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Introduction to Medieval Castles from www.medieval-castle.com...
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This site covers a bit of everything about Medieval life, and explains some good primary sources. Excellent section on different styles and types of architecture.
Turmoil, crisis and the creation of a state, from Magna Carta to the horrors of the Black Death.
Great information on the Black Death, Art and Architecture, and 100 Years War (Joan of Arc)
BBC History of Medieval Times.. Interesting
A curriculum resource exploring medieval history of Britain... Fantastic site"
Take a look at Medieval English Primary Sources of information, decade by decade, at this fantastic interactive timeline from the British Library
The British Library has some wonderful resources from the medieval period, including its "Turning the Pages" exhibition.
Knights were medieval warriors that were highly trained from a young age. Learn about knights and the process of training to become a medieval knight.
Medieval medicine: from hot irons for hemorrhoids to bloodletting for almost any ailment; meet ten of the most horrible treatments of Middle Ages medicine, presented by author David Morton.
Health and medicine in Medieval England were very important aspects of life.
Health & Medicine in the daily life from www.historylearningsite.co.uk -
EyeWitness Accounts Of The The Middle Ages and Renaissance<...
Medieval Architecture, Knightly Life, Society, And ...War...
Motives & Conduct at Joan of Arc's Condemnation Trial...
How did the Black Death kill 25 million people? The Black Death caused devastation and hysteria. Learn how the Black Death spread and its effects.
Education resources from the Medieval period... Great examples of Primary Sources for your inquiry task.
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Search for 'Medieval History' to find documentaries about Medieval topics.
Medieval torture during the Middle Ages. Features information, links and pictures.
Understand the mechanics of Medieval castle layout, and the different areas and buildings in a typical Medieval castle. Includes a castle layout diagram from a castle in England; and descriptions of each building alongside its purpose.
Cool layout of a castle
For those doing Health and Hygiene
From: The Dark Side of Christian History, by Helen EllerbeChapter Eight: 1450 - 1750 C.E.
Text and images trace the history of witchcraft persecutions from its condemnation in Exodus in 560 BC to Salem.
Visit this site dedicated to providing information about Medieval Code of Chivalry.Fast and accurate details about Medieval Code of Chivalry.Learn about Medieval Code of Chivalry.
The purpose of this site is to take an extensive look at medieval "women" and their role as "workers." What were the roles of these women and what kind of occupations did they have? This site is broken down into three main sections: Peasant Working Women, Urban Working Women, and Women Involved in Healing and Nursing.
Modern historians are beginning to discover that medieval women made a significant contribution to the economy of the medieval world. Women in the Middle Ages played an active role in medieval society, although their economic efforts were affected by their social class, marital status and by the place and time in which they lived.