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Take a virtual tour back through the medieval era. Explore a virtual castle, learn about the culture, and meet the people who once lived inside these ancient fortresses. From National Geographic.
Collection of illustrated articles cover aspects of British history from 1066-1500. From Spartacus Internet Encyclopaedia.
Guide for middle school students introduces the period. Also provides in-depth information about specific topics such as feudalism, the Vikings, the Byzantine Empire, and the bubonic plague.
Interactive exhibit explores feudal life, homes, clothing, health, arts and entertainment, religion, and town life. Includes activities on cathedrals, clothing, art, and medical practices.
A detailed look at Medieval people and their culture, as researched by fourth and fifth graders.
Tells what people ate during the Middle Ages and describes medieval feasts.
Translation from the Latin of the first version of the Magna Carta, signed by King John at Runnymede in 1215. Links to glossary and Latin original text.
This is the text of the Magna Carta, written in 1215 AD.
Lists information on churches during the Middle Ages. Also contains a description of several types of words relating to the churches.