Life: What Was It Really Like to Live in the Middle Ages?
From an Annenberg Foundation/Corp. for Public Broadcasting partnership,
this site covers religion, homes, clothing, health, arts, town life and
more during the Middle Ages.
Links to various topics about Medieval History from about.com.
Choose a guide – The Knight, The Merchant, The Nun, or The Peasant – and
travel through the Middle Ages. This site, from Minnesota State University’s
e-museum, provides information on the Church, the Crusades, merchant’s
guilds, health and medicine, and much more.
NetSERF: The Internet Connection for
Sponsored by the Department of History at the Catholic University of America,
NetSERF organizes hundreds of medieval-related websites under 17 headings.
Castles, heraldry, black death, food and drink – locate the information
you need by subject, or by using the built-in engine to search the entire
ORB: The Online Reference Book for
This gateway to resources on the Middle Ages, a cooperative effort by
a network of medieval scholars, provides online textbook resources and
primary source documents.
of the Lost Empires: Medieval Siege
From a PBS NOVA program, this site provides information on the Medieval
arms race, building a trebuchet and everyday life in an English castle
during the Middle Ages.
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