th century life. Primary
and secondary sources, Battle of Tewkesbury, A wonderful mock trial put
on by Indiana University Law students (not guilty verdict), links to other
sites and more.
- Eighteen years of war and for what? Why
can't a woman rule England? Turbulent times and an interesting one page
Aquinas - One long page about the man and
his very influential philosophy
Tudors and the Stuarts - excellent site containing a timeline and
much very interesting information on Henry VIII and wives, Edward,
Lady Jane, Mary and Elizabeth... Nice images and intext links to other
world events and trivia. Second page of Stuart info is linked in the title,
so click to find the whole family from James I to Anne with an equally
informative and entertaining page. Very Nice Site
Past of Perkin Warbeck - More clues to solve
a 500 year old mystery, could he be one of the missing princes from the
tower or was he just a political pawn. Read the facts and judge for yourself.
Wallace: The Truth, The
Trial - "The Truth" site is very good
and very long. It gives the entire story of Wallace plus years of Scottish
History and compares it with the movie Braveheart. Some interesting
links to be explored ----" The Trial" gives an accurate picture
of Medieval justice system in all its gory splendor. One thing to note
-Edward was a man who improved the law and court system of England .....and
yet. Read about it.
A Brief History
of Wales - from Britannia - Chapter 1 is pre Roman Britain
- Chapter 20 looks to the future...and there is a tremendous amount of
information in between. Super Site
Kingdoms - links to many primary sources from Hanover History
Department. Most come from Medieval Sourcebook but they are organized
well here and it's worth a trip.
Castle**** - outstanding site by David Dawson at Britannia
- three wonderful pages of informative text, photos and illustrations
dealing with the construction and evolution of the English castle. On the
final page he promises more and I certainly hope to see it soon.
History students visit this site.
- One page of Links covering a little art, a little witchcraft, some
Philosophy and a bit of the Code of Chivalry.
Abbey- three images and a map. Learn about
the Cistercian Order
and Bernard of Clairvauxbut maybe more than that, be treated to images of the beautiful Abbey.
Learn about its history and see the surrounding countryside. (this site
took quite a while to load)
Paris, France: AD1250
- from the Golden and Great Site...the Golden Age of Paris in AD
1252 is brought to life in the historical novel The Scribe's Family,
by Don Jacobson. Read about city life, scholarship, King Louis and more.
London - Virtual Tour** - not really a 3D
tour but wonderful all the same. Beautiful photos (take a while
to load) Music (if you're set up for it) and well designed pages. History,
architecture and some nice links to people, music etc. at the bottom.
Anglo-Saxon Invasion of Britain - Site deals
with the when, how and why the Germanic tribes came into the crumbling
Roman Empire. There's even a drawing of the boats used for the journey.
Check it out!
Avignon Papacy 1305-1378 - from UCLA -
a very informational site dealing with the transfer of power from
Rome to France during the 14th century. Read a brief history with many
excellent in-text links, find a list of Popes, see images of the town and
structures and find a few related links.
- Very educational pages from Dr. Knox's Western Civilization Class.
. The Causes, Course, and Effects of the plague on society are examined.
Church and the Bubonic Plague - a little more
information and a slightly different approach to the subject from this
very nice one page site- drawings, maps and more
Survey - part of the Secrets of the Norman Invasion site - read
about William's record of the state of the nation so soon after the invasion.
Tyburn Tree*** - Infamous place of public execution of the English
Middle Ages. See it now through art and read the dying speeches of some
Invasion of England 1066
- from Eyewitness...a play by play account of the event as though
you were there. Images from the Bayeux Tapestry
Magna Carta - frames setup so click
the image and enjoy. You can view the whole document but be sure to click
on the translation link to read the document.
Parliament 1295 - a page from Britannia - document containing
the summons to barons and townspeople setting the stage for a more egalitarian
III and the Great Schism - read about the man, the office, the
power, and the split between the Eastern and Western Christian (Catholic)
Church throughout the 11th -13th centuries. Find out the part the Fourth
Crusade played in the "big picture" -very informative text.
Press - really interesting page. If you don't want to read the
whole thing at least scroll to the Gutenberg part to find out how important
printing was to the rest of history. Check out the links at the bottom
Rise of Feudalism - class lecture notes from University of Kansas
- excellent text only site explaining the conditions, characteristics and
consequences of the feudal relationship.
Shroud of Turin
- Very nice site dealing with the controversial
cloth that may have wrapped the body of Jesus. Examine it inch by inch,
read what some experts say and follow links to other Shroud pages
of Turin - another site, information on the
history, current scientific findings a cute Java applet and Shockwave movie
to see the shroud transform from a negative to positive image and a few
links to follow.
of British History- from Britannia
from 1066 to 1487 a concise listing of the people and events that shaped
a nation...some links to related info.
Warfare, Weapons and Armor
of Bosworth - one page of links leading to information surrounding
the battle that saw Richard III fall and the establishment of the Tudor
dynasty in England. The more you read the less you feel you actually know.
Why am I not surprised considering the mystery that is Richard III. Very
of Crecy - Important battle in the Hundred
Years War. Read about the use of the "long bow" --one page text only
of Pinkie Cleugh - from The History Net
Great Battles Archives - the story of the last engagement between English
and Scottish national armies fought in Sept of 1547.
Crusades***- from Hanover History Department..
a great page of Primary and Secondary sources and a list of resources.
Read accounts of battles by the men who fought them, read Innocent III
summons to Crusade and so much more. Students
visit this site.
Crusades -More from Dr. Knox. The who,
what, when, where and why of the crusades are covered.
of the Norman Invasion - wealth of information here.
See pictures of the land as it is now and was according to the Bayeux Tapestry,
read original documents - over 60 files and 7 megs at your beck and call.
Enjoy and learn.
of the Roses - This link actually takes you
to the Richard III page but that is The War of the Roses. The Struggle
Between the Lancasters and the Yorks for the Crown of England.
Daggers - from Kris Cutlery- pictures and info on 4 daggers (Commercial)
Medieval Archery - a
developing site currently having only information on the crossbow.
English Longbow- read about the "Medieval Machine Gun" and the
part it played in warfare on this very informative two page site from The
University Archery Club in the Netherlands and finish the info
on this two paged site Decline
of the Longbow from the same group....very informational
- not historical info but great pictures of everything the will dressed
warrior might need. (Commercial)
Swords - from Kris Cutlery - a very nice page with pictures and
dimensions etc. of 12 different swords and prices in case you wish to purchase.
Age of King Charles V**** - from the Bibliotheque
Nationale de France. Learn about France's History through 1000 Illuminated
Manuscripts from their archives.Absolutely fantastic opportunity to "see"
- this is a great resource
for Medieval as well as more recent. Hundreds of links to literature, language,
history, science, music and more. I was particularly glad to include this
one because of the Irish, Scottish and Welsh Sections that are a
storehouse of links to areas I had not covered very well. Check this
Heritage Foundation - learn all about heraldry
on these well designed pages. Check out National Coats of Arms or maybe
even one for your family. Have fun.
Project - University of Rochester project
as a center for Arthurian Studies. Contains texts, legends, images and
information about King Arthur
- If you want to know something about Christianity in general, the
Catholic Church in particular, here is the place to look it up. Search
a French Culture - More from the Bibliotheque
Nationale de France, Sections include Introduction, Monarchs and Monasteries,
Royal Absolutism, the Fall of the Absolute Monarch, from Empire to Democracy
and Conclusion. That about covers it all. As you read, there are many links
to follow to the beautiful art of the times. Great Site.
Europe - from the University of Evansville
- a very nice site with a Chronology, Essays, Images, Internet Sites, Texts
Middle Ages **** - Outstanding resource
from Richard Hooker at Washington State University - the
entire learning module on line...the people ( 9 groups - English, German,
French etc.), cultures, church, feudalism, the monarchy, Black Death and
so much more...several of the resource links lead to pages with under construction
but the Internet Resources page is up and running. Visit
Terms - A feudal dictionary at your fingertips.
Unfamiliar term ----just look it up.
- Links to the texts and archives containing legal
documents pertaining to feudal obligations.
in the Castle- this is a kid's site from National Geographic
that's fun and informative....sign in, name your castle and explore the
many rooms by following a mouse. Learn about the structure and the people
as you go..it's very basic. Site includes a page of related links and a
print out of a "rescue" game.
Heraldry on the Internet
- one stop clicking to everything you ever wanted to know about heraldry.
You can even check to see if you have a coat of arms.
Heresy- links to primary sources, (read the one on torture or the Inquisitor's
Manual), secondary sources and resource links to other sites from Hanover
History Dept. I don't think you can do any better than a primary source
when studying history.
Witch Directory - (different Joan) - this is a very nice site with
some excellent information to offer. The people, the places, trials and
torture, even a section of artwork. Please be sure to go to the section
Dates to checkout the when and to what extent the Church got involved
in Witch hunts.Very interesting informative site.
- Georgetown University's World Wide Web Server
of Medieval Studies. If you can't find it here --chances are it isn't on
the Web yet. A great place to spend an hour or a day. A
must for all students
Medieval Heresy- from Phillips Theological Seminary - a page of links to specific
cases and articles dealing with the heresy and the Church's reaction to
- from NetSERF a very nice page of links to Anglo-Saxon - Angevins,
Military History, Economic History, Timelines, Documents, Feudalism and
more...Very Nice Resource
Law - from NetSERF - a page of links to Civil
Law - constitutions, Magna Carta, Charters, Real Estate Laws, even
a section on William Wallace, Canon Law, Roman Law, Legal Historians
and others.- nice stuff here.
Science- one page of links to sites dealing with science - categories
include, alchemy, astronomy, botany, cartography, mathematics, medicine
and physics. (not all links are to Medieval sites)
Sourcebook**** - The other Outstanding
Resource- this one has hundreds of primary documents. There
is so much here, this could be a year long course of study.Plan to spend
some time here. This is a must see for all students.
There's even a section on how to cite Internet and web documents. Go to
the following and read about:
- Catholic University of America's Internet connection
for Medieval Resources. Sections on Art, Architecture, Music, Religion,
Law, History and Literature with a great many quality links for each section.
Another section called Research Center contains, papers, documents, organizations
and scholarships. Very Nice Find.
ORB Online Reference
Book for Medieval Studies - ORB is an academic
site, written and maintained by medieval scholars for the benefit of their
fellow instructors and serious students. All articles have been judged
by at least two peer reviewers. Authors are held to high standards of accuracy,
currency, and relevance to the field of medieval studies.
Years of Italian Sculpture: Gothic**** - 100+ more examples to
click and enlarge. You will recognize many of the names here, Ghiberti,
Pisano, Balduccio and Brunelleschi. Greatsite..Possibly
view the Romanesque and the Gothic back to back so you can compare with
the click of the back button.
Age of King Charles V**** -from the Bibliotheque
Nationale de France. Learn about France's History through 1000 Illuminated
Manuscripts from their archives.This is a true treasure-trove. Check
out the themes section for History, Religion, Science and Technology, Sports
and Entertainment and Miscellaneous. This is a
must see for all students
Cathedral -Computer generated images, Site
contains movies, sound clips but only the latest plug ins will let you
take advantage of the add ons.
History 201: Gothic - Hit the link and then
scroll down to the Monastic, Carolingian, Romanesque and Gothic sections...
This is all part of Nick Cahill's program at U of Wisc. Great
selections. Hundreds of slides to see. Can not click to enlarge any
Art 1390 - 1530 - Very interesting site be
sure to check out and read the Ely Cathedral,The Wilton Diptych, Wenhasten
Doom and Mercer Hall's Christ. Very interesting text about the effect of
the Reformation on the Art of England.
of Wales**** - Information and beautiful photographs
of over 170 Welsh Castles, some are very unusual - plan to spend some time
here. or come back often ---Maybe a castle a day for both semesters. Be
sure to check out the essay section ...some excellent info here. A
must see for all students
on the Web - Great site --take the castle
tour, select where you want to go, click and there you are, beautiful pictures,
and a history of each castle. The home page offers several options in addition
to the tour. Fun and educational.
Castle on the Web - This is the definitive
castle, complete with towers, crenalations and resident Ghosts. Visit and
read all about it. Site also contains links to other areas of interest.
Castles - links to hundreds of castles featured on the web - all
indexed, alphabetized and listed with pictures and history of many.
Castle - go to the image collection then click
on your choice. .the castle, the dungeon or any of several collections.
- Wonderful recount of the events in Charlemagne's life as chronicled
in the Grandes Chroniques de France - 16 pictures plus script
A Chronicle in Art - from cgjackson,
a site as much about history as about art. Read the interesting text about
the atrocities committed in the name of Christianity. See manuscripts of
scenes of the crusades.
DScriptorium- dedicated to collecting, storing and distributing
digital images of Medieval Manuscripts. Hundreds of images are available
through this site. Very nice images and selection.
Christian*** - Basilicas and other examples
of architecture, mosaics, vaulting etc. from Period and Style for Designers
Gothic*** - Period and Style for Designers
--Many images and short comments Great site.
Gothic Dreams**** - This is an extensive
site and absolutely wonderful. The text is both informative and
interesting and the images are beautiful. Visit Notre Dame and Canterbury
Cathedrals. Here you will learn the essence of Gothic. Be Sure to go to
all the pages, including the Medieval links page, a wealth of resources
listed here. A Must see for all Art Students
Gothic - Period and Style for Designers --
Great images and short comments
Home Page - fun site. Learn the history and
purpose of gargoyles, then take a tour of cathedrals via a clickable map
to see the real thing. Disney couldn't do any better.
Cathedrals - 20 beautiful images of different
Cathedrals from different parts of Europe. Links to see specific features
of Gothic: gargoyles, towers etc. This excellent site from the University
of Tampico., Mexico
Painting - Web Museum --Read about the International
and Late styles and the innovations --links to the works of several artists
Highlights - Select your pleasure to view
--choose from Illuminated Manuscripts, block prints, book covers and other
selections. Each picture is accompanied by an informative text.
Manuscripts - Bodleian Library Catalogue.
Several illustrations to view on the front page. If you can handle java
script hit the scrolling image link and watch the art glide by.
from World History: Carolingian Era*** - from Haines Brown
at Gateway to World History - wonderful and varied examples of 8th
through 11th century art - includes Italian mosaics, frescos, metalwork,
architecture, English miniatures and even a few maps. Very nice collection.
Gothic - Art and Architecture from Period
and Style for Designers. Many examples to see and very short comments
about each image
Tres Riches Heures du Duc De Berry- an example
of a Book of Hours (only this one is Months) read the rationale, history
of this book, technique of painting and be treated to 12 beautiful examples
of Medieval art - one for each month showing everyday activities. Very
England Architecture - Clickable Map of England
...Visit the cathedrals all over the country. Plan to spend some time here.
great for site seeing
Painting in France - Text is in French but
that doesn't interfere with you enjoying the beautiful examples of French
painting. Several categories and many images.
Dame - only three pictures but a nice history
of the structure.
Dame*** - this is a great
site ( part of the Digital Imaging Project by Mary
Ann Sullivan at Bluffton University) but ...warningit takes forever to load ...but if you want 21 beautiful pictures and
interesting information - it is worth the wait. The pictures enlarge to
outstanding quality full screen images. Visit the South
Transept and St. Stephen's tympanum- 6 more beautiful shots.
- from University of Tampico, a site with
images, informative text, map of Europe, monasteries and other things Romanesque
- Period and Style for Designers....Many excellent
images of architecture and architectural sculpture.
Matteo National Museum- offers 10 paintings
from the 12th through the 15th centuries and 4 examples of 14th and 15th
century sculpture as well as a few images of vessels. Very nice text and
- many examples of beautiful tapestries from Christus
Rex - you can enlarge certain areas of each by clicking on links.
Tour of Durham
Cathedral - you can click on the floor plan or select from a list
of 18 areas in the cathedral to view. Click on the thumbnail to enlarge
it. Nice historical information.
Web -wonderful site on the life and
times of Boccaccio and the Middle Ages. Information on the society, religion,
literature, art and culture of the times. The text of the Decameron is
available in English and Italian. It's already a great site and it keeps
Dance of Death - read in the Catholic Encyclopedia
about a play akin to the English Morality Plays - interesting rationale
Medieval Drama: Recommended Links***- very,
very nice resource that includes links to performance, costumes,
props, articles, texts and resources plus links to music, musical instruments,
dance, and more. In the costume section there is a link to How to make
your own chain mail in case you're interested.
Drama Links*** - super site
with a great deal of information on all things theater.....manuscripts.,
costumes, stages, music, dance and links to other sites of interest,
Europe: Literature- from Hanover History
Department - a wonderful resource offering 28 writers and links to
their works on line. Chaucer, Adelard, Sugar of St. Denis, Procopius and
Literature by Author- from NetSERF
- links to the works of 40 writers - plus a whole section on anonymous.
Authors include: Alcuin, Chaucer, St. Thomas, St. Jerome, Boccaccio, and
more (some Roman and Renaissance are thrown in) You can also reference
by Title, Collection or Research Project. Very nice site.
Theater - From Malaspina Data Base
again --over 100 Miracle or Mystery plays on line --a few links to other
Middle Ages - 8 links to authors and works
of the times and a few to related pages.
Writers of the Middle Ages***- the works
of secular and religious writers plus works about and concerning women....Check
out the student work at the bottom of the page for info on women in art,
music, politics, warfare and much more. Super
Music and Dance
Celtic Music Archive- Terrific site
offering a wealth of information on traditional music and
dance of Ireland, Scotland Wales etc. Great section on musical instruments.
Many links to follow and much information to be learned here.
Chant - A scholarly approach to the study
of the music and history of the times. Links to everything dealing with
music in the Middle Ages.
Pre 1650 - Nice spot to learn about this stringed
instrument. Starts with the lute and moves forward. A few small pictures.
Lute , Lute
Iconography - The first site has one
page, one picture and one timeline. Short easy read and very informational......The
second site is a great site for Art, it traces the lute through
beautiful paintings of the times from 1400's to 1690 (22 images that can
be clicked and enlarged).
Brief History of the Mandolin - All text document
with only a paragraph or two on the "old" mandolins. Takes the instrument
for prehistoric times to the present.
of the 14th Century- a very nice searchable
database. Nice overview of info then search or browse by composer, manuscripts
Page*** - Arto Wikla's early music page is a bonanza of info. Links
to all the instruments, research, dealers, museums, institutions, societies
and much more.
Recorder , In
Literature and Art - using these two sites,
you will be able to find all the info you want on the humble recorder--it's
beginnings, history, technique of playing and see very nice art
images of musicians of the past.
Minstrel - from the Society for Creative
Anachronism a great link page to articles, lyrics, stories and "stuff"
It's the best around so far.
and Instruments - text only article about
the troubadour and the instruments that may or may not have accompanied
his offerings. Not an easy read, but worth the effort.
and Medieval Falconry - excellent page of
text dealing with the origins and history of falconry in England. Site
includes a list of classes and the specific birds they could fly, terms
associated with the sport and more. Very informational site from The
Richard III Society Pages
Culture** - a page from Labyrinth containing
many links including clothing, recipes,
literature, culture of various areas of Europe and even cemeteries. Great
starting point for some serious surfing.
Anna's LARP Crafts
Link Page ****- an outstanding
collection of "how to" pages on the Web....everything from armor
to wonderful playable musical instruments...work in leather, metal, cloth....a
great site...Civvers check this one out for Culture Night.
Brief History of Falconry- the introductory
paragraphs are the only ones dealing with the Medieval period and there
is some interesting info here. If you are really interested read the whole
article which takes you around the falconry world at present.
and Culture in the Middle Ages - very nice
site on our own evansville.net. Outline for a course taught by JTLyden
- Very interesting and informative text, some beautiful art images and
a few very beneficial links. Check this one out!
of the Middle Ages - diagrams, instructions,
specific styles and dates, materials....it's all here. Great site if you're
looking for shoes.
of the Costume - A great many thumbnails (which
can be clicked and enlarged) of costume of the entire Medieval period in
England, Germany, France and more. Representations of all classes of people.
A wonderful visual resource.
Costume - part of the Medieval
Drama Links page but so valuable here....links to pictures, articles,
how to pages and more...if you're interested in what they wore this is
Love - one page text only site that explains the trials and tribulations
of worshipping from afar.
in State: A High Cuisine - Revision of a1989
article describing a banquet put on by the Richard III Society.
Billed as a step back in time, the article gives insight into the life
styles of the high and low born alike. A strictly text but very interesting
in England since 1066 - Neat, text only site
dealing with the vegetarian trend in England over the last 1000 years.
When you have time, read the whole article but for now at least check out
the section on the Middle Ages.
Games***- wonderful info on games, game pieces, rules,
boards etc. Many diagrams and pictures. Great
European Higher Education - very informational
site with info on the Medieval University, course of study, a comparison
of campus life then and now and more from History of the Ideas of a
Food - links to articles and recipes of the
Medieval and Renaissance periods. There's even a link to a brewing page.
Games - read about and even try your luck
at some of the "old" games ( card, board games etc.--rules and pictures
included). Links and even some down loadable software if you are interested.
Horse - Very worthwhile spot. Learn about
tournament horses, horses used in the crusades and read about the transition
from charger to pleasure and work horse. This spot will help you understand
the importance of the horse in history.
Horticulture/Agriculture - from the Chronology of Agriculture
at Ohio State - a very nice page dealing with food production during
the Middle Ages. Topics include: the Monasteries, the Manorial System,
Eastern Contacts, the Courtyard, Herbs and Herbalists. A few images are
Life Magazine - nice resource with issues and articles about life
in the Middle Ages....Just browse until you find something of interest.
Manor - nice one page text only from lecture
notes of Gerhard Rempel of Western New England College. -
read about life and social structure during the Middle Ages. Same site
Guilds and Commerce - presents a different side of life.
Names - Text only information about the names
used during the Middle Ages- List of male and female names. Some are pretty
strange..Check to see if your name is here.
Price List - the monetary terms of several
countries are explained and very long lists are presented with items, prices
and dates. It's interesting to compare the value of items against one another.
You may need a pencil and paper if you plan to stay here for a while.
Society - from Dr. Knox at Boise
State - excellent information on Those who pray, those who fight and
those who work. ( monks, priests and friars.....knights....peasants and
Weddings - Planning a wedding? Then this is
your spot. Flowers, Costumes, Music, Ceremony ....it's all here, in text
only. There is even a list of movies containing Medieval and Renaissance
wedding scenes. A really nice site but what a great opportunity to have
enriched it with art images.
Ages: Feudal Life**** - The Middle Ages is
inspired by programs from The Western Tradition, a video series
in the Annenberg/CPB Multimedia Collection. This is an excellent
site containing info on religion, homes, clothing, health, Arts,
entertainment and townlife plus a resource page.
Sanitation 1200 - 1789 ***Very interesting
site that resulted from some student research. If you do not appreciate
living in the 20th Century -please visit this site and you will.
Deals with waste management and even disposal of corpses.
Archive **** - Outstanding Resource -
containing information on almost every facet of
Medieval living ....you can even search the archive ...Check
this one out.
Percy: A Lost Medieval Village ***- another
great site ( that's why I picked it to put on my page) Medieval
living right before your eyes. Read, Click on maps, view Art and learn
the history of a small village in England.
Village **** - Wonderful site to learn what
Medieval life was really like... visit all the residents and learn from
each one about village life and work. Visit this