Medieval Era Research

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Medieval Warfare

Medieval Battles and Crusades

Medieval Torture

Medieval Defense

Medieval Attack

Medieval Weapons

Medieval Entertainment

Medieval Music Instruments

Medieval Entertainment

Medieval Customs

Medieval History

Pre-Medieval History

Medieval History

Medieval Feudalism

Medieval Myths and Folklore

The capture of Jerusalem marked the First Crusade's success. [image credit: Wikipedia]

The capture of Jerusalem marked
the First Crusade’s success.
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

Crusades

Vikings

Medieval Institutions

Medieval Law and Order

 Medieval Church and Religion

Medieval Education and Writing

Medieval Medicine

 

Medieval Knights and Soldiers

Medieval Knights & Soldiers

Armorial bearings of Richard I, often referred to as the "arms of England". Royal Arms of England (1198-1340) [Image credit: Wikipedia]

Armorial bearings of Richard I, often referred to as the “arms of England”.
Royal Arms of England (1198-1340)
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

Medieval Heraldry

Medieval Armor and Shield

Medieval Lifestyle

Medieval Life

Medieval Food and Drink

Medieval Clothing

Medieval People

Medieval Women

  • How Women were Treated – It is a common belief that women during the Dark Ages were badly punished and forced to work. While this was true in many instances, it was not always the case.
  • Medieval Noble Women
  • Medieval Peasant Women
  • Medieval Women – The attitude toward women in medieval times, particularly held by the Church, was that they were inferior to men. In reality, medieval women had a lot of responsibility and were not at all inferior to men in terms of daily effort.

Medieval Kings and Queens

NORMAN RULE (1066 – 1154)

Armorial of Plantagenet [Image credit: Wikipedia]

Armorial of Plantagenet
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

PLANTAGENETS (1154 – 1399)

House of Lancaster [Image credit: Wikipedia]

House of Lancaster
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

HOUSE OF LANCASTER (1399 – 1461)

House of York [Image credit: Wikipedia]

House of York
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

HOUSE OF YORK (1461 – 1485)

Tudor Coat of Arms [Image credit: Wikipedia]

Tudor Coat of Arms
[Image credit: Wikipedia]

THE TUDORS (1485 -1603)

THE STUARTS (1603 – 1649)

Types of Medieval People

Famous Medieval People

Medieval Occupations

Glossary on Medieval Terms