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         Medieval History General:     more books (100)
  1. The New Cambridge Medieval History, Vol. 1: c. 500-c. 700
  2. Medieval Suffolk: An Economic and Social History, 1200-1500 (History of Suffolk) by Mark Bailey, 2010-02-18
  3. A Cultural History of Animals in the Medieval Age
  4. Medieval Europe: A Short History by Judith Bennett, 2010-01-20
  5. Heresy and Authority in Medieval Europe (The Middle Ages Series)
  6. The Civilization of the Middle Ages: A Completely Revised and Expanded Edition of Medieval History by Norman F. Cantor, 1994-08-03
  7. Harmony in Healing by James Garber, 2008-04-11
  8. Economic and Social History of Medieval Europe by Henri Pirenne, 2009-12-23
  9. The Medieval Crown of Aragon: A Short History (Clarendon Paperbacks) by Thomas N. Bisson, 1991-04-11
  10. The Medieval City (Greenwood Guides to Historic Events of the Medieval World) by Norman Pounds, 2005-04-30
  11. The Middle Ages, Volume II, Readings in Medieval History by Brian Tierney, 1998-08-20
  12. Maps and Monsters in Medieval England (Studies in Medieval History and Culture) by Asa Simon Mittman, 2008-04-30
  13. Art History Portable Edition, Book 2: Medieval Art (3rd Edition) (Bk. 2) by Marilyn Stokstad, 2008-01-07
  14. History and the Supernatural in Medieval England (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought: Fourth Series) by C. S. Watkins, 2010-11-25

81. Byzantine And Medieval Studies Links
history Social history Time Lines Urban history medieval Civilizations Research Tools for medieval history. URL http// "The Frontier in medieval history" by Charles J.
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82. Search Argos
Limited area search provided by the University of Evansville of ancient and medieval Internet resources.Category Computers Internet Searching Search Engines Specialized...... NetSERF is a subjectoriented index of medieval resources available on the Internetand includes an extensive hypertext glossary of general medieval terms.
Limited Area Search of the
Ancient and Medieval Internet
An important message to the users of Argos: Effective February 6th, 2003, Argos has been officially taken offline . Insufficient funding for regular upkeep and maintenance have made this necessary. Argos went on-line to the public on October 3rd, 1996. Within six months it had processed more than a million search requests. In the years that followed, Argos has served the academic community well. However, the expense of running a quality-controlled search engine exceeds our minimal budget. I apologize for any inconvenience that Argos' absence may cause. If you have questions, comments or observations, please email them to me at Sincerely, Anthony F. Beavers
Abzu: Guide to Resources for the Study of the Ancient Near East Available on the Internet
Edited by Charles E. Jones (Oriental Institute), Abzu is an extensive index of resources on the pre-Islamic civilizations of Western Asia and Egypt.
Byzantium: Byzantine Studies on the Internet
Edited by Paul Halsall (Fordham University)

83. SBC |
Reenactment society recreates the Twelfth through Fourteen Centuries with tournament behourd style armoured foot combat; member, American medieval Renaissance Association. general and contact information.
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84. Paul Halsall/Fordham University: Internet History Sourcebooks Project
THE history GATEWAY AT KANSAS history 108. Introduction to medieval history, Lynn Nelson. Oregon Trail The Trail MEDIEVL medieval history. MILHST-L Modern Military history
Ancient History Sourcebook Medieval Sourcebook Modern History Sourcebook Byzantine Studies Page
Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Global Indian ... Medieval Webguide IHSP Main Ancient Medieval Modern Search Subsidiary
Sourcebooks African East Asian Global Indian ... Women Special
Resources Byzantium Medieval Web Medieval NYC Medieval Music ... IHSP Credits Paul Halsall, editor
The Internet History Sourcebooks are collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use. Feedback and Help While I encourage notes, comments and feedback in general, I am unable to reply to all of them. I am especially not able to reply to students (or students' parents!) seeking help with homework. For guidance on homework , research, how people lived/ate/dressed in the past, see the various Help! pages: I am unable to help locate details about your family, or give translations of your name or nickname into Chinese (a very common request)! If you find bad links , or typographical errors , please do notify me by telling me the URL (web address) of the specific page with the fault, and (in the case of bad links) the URL of the bad link.

85. Cariadoc's Miscellany: Cooking From Primary Sources: Some General Comments
An article which discusses aspects of medieval food such as appropriate fare for war time, and ethnic food. Links to relevent recipes are included in the text.
[This is an article from Cariadoc's Miscellany Miscellany Introduction
Cooking from Primary Sources: Some General Comments
One definition of what the Society is about is "studying the past by selective recreation." Period cooking is one of the few activities that really lets us do this, in a sense of "study" that goes substantially beyond merely learning things that other people already know. There are thousands of pages of period source material available, and I would guess that most of the dishes have not been made by anyone in the past three hundred years. As with many things, the best way to learn is to do it; the following comments are intended to make the process a little easier. When working with early English recipes, remember that the spelling has changed much more than the language and is often wildly inconsistent; one fifteenth century recipe contains the word "Chickens" four times-with four different spellings, of which the first is "Schyconys." It often helps to try sounding out strange words, in the hope that they will be more familiar to the ear than to the eye. Recipes rarely include quantities, temperatures, or times. Working out a recipe consists mostly of discovering that information by trial and error. You may find a modern cookbook useful in doing so. The idea is not to adapt a modern recipe but to use the modern recipe for information on how long a chicken has to be boiled before it is done or how much salt is added to a given volume of stew. That gives you a first guess, to be used the first time you try the dish and modified accordingly.

86. NetSERF: The Internet Connection For Medieval Resources
A subjectoriented index of medieval resources available on the Internet. Includes sections on Anglo-Saxo Category Arts Literature World Literature British Anglo-Saxon...... Click here to find great medieval books for sale. history Economic history FeudalismHeraldry and Genealogy Military history Social history Time Lines Urban
NetSERF Features Medieval Glossary
PDA Version
Advanced Search ... Suggest a Site Top Medieval Sites

Internet Medieval Sourcebook


ARGOS Search Engine
Medieval News
PDA Version
NEW! Medieval Seat Theft Could be Linked to Others NEW! Viking Artifacts Arrive in Style NEW! Airport Growth Threatens Church NEW! Abbey's `Four Story' £10m Facelift NEW! Flashing Blades Recreate Castle's Past NEW! Medieval Books Get Rare Display at Library NEW! Where Frenchmen Wear Kilts NEW! Making Medieval Music (and Marketing It, Too) NEW! Ancient Coin Expected to Make a Mint NEW! One 15th-Century Print Does a Star Turn in Cleveland NEW! Experts Study Biography of King of Gwynedd NEW! National Trust Opposes Stansted Expansion NEW! Schools Reviving a Dead Language NEW! A Medieval Mission in Poitou-Charentes NEW! Book Forges Link Between Cities NEW! Lemon Juice 'Could Stop AIDS' NEW! More News
Associate Site NetSERF currently
to great sites!!
Click here to find great medieval books for sale. Search NetSERF Advanced Search Archaeology Projects Save the Newport Ship ... Teaching Material and Syllabi Return to the Top of the Page In Association with Any questions or comments, write to:

87. Knighthood And Orders Of Chivalry
Includes introduction to knighthood, medieval women and orders, general and orderspecific historical information and an essay on the legitimacy of orders.
Knighthood and Orders of Chivalry
The following pages deal with knights and knighthood, as well as the related concept of order of knighthood, both in its original form as a medieval institution, and its modern form as an award of merit. See the introduction for a development of these distinctions.
  • General Introduction to Knights and Knighthood Women and Knighthood in the Middle Ages History of the Orders of Knighthood: a Survey Specific Orders: An essay on legitimacy of orders
  • Bibliography
    There are many, many books on the topic of orders of chivalry. There is an excellent bibliography:
    • Suetens, Ivo: Bruxelles, Cercle d'Etudes Numismatiques, Travaux: 1969, 1977 (2 vol.).
    Lists of British knights
    To identify a British knight (knight bachelor or knight member of an order), one can use:
  • Shaw, William Arthur:
  • 88. Tibia Home
    Free graphical RPG based in a medieval fantasty world. Site contains news, screenshots and general information about the game.

    Players online

    Antica Eternia ... Trimera
    Here you will find the latest news about Tibia.
    Check back often to stay informed about important changes in the game.
    Welcome, wanderer, to a medieval fantasy online game full of exciting adventures, mighty magic, and great battles. On your journey, you will meet players from all over the world. For more information about this multi user dungeon with a graphical user interface have a look at our screenshots and the game manual . To start playing sign up for a free account. Have fun!
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    89. WWW Medieval Resources
    Annotated directory of research materials, including archives, databases, discussion lists, and homepages. WWW medieval Resources. ©D.W. Mosser pose your questions about medieval topics to the appropriate and about the medieval Period. medieval history, Archeology, Architecture
    WWW M edieval R esources
    D.W. Mosser This site was last modified
    Please send suggestions or even complaints to: Dan Mosser (
    Please pose your questions about medieval topics to the appropriate discussion list (see the first item below).
    • Useful, basic information about the use and function of academic discussion lists, how to subscribe to them, what and where they are...
    Links to Texts from and about the Medieval Period Links to Databases Links to other Home Pages Links to Archives of MSS Facsimiles, Art, etc. ... Links to Miscellaneous Materials
    • British Library Portico, WebLouvre, Gregorian Chant, etc....

    This site has received visitors since 9/1/95. . . . Holkham MS 667, fol. 50 recto. Photographed with the permission of the Earl of Leicester and D. P. Mortlock, Librarian, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. No further reproduction or copying is permitted. ( back

    90. Medieval Traveler Scrapbook (Maryland Renaissance Festival Performers)
    Information and CDs by Renaissance Festival music artists John DuRant and Rich Follett. Includes newsletter and general information about the Musical Mentors program.
    News of some Md RenFest performers and related events - established 1998 - updated January 2003
    o Medieval
    News and Notes O New
    Rich Follett
    - The new faire CD, Merrie All the Day, is presently available. A new contemporary folk CD, Somewhere in the Stars is tentatively scheduled for release in the next few months. Christmas in My Heart continues to be to be available. MoonFire - Their new album, Present, Past, Future, is now available - contact Jody Marshall, 1447 Spring Vale Ave., McLean, VA 22101. John DuRant - A new folk CD, Home from the Sea, is now available, featuring most of the songs from John's previous Songs for Sentimental Sailors album plus several new ones, including "Light From the Lighthouse." Maggie Sansone - A new CD, Celtic Meditations , is now available; for description, reviews, sound samples, and order information, please see Maggie's Music and follow the click-path. A Traveler's Dream and several other CDs still are available. ... Notes
    What would interest you here? Constructive criticism is always welcome - we might decide not to change anything, but we do want to know what you think.

    91. Carolingian English Language Bibliography
    Categorized by subject and features primary sources, general histories, general accounts, and collected papers.
    [Title Page] Table of Contents Abbreviations


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    92. Medieval Durham-Introduction
    Provides a range of photographs and plans of the castle, cathedral, and other city locations.
    Diocese of Durham -yellow
    Area controlled by the Archbishop of York- pink
    Screen Sized Map

    Map of Medieval Monuments in Durham
    Note- This is an adaptation of a modern map, to show the
    topography and relative locations of the medieval monuments,
    It does not accurately reflect the street plan of the medieval city. Please click on one of the following to see more images of it:


    Other Views of City
    Return to BRITAIN INTRODUCTION Last updated by:JV Date: 12/99

    93. Medieval Sourcebook: Introduction
    A general internet resource for medieval Studies, and a good starting point for anyone seeking information on medieval poets and poetry.
    ORB Main Page Links to Other Medieval Sites Medieval Studies Course [Halsall]
    Halsall Home
    ... Byzantine Studies Page
    Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Indian Islamic ... Science
    Main Page Select Sources Full Texts Saints' Lives Law Texts ... Help!
    Part of ORB Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies Selected
    Studying History
    End of Rome Byzantium Islam ...
    Paul Halsall , ORB sources editor
    Last Modified: January 8, 2000
    [linked pages may have been updated more recently]
    The Internet Medieval Sourcebook is located at the
    Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies
    MIDI: Sumer is icumen in MIDI: Estampie MIDI: Cantigas II
    MIDI: Attaignant MIDI: Veni Emmanuel trad MIDI: Alleluya: Nativitas Music courtesy of The Internet Renaissance Band Play any of the above for appropriate music for browsing! Sourcebook Contents The Internet Medieval Sourcebook is organized as three main index pages, with a number of supplementary documents. Each individual section is still large - an organizational goal here is to avoid incessant "clicking" to get between pages and to information.
    • Selected Sources This is an index of selected and excerpted texts for teaching purposes. Since it had grown too large for many users to manage, as of October 10 1998, it has been extensively reorganized. For teachers who wish to refer students to the

    94. Otfried Lieberknecht's Homepage For Dante Studies
    A comprehensive and wellorganized directory of internet resources, both scholarly and more general, on Dante, his works, and medieval literature.
    Otfried Lieberknecht's Homepage for Dante Studies
    If your browser supports frames and JavaScript click here
    To see the simpler version of this page click here

    95. Yurts By Pente
    Portable yurts for general camping and medieval reenactment groups, such as the SCA.

    96. Barons Haven Freehold
    A project in Ohio to build a 15th century medieval city and castle with authentic supporting economic and agricultural facilities. Includes general information, maps and pictures, contact information, and related links.
    Really get away from it all, escape to another time! Adventure! Romance! Education! Relaxation!
    Medieval, Celtic, and Norse Historic areas, Fantasy Realm Area, and Ecologically beneficial infrastructure.

    97. Archery Articles
    Reprinted from the Journal of the Society of ArcherAntiquaries. Includes general information and information specific to the medieval period.
    Archery articles
    The following is a selection of articles we got permission for to put on the Net. Hopefully it will grow as times passes. If you would like to have your article on archery included, please let us know.
    Articles from the Journal of the Society of Archer-Antiquaries
    The Compound Bow

    Twenty-five years after Allen's patent of December 1969. The history of the development of the well known bow and a little more.
    Observations on the returning arrow

    This works, Marcelo tried it himself!
    Steel bows from India

    High tech from a long time ago.
    Archery and Mathematical Modelling

    Enough to keep you busy for a while! Covers the modelling of recurve bows.
    Oriental Hinged and Take-apart Bows
    And you thought the recurve take-down bow was modern? On the Mechanics of some Replica Bows A further investigation on the modelling of bows. The Medieval English Longbow Characteristics and origin. An article about the early longbows and how they came to England. Ballistic Properties in Ancient Egyptian Arrows A piece on arrow spine by a non-engineer Turkish Flight Arrows The arrows the Turks used to achieve incredible long distance shots Whistling arrows The history of the noise making arrow.

    98. Resources For The Study Of Medieval History
    Resources for the Study of medieval history. U. of Kansas historyServer Index of sources for the study of medieval history. De Re
    Resources for the Study of Medieval History
    U. of Kansas History Server
    Index of sources for the study of medieval history.
    De Re Militarii Association Web Server.
    Resources for the study of classical and medieval warfare.
    Institute of Historical Research, London (Home Page)
    The Institute has compiled a useful index of World Wide History Resources
    Electronic Resources for the History of Europe (by Erwin K. Welsch, U. Wisconsin)
    WWW Virtual Library: History Resources
    WWW Catalogue of history resources in all fields.
    WWW Virtual Library: History of Science, Technology, and Medicine

    99. Lenham Stables
    Luxury selfcatering cottages located between the Celtic Carlow and the medieval City of Kilkenny. Photographs and general information.

    100. Kingdom Of Camelot The Library
    Contains links to resources on King Arthur, general knighthood and chivalry, and general medieval art and literature.

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