MEDIEVAL DRAMA LINKS – Page 8

March 17, 2008 by: admin
MEDIEVAL DRAMA LINKS – Page 8

OTHER USEFUL LINKS TO MEDIEVAL RESOURCE

OTHER USEFUL LINKS TO MEDIEVAL RESOURCES
 

Arto Wikla’s Music Page
     Although most of the references are to post-medieval music, this page, produced by a Finnish lute-player, provides a comprehensive list of early music links.

Medieval & Renaissance Games Home Page  
    Justin du Coeur has compiled a fascinating collection of information on medieval games. There are rules, transcripts and illustrations, and many links to other pages.

Medieval and Early Modern Manuscript Studies
     Very helpful course notes prepared by
Stephen R. Reimer of the University of Alberta; Edmonton, Canada.

Medieval
English Towns

     This fascinating site provides historical information about cities and towns in England during the Middle Ages, especially in East Anglia. There is also an extensive list of links to other internet sites.

Medieval/Renaissance Food Homepage
     A comprehensive and fascinating collection of articles, recipes, references and links. Compiled by Greg Lindahl.

Medieval Science Pages
     As the editor, James McNelis, states: ‘This page is intended to provide a convenient and comprehensive set of links to all Internet resources worldwide which deal with aspects of medieval science, both in Western and other cultures.’ Topics covered include
Alchemy, Medicine, Physics and Weights and Measures.

Medieval
Technology Pages

     This most informative site is produced by Paul J. Gans of the Department of Chemistry at New York University. Subjects covered include
Agricultural Tools, Horse Shoes and Windmills.

Paris at the time of Philip-Augustus : the wall and the city

This informative description, with many illustrations of daily life in medieval Paris, was prepared by M.C. Milot. Le Paris de Philippe-Auguste – a fuller version in French is also available.

The History and Construction of Medieval
Timber-Framed Houses in England and Wales
This is an illustrated, nonacademic account
of the construction and history of these houses
with some material on the people who lived in them.

The Labyrinth – World Wide Web Server for Medieval Studies  
     This extensive listing is sponsored by Georgetown University and prepared by Martin Irvine and Deborah Everhart.

The Middle Ages
     A simple but useful guide to daily life in the Middle Ages. The sections include Religion, Feudal Life, Homes and Clothing. Produced by the Annenberg/CPB Multimedia Collection.

The Middle Ages, Chivalry & Knighthood  

     An impressive collection of links that is a part of ‘Teacher Oz’s Kingdom of History’.

Voice of the Shuttle – Web Page for Humanities Research
     A vast collection of general links by Alan Liu of the University of California, Santa Barbara.

WWW Medieval Resources
     Large collection of links, produced by Dan Mosser, of discussion lists, databases, medieval home pages and archive material.

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