Historians of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz edit medieval ledgers from Augsburg
Royal Manuscripts: The Genius of Illumination was the title of an exhibition hosted at the British Library in 2011. Now selected papers have been published
The Ring Fortresses along the Dutch Coast in Holland have recently been reinterpreted as likely Viking base-camps from the 9th century
The Castle at Vechta - Castrum Vechtense - is a medieval Open-Air Museum South of Bremen in Northern Germany
Geophysical surveys shed new light on the enigmatic Ring fortresses from the reign of Harold Bluetooth
The English Village is both a reality and a romantic dream. But what were the roots of these nucleated settlements? New book explores Shapwick to find answers
Denmark is famous for its four Viking Ring Fortresses. This spring a fifth was suddenly discovered in the eastern part of Zealand
Recently a series of deserted medieval villages in England were recognised as ancient monuments
CFP: Concilium Lateranense IV. Commemorating the Octocentenary of the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215
Philippe Buc is publishing a new book in 2015 on holy war, martyrdom and terror
The Angles and Saxons were according to differing political agendas either peaceful immigrants or barbaric warriors. But what were they really? New research brings us perhaps closer to an answer.
Hagiography was a popular form of literature used to promote local political interests in Carolingian Lombardy
From 200 BC to AD 1300 the landscape at The Etruscan Coast in Central Italy changed from forest to maquis and back again.
CFP: New Perspectives on Gerald of Wales: Texts and Contexts. Harvard University 10.04.2015 - 11.04.2015
The European Society for Environmental History promotes the study of environmental history in all academic disciplines - also among medievalists
CFP: Monasteries and the Environment – ESEH Conference in Versailles 30.06.2015 – 03.07.2015