January 26, 2007
This page was first implemented in April, 1996. Since then, a lot of changes have happened on the internet and one of them is the demise of Usenet groups. As far as I can tell the group soc.history.medieval is no longer a group dedicated to medieval studies.
This page has been essentially stagnant since 2002 and I haven't done any substantive updates since then.
B.A. in Medieval and Renaissance Studies and in Political Science from The Ohio State University
This page has been visited times since August 22, 2006.
Arms, Armor, and Warfare
Art and Architecture
- The Richard III Society
--Home page for the American Branch of the Richard III Society. The site contains both primary and secondary online sources for 15th-18th century periods, editions of Shakespeare’s Richard III as well as essays on the play, information about the society and membership, and a bibliography of resources for students. It also contains information for the William B. Schallek Memorial Graduate Fellowship Award and a downloadable application. Good site for those interested in both the history and theatre surrounding Richard III.
- Secrets of the Norman Invasion
--Examination of where the Normans landed before the Battle of Hastings
Faires and Festivals
--Serious Creations of Renaissance Information By Electronics.
Food and Cooking
- The French Page
--In French;contains slides of early French history; Capetians-Crusades
General Medieval Resources
Latin Learning Aids
Literature and Manuscripts
- Bob Hasenfratzn
--Provides access to downloadable program called Lingua Latina, Ancrene Wisse, a list of Beowulf links and resources, and some other links. Lingua Latina is a shareware program designed to drill students on Latin grammar and requires Windows 3.x or higher.
- Bodger and Grift
--A site dealing with Boccacio's works and the culture in which they existed. It has sections dealing with literature, society, history, religion, the plague, maps, and a bibliography. It mainly deals with the 13th and 14th centuries. The site offers the Decameron in Italian and in an English translation.
- Earthlore's Gothic Dreams
- Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
--This site provides a table of contents for issues of the journal itself as well as a list of upcoming articles. Unfortunately, with the exception of a few articles, it does not have the articles accessible via the net.
- FAQ for
- Gaukler Medieval
--Home page for business offering authentic ancient and medieval antique jewelry as well as modern replicas of ancient and medieval jewelry.
- Highlander Web Magazine Piece on William Wallace
- IATH Home Page
--Home page for the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH).
- The Khazaria Info Center
--Deals with the Medieval Jewish Kingdom of Khazaria. It also provides links to other Jewish history pages and provides a large number of non-Jewish history and archaeology pages.
Richard Wymarc's Medieval Embroidery Webpage
- Medieval Academic Discussion Groups
- The New Chaucer Society
- Paper on
Homosexuality in the Middle Ages by Paul Halsall
- Plague and Public Health in Renaissance Europe
--This site is a project with the aim of covering narratives, records, and other writings about the plague from 1348 to 1530. Currently it only covers a few areas around the year 1348.
- Ravensgard Medieval Homepage
--A large list of links to various areas of Medieval Studies. Organized by subject sections.
Messengers of Medieval Man
--A book by Marshall Faintich, Ph.D., on the use of astronomical symbology on medieval coinage. The page provides an abstract and table of contents as well as information on obtaining a free softcopy or a paper copy (for a small fee).
- Texas Medieval Association (TEMA) Home Page
--Information about the association plus list of academic discussion groups and links to medieval sites.
- Timber-Framed Houses
- The Ecole Initiative: Index Page
--The Early Church On-Line Encyclopedia (Ecole) Initiative is a site dedicated to church history. It focuses on the period of early church history to the Reformation. It has links to primary sources as well as a plethora of scholarly work. A must for those interested in church history.
Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)
University Medieval Pages